Notre Dame in NFL: How to watch former Irish players on TV in week 17

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Five former Notre Dame players will appear in nationally televised games in Week 17 of the NFL season.

Harrison Smith and the Minnesota Vikings visit Equanimeous St. Brown and the Green Bay Packers for an NFC North clash on Sunday Night Football. Chase Claypool and the Pittsburgh Steelers host Sheldon Day and Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah of the Cleveland Browns in a clash with AFC North on Monday night.

Sunday night: Minnesota to Green Bay (NBC)

MINN: Harrison Smith

GB: St. Brown equanimous

Monday evening: Cleveland to Pittsburgh (ESPN)

KEY: Sheldon Day, Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

PITT: Chase Claypool

Here’s a look at former Notre Dame players on this week’s active playlists and cards released courtesy of 506Sports.com.

FOX

VIOLET = Philadelphia to Washington

RED = LA Rams in Baltimore

LAR: Ben Skowronek

BAL: Miles Boykin, Daelin Hayes

TAN = Tampa Bay to NY Jets

CT: Robert Hainsey

GREEN = Las Vegas to Indianapolis

LV: Nick Martin

IND: Quenton Nelson, Isaac Rochell

YELLOW = Atlanta to Buffalo

ATL: Adetokunbo Ogundeji

Late fox

GREEN = Caroline in New Orleans

CAR: JJ Jansen, Tommy Tremble

NOLA: Ian Book, Tony Jones, Jr.

VIOLET = Detroit to Seattle

DET: Scott Daly, Jalen Elliott, Tommy Kraemer, Julian Okwara

RED = Arizona in Dallas

DAL: Zack Martin

SCS

YELLOW = Miami, Tennessee

MIA: Liam Eichenberg, Durham Smythe

TENN: Matthias Farley

ORANGE = Jacksonville in New England

JAX: Jamir Jones

RED = Kansas City to Cincinnati

CIN: Khalid Kareem

BLUE = NY Giants in Chicago

NYG: Kyle Rudolph, Jaylon Smith

CHI: Alex Bars, Cole Kmet, Sam Mustipher

LIGHT BLUE = Houston to San Francisco (FIN)

SF: Aaron Banks

GREEN = Denver to LA Chargers (LATE)

BAC: Jerry Tillery, Drue Tranquill

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Brandon is a contributor for On Tap Sports Net covering the Chicago Blackhawks, Rockford IceHogs and Chicago Steel. He also covers the Blackhawks as an independent correspondent for NHL.com. Follow Brandon on Twitter @brandonmcain.


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