CLEVELAND — It's playoff time for the NFL, and although the Browns didn't make it, Cleveland will still be represented.
Here are the teams with local athletes representing Northeast Ohio in the Playoffs.
New Orleans Saints (3)
Wide receiver Ted Ginn is from Cleveland. Ginn played football at Glenville High school.
Defensive back Marshon Lattimore is from Cleveland. Lattimore played football at Glenville.
Wide receiver and special teams player Justin Hardee is from Cleveland. Hardee also played at Glenville.
If you went to Glenville, you're a Saints fan this year.
Philadelphia Eagles (2)
Offensive lineman Jason Kelce is from Cleveland Heights. Kelce played football at Cleveland Heights High School.
Wide Receiver Shelton Gibson is from Cleveland Heights. Gibson also played football at Cleveland Heights.
We see a pattern.
Kansas City Chiefs (2)
Tight end Travis Kelce is from Cleveland Heights. Kelce played football at Cleveland Heights High.
Linebacker Anthony Hitchens is from Lorain. Hitchens played football at Clearview High School.
New England Patriots (1)
Quarterback Brian Hoyer is from North Olmsted. Hoyer played football at St. Ignatius.
Houston Texans (1)
Defensive end Whitney Mercilus is from Akron. Mercilus played football at Garfield High School.
Indianapolis Colts (1)
Linebacker Najee Goode is from Cleveland. Goode played football at Benedictine.
Seattle Seahawks (1)
Defensive end Frank Clark is from Cleveland. Clark played football at Glenville.
Dallas Cowboys (1)
Guard Adam Redmond is from Strongsville. Clark played football at Walsh Jesuit High School.
Chicago Bears (1)
Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is from Mentor. Trubisky played football at Mentor High School.