Seven UCLA alumni are on the rosters of teams in the NFL playoffs.
Safety Jarrad Page and wide receiver/special teams performer Matt Slater are playing for the New England Patriots, who compiled the best record (14-2) in the league.
Linebacker/special teams performer Brendon Ayanbadejo is playing with the Baltimore Ravens and running back Kahlil is on the active roster of the Chicago Bears.
Green Bay Packer linebackers Brandon Chillar and Spencer Havner are on injured reserve, as is New England Patriot safety Bret Lockett.
Here is how the Bruin alums did during the regular season:
Ayanbadejo played 10 games for the Ravens and made six tackles and forced one fumble.
Bell did not appear in a regular-season game in 2010 for the Bears after playing during the exhibition season.
Chillar finished the season on injured reserve. He appeared in eight games (one start) for the Packers and made 16 tackles prior to going on IR.
Havner finished the season on injured reserve. He appeared in six games with Detroit and Green Bay prior to going on IR and made nine tackles.
Lockett was on injured reserve for the Patriots all season.
Page appeared in 10 games (one start) for the Patriots. He made 12 tackles and two interceptions.
Slater appeared in 15 of 16 games this season for the Patriots. A special teams, standout, he made 16 tackles on kick coverage.