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Jim Mone, AP
Minnesota Vikings running back Matt Asiata is shown during the Vikings' NFL football mini-camp, Thursday, June 20, 2013 in Eden Prairie, Minn.

The numbers don't lie: When it comes to putting players in the NFL, the Utes are doubling up on the Cougars and Aggies.

Heading into league training camps that started near the end of July, the University of Utah had more players on NFL rosters than BYU and Utah State combined.

Thirty former Utah players headed to NFL training camps, while BYU had 14 and Utah State 12.

Each of these players is in a different stage of his NFL career. Some are established veterans, while others are fighting for the right to take a position on an NFL field on Sundays.

Who are these players and how are they faring in the league? Take a look.

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