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Fan Friday 1-18

Posted by Chris Brown on January 19, 2013 – 5:11 pm

Hey Bills fans, sorry for the delay. We had a publishing failure for Fan Friday. Here is the latest edition of your questions straight from AskChris@bills.nfl.net and Twitter @ChrisBrownBills. Let’s get to them.

1 – Hi Chris,
Just wondering if you could address the Pro Bowl alternates rules and procedure. I know many players end up “making” the Pro Bowl as injured players bow out, but is there also a roster spot that the head coach gets to fill with whomever he chooses? (If so, wouldn’t you choose Byrd or Spiller with that? I would!)

Thanks,
Go Bills!
Greg Campbell

CB: To my knowledge alternates are selected based on who got the next most votes from players and coaches. So team coaches do not get to choose. For example, Calvin Johnson pulled out of the Pro Bowl and replacing him was 1st alternate Vincent Jackson. Jackson was next up because he got the next most votes.

FYI C.J. Spiller confirmed he’s a 1st alternate for the AFC on the John Murphy Show last week.
2 – Chris,

What are the early scouting reports saying about Tyler Wilson and E.J.Manuel? I think the Bills need an accurate quarterback above all else and these two might fit that mold. They may not have the biggest ceilings, but I like what I saw from them this season. Can they fit in any scheme?

Thanks,
Josh

CB: I think it’s safe to say that Wilson has the arm strength to fit in any scheme, and he has shown the ability to make good decisions on the fly in terms of manipulating the pocket to buy time, throwing a receiver open, etc. But only the guys that scout these QBs for a living know for sure.

With respect to Manuel there is no debating his physical tools, but his decision making is what pops up as a criticism among NFL scouts. Against the better defenses he faced Manuel struggled with his decision making.

Fortunately for Manuel he’ll be able to go against some of the best college competition next week at the Senior Bowl along with Wilson and you can draw your own conclusions.

3 – Chris, 

Thanks for all the latest info, I look forward to fan Friday every week.  My question has to do with our upcoming pick in the NFL draft. 

Have you had any indication that we are seriously considering Mike Glennon with the first round pick?  This guy is the real deal!  I might be jumping the gun a bit, but this guy looks like he has Tom Brady/Aaron Rodgers type potential.  Most draft scouts have him rated as a 2-3 round pick… But I really doubt any die hard bills fan will regret “reaching” and taking a chance on a potential franchise QB.  The time is now!

He doesn’t have Geno Smith type stats; however, he rarely got to experience much time in the pocket and when he did, the receivers would drop a large amount of catchable passes.  Even when they were perfect throws.

I’m hoping the Bills have been scouting this guy since last year and that is one of the reasons buddy was so comfortable taking TJ Graham so high in last year’s draft.

I’ve heard all the buddy nix interviews and he has expressed interest in getting a QB if he is there… I want to know what you think they will do? As you can tell, I’m pumped about this offseason.  Unfortunately, the offseason has been the best part of being a Bills fan for a long time.

Thanks again and keep up the great work.

Bills fan in Dallas TX,
-Bill O

CB: First of all if you think that Buddy Nix or any member of his personnel staff reveals their true leanings with respect to prospects in the draft you’re crazy. It’s full lockdown mode with the personnel department this time of year and you can understand why.

Glennon is highly touted in what is considered a down year for quarterbacks. He’s got a great arm and yes you’re right his offensive line was not great. Mobility is an issue, but he’s got experience in a pro system. Buddy Nix at the end of the season on his radio show didn’t deny he was a guy they’ve looked at.

Truthfully though they’ve looked at all the quarterback prospects that are worth their salt. So read into it what you want. The bottom line is Nix has said they’d like to draft a future franchise QB. The question is will the draft fall or the Bills make a move to ensure that happens?

4 –  Hey Chris,

I know it’s early I’m looking at the top end of the draft I’m not liking the quarterbacks or the idea of drafting another defensive lineman, would they draft another tackle and maybe put Cordy Glenn on the right side or is there a wide receiver worth taking?

