â€¢In 14 postseason games, Mason has 44 receptions and two TDs.
â€¢Mason saw action in his 1st-career playoff appearance primarily as a kickoff and punt returner, helping the Tennessee Titans to the 1999 AFC Championship and a berth in Super Bowl XXXIV.
â€¢Pryce was part of the Super Bowl XXXII and XXXIII champion Denver Broncos teams his first two years in the NFL.
â€¢In five playoff games as a Raven, Pryce has 11 total tackles (eight solo) and one sack. In the 11 other postseason games he had 19 tackles.
â€¢ Lewis made 11 tackles (six solo) and had four PD en route to Super Bowl XXXV MVP honors when the Ravens topped the New York Giants, 34-7.
â€¢ Facing Tennessee in the Divisional round that season, Lewis recorded his sole postseason TD, taking a Steve McNair INT 50 yards for the score in the Ravens' 24-10 victory.
â€¢ He had his highest postseason tackle total with 23 stops (13 solo) in the Ravens' Divisional loss to the Colts on 1/13/07. Lewis also notched four PD in that contest.
â€¢ Last week at New England, Lewis posted a team-high, 13 tackles in his first-career postseason sack and two QB hits.
â€¢ In his 12 total postseason games, Lewis has 144 tackles and two INTs.
â€¢ Reed has six INTs in six postseason games, including one last week in the win at New England. Last season in the Wild Card win at Miami, he returned one of his two thefts in the game for a 64-yard TD.
â€¢ Suggs has played in six career playoff games, including last year's AFC Championship at Pittsburgh, where he had two sacks.
â€¢ Last week in the win at New England, Suggs totaled three tackles and a sack in which he forced a fumble and recovered the ball.