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Gators in NFL: A list

Special to Gatorsports.com

More than 350 players from Southeastern Conference schools were listed on the initial 53-man NFL rosters to begin the 2020 season. 

Seven SEC schools were represented with at least 25 former players on active rosters, including Alabama with a league-high 57 and 39 from Florida, addition to the 53-man active rosters, more than 100 former SEC players are listed on reserve lists or practice squads for NFL teams.

Earlier this year, the SEC led all conferences in NFL draft picks for the 14th consecutive year with a total of 63 selections, which was the second most in SEC history. Twenty of the first 50 picks of the NFL draft were SEC players.

The NFL season is set to begin this week with a full slate of 16 games, starting with Thursday's game between the Chiefs and Texans.

Gators on active NFL Rosters

Alex Anzalone, New Orleans Saints

Jon Bostic, Washington Football Team 

Trent Brown, Las Vegas Raiders 

Taven Bryan, Jacksonville Jaguars 

Trey Burton, Indianapolis Colts 

Tyrie Cleveland, Denver Broncos

Jarrad Davis, Detroit Lions 

Duke Dawson Jr., Denver Broncos 

Quinton Dunbar, Seattle Seahawks 

Carlos Dunlap, Cincinnati Bengals

Dante Fowler Jr., Atlanta Falcons 

Max Garcia, Arizona Cardinals

C.J. Gardner-Johnson, New Orleans Saints 

Chaz Green, Indianapolis Colts 

Jonathan Greenard, Houston Texans

Joe Haden, Pittsburgh Steelers 

Vernon Hargreaves III, Houston Texans 

Marcell Harris, San Francisco 49ers 

CJ Henderson, Jacksonville Jaguars 

D.J. Humphries, Arizona Cardinals

Van Jefferson, Los Angeles Rams 

Fred Johnson, Cincinnati Bengals 

Marcus Maye, New York Jets

Keanu Neal, Atlanta Falcons 

La'Mical Perine, New York Jets 

Eddy Piñeiro, Chicago Bears 

Jachai Polite, Los Angeles Rams

Brian Poole, New York Jets 

Mike Pouncey, Los Angeles Chargers

Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers 

Brandon Powell, Atlanta Falcons 

Jordan Reed, San Francisco 49ers 

Demarcus Robinson, Kansas City Chiefs

David Sharpe, Washington Football Team

Freddie Swain, Seattle Seahawks 

Jawaan Taylor, Jacksonville Jaguars

Tommy Townsend, Kansas City Chiefs 

Quincy Wilson, New York Jets 

Jabari Zuniga, New York Jets

Practice squad

Jonathan Bullard, Arizona

Bryan Cox Jr., Buffalo

Josh Hammond, Jacksonville

Antonio Callaway, Miami

Note: Jacksonville linebacker Lerentee McCray, Arizona lineman Marcus Gilbert and Washington defensive lineman Caleb Brantley opted out of the season because of COVID-19,