I’m assuming Jarvis Jones won’t be around at 8 do you think Manti Te’o would be a good fit with the Bills? I know free agency will influence what direction they go in the draft, Buddy mentioned possibly a quarterback in free agency I looked at the list and unless Mike Vick is added to it I’m not convinced there is anybody available that is any better than Fitzpatrick I’m kind of hoping they either trade for someone or stay the course, what do you think of the quarterback situation and the top of the draft? Thanks for all you do!

Alexander Albanese
Toronto

CB: There have been a couple of wide receivers that are viewed as first round picks, but not true top 10 selections. I don’t see Buddy Nix as the type that would take a receiver that high.

Tennesee’s Cordarelle Patterson is an intriguing physical specimen, but there’s not much of a college track record there with just one year of FBS competition. I’d much prefer a guy with more of a resume of production like Baylor’s Terrance Williams or Cal’s Keenan Allen. All three though should come off the board in round one or early second round.

You’re probably right on Jarvis Jones. Most see him as a top 5, but his spinal stenosis might concern some and he could slip.

Te’o is a LB that has been projected to the Bills in mock drafts (see: Mel Kiper), but I want to see how he tests at the Combine in the drills. The whole Notre Dame defense played poorly in the National Championship game, but I’d imagine that Te’o’s performance might necessitate a good showing at the Combine to re-assure scouts. Still, he’s widely seen as a mid-first rounder at worst.

I think Alex Smith will be there in light of his contract situation, knowing his $7.5M salary is guaranteed if he’s still on the 49ers roster April 1st. I don’t know at this time whether the Bills see him as a viable option, mainly because they can’t comment on players still under contract with other clubs.

Nix has said they would like to draft one and get one in free agency, so there’s a good chance they add more than one.

The draft prospects aren’t top flight, elite talents like the ones that were in the draft pool last season, arguably the best QB draft since 1983. But guys like Geno Smith, Mike Glennon and Ryan Nassib could sneak into the first round knowing the premium placed on the position, provided a team needing a QB (KC, AZ, Buf) decides to make the move back into the first.

5 – Hi Chris, just wondering what you thought of the Buffalo Bills decision to hire Doug Marrone as their new head coach. Based on his record (25-25) at Syracuse, it seems to me that he may not do well in the pros. I saw that he does have some NFL coaching experience, but mainly as an offensive coordinator. What are your thoughts? I’m worried about him bringing his coaching staff from Syracuse as well. Now, if his understudies have little pro coaching experience, this could be a painful rebuilding process, one that may take years. I believe the Buffalo Bills do have talent right now, but will Marrone be able to coax wins out of this squad? Your thoughts,

Tony, Ormond Beach, Fl

CB: I think if you used Marrone’s record at Syracuse as a barometer to measure his future success in the NFL you’re making a big mistake. Syracuse was a wayward program when Marrone took over. They won just 10 games in the previous four years before Marrone took over. He won 12 in his first two seasons including an 8-5 campaign in 2010.

Marrone made very solid choices for his coordinators. Hopefully you saw our story on the website about their expertise. His understudies from Syracuse largely include assistants that have either coached or played in the NFL.

I think Marrone will quickly establish a rapport with the players and get more out of the talent that exists on this roster. There won’t be any rebuilding. This is a regrouping effort, and Marrone I think could prove to be one of the better hires for head coach for this franchise in quite some time.


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I-R won’t keep Leodis out of Pro Bowl

Posted by Chris Brown on December 21, 2012 – 8:08 am

If Leodis McKelvin earns the nod from players and coaches to represent the AFC as their designated returner, his current injured reserve status would not keep him from being named to the team or from participating.

According to the NFL league office, McKelvin being placed on injured reserve does not rule him out for the Pro Bowl. If he is voted in he would have to pass a physical prior to the week of Pro Bowl to participate.

Now with the news that McKelvin is likely to have groin surgery, participating may not happen. McKelvin leads the NFL in punt return average with a mark of 18.7 and has two returns for touchdowns. He’s also among the league leaders in kick return average.

For those wondering why Fred Jackson wasn’t afforded this discretion last year, McKelvin was placed on injured reserve after the player/coach ballots were finalized. Jackson’s moved to injured reserve happened a month before that happened last year.

