Many local players wrapped up their 2013 season Sunday, while others continue on to the playoffs. Here's how each player did in Week 17 and throughout the regular season.

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Ezekiel Ansah, DE, Detroit Lions (BYU)

Ansah finished out his rookie season with a tackle in Detroit's 14-13 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. The former Cougar did not disappoint in his first season, tallying eight sacks, 32 tackles and two forced fumbles for the year.

Matt Asiata, RB, Minnesota Vikings (Utah/Snow College/Hunter HS)

Asiata finished out the season as the Vikings' featured running back due to injuries to both Adrian Peterson and Toby Gerhart. He finished with 14 rushes for 115 yards in his team's 14-13 win over the Detroit Lions. He finished the season with 166 yards and three touchdowns.

Zane Beadles, OL, Denver Broncos (Utah/Hillcrest HS)

Beadles started at left guard throughout the year for the prolific Bronco offense. The Broncos ended the regular season with a 34-14 win over the Oakland Raiders.

Jarrett Bush, DB, Green Bay Packers (Utah State)

Bush ended the season strong with two solo tackles and a defended pass in Green Bay's thrilling 33-28 win over the Chicago Bears. The former Aggie battled injuries during the early part of the season, but still managed 13 tackles, one interception and five defended passes on the year.

Austin Collie, WR, New England Patriots (BYU)

Collie was cut by the Patriots twice during the 2013 season. After being re-signed for the team's final stretch, New England released the former Cougar before the team's regular-season finale against the Buffalo Bills. Collie finished the year with six catches for 63 yards.

Will Davis, DB, Miami Dolphins (Utah State)

Davis was played sparingly throughout his rookie season and finished with eight tackles on the year. He did not record a stat in Miami's 20-7 loss to the New York Jets.

John Denney, DL, Miami Dolphins (BYU)

Denney handled long-snapping duties throughout the year for the Dolphins.

Loni Fangupo, DL, Pittsburgh Steelers (BYU)

Fangupo finished the year as the backup nose tackle for the Steelers and finished with just one tackle for the season.

Jordan Gross, OL, Carolina Panthers (Utah)

Gross started at left tackle throughout the year and played a big role in Carolina winning the NFC South Division.

Stanley Havili, RB, Indianapolis Colts (USC/Cottonwood HS)

Havili finished out the regular season with two receptions for 18 yards in his team's 30-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Havili was the team's starting fullback throughout the season and finished with seven rushes for 7 yards and 18 receptions for 128 yards and a touchdown.

Brett Keisel, DL, Pittsburgh Steelers (BYU/Snow College)

Keisel finished the season with three solo tackles and a sack in Pittsburgh's 20-7 win over the Cleveland Browns. The former Cougar battled injury throughout the year, but still managed 29 tackles and four sacks playing defensive end for the Steelers.

Paul Kruger, LB, Cleveland Browns (Utah/Timpanogos HS)

Kruger had seven tackles, five of them solo, in Cleveland's 20-7 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. On the year, the former Ute tallied 27 tackles, 4 1/2 sacks, two forced fumbles and five defended passes starting at outside linebacker.

Star Lotulelei, DL, Carolina Panthers (Utah/Snow College/Bingham HS)

Lotulelei finished the regular season with two tackles, one of them solo, and a sack in Carolina's 21-20 win over the Atlanta Falcons. The former Ute started at nose tackle throughout the season and finished the year with 42 tackles and three sacks.

Brice McCain, DB, Houston Texans (Utah)

McCain finished the year strong with an interception, two defended passes and five solo tackles in Houston's 16-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans. The former Ute played primarily as Houston's nickel back and finished the year with 32 tackles and seven defended passes.

Paul McQuistan, OL, Seattle Seahawks (Weber State)

McQuistan started at left guard in Seattle's 27-9 win over the St. Louis Rams. The former Wildcat played at left tackle for much of the year before moving inside to guard.

