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Former Bills linebacker Paul Posluszny going to playoffs for first time in his career

Paul Posluszny was drafted by the Bills in the second round in 2007 and signed as a free agent with Jacksonville before the 2011 season.

After a decade in the NFL, the linebacker is playing on a team with a winning record for the first time and will make his career playoff debut after the Jaguars clinched a playoff spot Sunday with a 45-7 victory against Houston.

If he plays the remaining two regular season games, he will have played 144 games before playing in his first postseason game.

“You felt like at the beginning of the year, we had a special group,” Posluszny said, according to Jacksonville.com. “We knew if we followed Coach [Doug] Marrone’s formula, we would have a chance. Just the fact we know we’re in the playoffs is an awesome feeling.”

Depending on how the remainder of the season plays out, his playoff debut could come against both his and Marrone's former team.

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