The Pro Bowl rosters are scheduled to be announced on Dec. 26th on NFL Network at 7 pm.


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Pro Bowl voting update

Posted by Chris Brown on December 12, 2012 – 3:06 pm

A handful of Bills are still among the top five at their respective positions in fan Pro Bowl voting. Here’s where they rank.

Jairus Byrd is 2nd among AFC Free Safeties

Kyle Williams is 3rd among AFC Defensive Tackles

C.J. Spiller is 4th among AFC Running Backs and newewst to crack the top five at his position.

Leodis McKelvin is 4th among AFC Kick Returners     

Voting for the Pro Bowl only goes until Dec. 17th, so cast your ballots now.


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Bills Pro Bowl fan voting update

Posted by Chris Brown on November 28, 2012 – 12:55 pm

There are a few Bills players that are in the top 5 at their respective position in fan voting for the Pro Bowl. Shockingly, C.J. Spiller is not among them. Here’s the latest update.

At kick returner Leodis McKelvin sits third in the voting behind Cleveland’s Josh Cribbs and Baltimore’s Jacoby Jones for the AFC spot.

Position Conference Team Name Number of Votes
Kick Returners AFC Baltimore Ravens Jones, Jacoby 80278
Kick Returners AFC Cleveland Browns Cribbs, Joshua 63567
Kick Returners AFC Buffalo Bills McKelvin, Leodis 43535

Jairus Byrd stands second at free safety behind Baltimore veteran Ed Reed.

Position Conference Team Name Number of Votes
Free Safety AFC Baltimore Ravens Reed, Ed 84017
Free Safety AFC Buffalo Bills Byrd, Jairus 71695

Kyle Williams is still third in the DT voting behind Baltimore’s Haloti Ngata and Cincinnati’s Geno Atkins.

Position Conference Team Name Number of Votes
Defensive Tackles AFC Baltimore Ravens Ngata, Haloti 219581
Defensive Tackles AFC Cincinnati Bengals Atkins, Geno 196813
Defensive Tackles AFC Buffalo Bills Williams, Kyle 132099

2013 Pro Bowl voting will continue online and on web-enabled mobile phones through Dec. 17 by going to Buffalobills.com to fill out a ballot.

The teams will be announced at 7:00 pm (ET) Wednesday, December 26 on NFL Network’s “Total Access”.

The AFC and NFC All-Star squads are based on the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts one-third toward determining the 43-man rosters that represent the American Football Conference and National Football Conference in the Pro Bowl. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on December 20-21.


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Byrd, Kyle, Leodis in AFC Pro Bowl hunt

Posted by Chris Brown on November 14, 2012 – 4:58 pm

Three Bills players are in the hunt for an AFC Pro Bowl nod as they’re all among the top three vote getters at their respective positions.

Jairus Byrd is second among free safeties, just 8,000 votes behind Baltimore’s Ed Reed.

Kyle Williams is third among defensive tackles behind Cincinnati’s Geno Atkins and Baltimore’s Haloti Ngata.

Leodis McKelvin is third among kick returners behind Cleveland’s Josh Cribbs and Baltimore’s Jacoby Jones.

Vote for your Bills as much as possible right here to move them into the top two vote getters at their position to help land them in Hawaii this winter.


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Pro Bowl could be scrapped

Posted by Chris Brown on February 5, 2012 – 12:27 pm

It’s not dead yet, but after the half-hearted display in last week’s Pro Bowl, the league’s all-star game could end of being scrapped altogether.

That according to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell himself in an interview with Mike and Mike in the Morning on ESPN Radio. Goodell said he has broached the subject with NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith.


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Whitner feels George “got robbed”

Posted by Chris Brown on December 28, 2011 – 1:02 pm

Pro Bowl snubs are a popular topic this time of year and there are cases to be made for more than just a handful of players on Buffalo’s roster. But the opinion of an NFL player that plays the same position feeling a Bills player got robbed for Pro Bowl recognition carries a bit more weight.

Former Bills safety Donte Whitner felt that George Wilson was snubbed for AFC Pro Bowl honors at the strong safety position.