Koa Misi, LB, Miami Dolphins (Utah)

Misi had four tackles, three of them solo, and defended a pass in Miami's 20-7 loss to the New York Jets. The former Ute finished the year with 54 tackles, two sacks and three passes defended.

Haloti Ngata, DL, Baltimore Ravens (Oregon/Highland HS)

Ngata had seven tackles, five of them solo, in Baltimore's 34-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals to finish out the regular season. The former Duck finished the year with 52 tackles and 1 1/2 sacks.

Stephen Paea, DL, Chicago Bears (Oregon State/Snow College/Timpview HS)

Paea had a tackle in Chicago's 38-31 win over the Cleveland Browns.

Donald Penn, OL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Utah State)

Penn started at left tackle in Tampa Bay's 33-14 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

Dennis Pitta, TE, Baltimore Ravens (BYU)

Pitta had eight receptions for 63 yards in Baltimore's 34-17 loss the Cincinnati Bengals. The former Cougar missed most of the year due to a hip injury, but played the final three games — finishing with 20 receptions for 169 yards and a touchdown.

Caleb Schlauderaff, OL, New York Jets (Utah)

Schlauderaff the former Ute backed up the center position throughout the year and did so again in the Jets' 20-7 win over the Miami Dolphins.

Derrick Shelby, DE, Miami Dolphins (Utah)

Shelby did not record a stat in Miami's 20-7 loss to the New York Jets, but finished the year with 34 tackles, 2 1/2 sacks and two forced fumbles.

Sealver Siliga, DT, New England Patriots (Copper Hills HS/Utah)

Siliga led the Patriots with nine tackles, five of them solo, in a 34-20 win over the Buffalo Bills. The former Ute was signed midseason by the Patriots and finished the regular season with 23 tackles and three sacks.

Alex Smith, QB, Kansas City Chiefs (Utah)

Smith was held out of Kansas City's 27-24 overtime loss to the San Diego Chargers. The former Ute had a big year with 3,313 yards passing and 23 touchdowns against just seven interceptions. He also had 431 yards rushing.

Sean Smith, DB, Kansas City Chiefs (Utah)

Smith had one solo tackle in Kansas City's 27-24 overtime loss to the San Diego Chargers. The former Ute started all season at cornerback and finished with 47 tackles and two interceptions.

Steve Smith, WR, Carolina Panthers (Utah)

Smith sat out Carolina's 21-20 win over the Atlanta Falcons with a knee injury. He finished the year with 64 receptions for 745 yards and four touchdowns.

Paul Soliai, DL, Miami Dolphins (Utah)

Soliai had one tackle in Miami's 20-7 loss to the New York Jets. The former Ute battled injury, but still finished with 34 total tackles and a sack on the season.

Brad Sorensen, QB, San Diego Chargers (Southern Utah)

Sorensen was listed as the third-string quarterback in San Diego's 27-24 overtime win over the Kansas City Chiefs.

RJ Stanford, DB, Miami Dolphins (Utah)

Stanford did not play due to injury in Miami's 20-7 loss to the New York Jets. He finished the 2013 season with five tackles.

Robert Turbin, RB, Seattle Seahawks (Utah State)

Turbin had seven rushes for 13 yards in Seattle's 27-9 win over the St. Louis Rams. Turbin backed up Marshawn Lynch throughout the season and finished with 77 carries for 264 yards. He also had eight receptions for 60 yards.

Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks (Utah State)

Wagner led his team with 12 tackles, seven of them solo, in a 27-9 win over the St. Louis Rams. Wagner didn't play every game this season due to injury, but still managed to lead his team with 120 tackles while adding five sacks and two interceptions.

Eric Weddle, San Diego Chargers (Utah)

Weddle finished out a very strong 2013 season with 14 tackles, nine of them solo and two of them for a loss, in San Diego's 27-24 overtime win over the Kansas City Chiefs. The former Ute finished the regular season with 115 tackles, two interceptions and 10 defended passes. He was recently named as a Pro Bowl participant.