How Michigan players fared in the NFL 

February, 7, 2012
Michigan had four Super Bowl winners -- players Mario Manningham and David Baas along with coaches Jim Hermann and Jerald Ingram -- but many more former Wolverines were trying to reach the pinnacle of football.

In all, 29 former Michigan players finished the season on NFL rosters this season -- which is why Braylon Edwards won't appear on the list below. While not as many had the success of the four Wolverines on the Giants, here’s a rundown of how every former Michigan player fared in the league this season.

In alphabetical order (by first name) *stats are regular season only:

  • Adrian Arrington, WR, New Orleans Saints: Arrington played in four games this season, making two catches for 31 yards.
  • Alan Branch, DL, Seattle Seahawks: Branch started 15 games in his first season with the Seahawks after four seasons in Arizona. He had 34 tackles and three sacks.
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