Trey Flowers had a tackle and a sack in the Patriots’ victory over the Chargers to advanced them to the conference round against the Chiefs in Kansas City. Flowers and teammate Deatrich Wise Jr. are the only two former Razorbacks left in the NFL playoffs.
Hunter Henry was active for the Chargers in their divisional round playoff game against the Patriots. Although Henry did not have any receptions in the loss, he should be well on his way to being 100% for the beginning of next season.
Jason Peters also saw his season come to an end as the Eagles were defeated by the Saints in a close game in New Orleans.
Bobby Portis put up 16 points, 4 rebounds, 1 assist, and 2 steals over 17 minutes in a loss to Golden State. He was 7-8 from the free throw line where he is now shooting just over 70% for the season.
Being utilized mostly off the bench, Patrick Beverley has not been scoring much lately as he was earlier in the season. However, he did have an 11 rebound and 7 assist game with 3 blocked shots and 3 points against New Orleans.
Daryl Macon was signed to the Mavericks’ roster this week in response to a season ending injury at the point guard position. Through 26 games in the G-League, Macon has averaged 19.5 points, 6.7 assists, and 3.2 rebounds per game.