DonteWhitner I also wanna say that I feel for my brothers in Buffalo..I kno they have the heart and resolve to have a great season next yr..GW got robbed

 
Whitner, who routinely watches tape from around the league and not just that of his own team has an opinion that is far from unfounded. Leading the team in interceptions (4) and total takeaways (5) while also standing third on the team in tackles (94) Wilson has been a stalwart on the defensive side of the ball for the Bills.

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Byrd, Levitre make PFF Pro Bowl

Posted by Chris Brown on December 28, 2011 – 10:40 am

The Bills did not have any players selected to represent the AFC in this year’s Pro Bowl, but two players on Buffalo’s roster were recognized by the film reviewers and stat junkies at Pro Football Focus on their Pro Bowl roster.

Here’s what they wrote about Levitre and Byrd respectively.

Guards
LG – Andy Levitre (BUF), RG – Marshal Yanda (BAL), and Brian Waters (NE)

Don’t you just love a guy that gets a new contract and then ups his play? That’s exactly what Marshal Yanda did and none of us could be happier because we’ve been championing his cause now for four years. Levitre was playing brilliantly before he was called on to start at left tackle and then center. He held his own at those positions and that in itself deserves consideration. Waters was let go by KC when they determined his run-blocking no longer matched his superior pass pro skills but there’s nothing like a trip north east to sort that out. He’s still not the best run blocker around, but he’s good enough and he makes Tom Brady’s life in the pocket a much easier proposition.

Safeties
FS – Eric Weddle (SD), SS – Troy Polamalu (PIT), and Jarius Byrd (BUF)
Weddle was unanimous as he made those who questioned his contract eat their words. Polamalu is a frustrating player, because you have no idea what he’ll do; randomly take off to undercut something leaving his guy open for a big gain one play, then make a one handed diving interception the next. We’ve all seen the best, and worst, of him this year – many of us in the same game. In the end though he was a better choice than anyone else.

Byrd’s a little bit like Ngata in that, now all the hype is dying down, he’s turning into a better player than he was when he was making tons of interceptions on badly overthrown passes and little else.

Fred Jackson was also mentioned in their Pro Bowl listings, saying that he would’ve been the starter at halfback were it not for his season-ending leg injury.


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Bills hang close in Pro Bowl votes

Posted by Chris Brown on December 14, 2011 – 2:41 pm

A handful of Buffalo Bills are hanging close in the fan voting portion of Pro Bowl balloting. Here’s where some of Buffalo’s players stand entering the last five days of voting.

George Wilson stands 2nd among AFC strong safeties.

Nick Barnett is 3rd among AFC ILBs

Ryan Fitzpatrick ranks 4th among AFC QBs

And Jairus Byrd has cracked the top 5 at free safety standing 5th among AFC free safeties.

Voting goes through Dec. 19th so there’s still time for you to cast your ballot.


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3 Bills high in Pro Bowl voting

Posted by Chris Brown on December 1, 2011 – 10:58 am

We’re in the home stretch for fan ballots to be cast for the Pro Bowl and three Bills are still among the leaders at their respective positions.

Ryan Fitzpatrick ranks third among AFC quarterbacks with almost 343 thousand votes, trailing only Ben Roethlisberger and Tom Brady.

George Wilson is second among strong safeties in the AFC with close to 120 thousand votes behind just Troy Polamalu.

And Nick Barnett is third among AFC inside linebackers, but Houston’s Brian Cushing is hot on his heels in fan voting, so be sure to get your votes in. Fans can cast as many ballots as they like right at Buffalobills.com.

As a side note, Fred Jackson, who was among the top 10 vote getters as of three weeks ago, had a vote total that would still place him among the top 5 at the RB position for the AFC even though he’s been removed from the ballot since going on I-R.


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Pro Bowl talk for Fitz, Levitre

Posted by Chris Brown on November 30, 2011 – 4:02 pm

The stat crunchers and film reviewers at Pro Football Focus have put together their cheat sheet for who is the most likely to go to the Pro Bowl this year for the AFC and NFC, and two Bills players are firmly in the running at their positions.

Ryan Fitzpatrick and Andy Levitre are listed at quarterback and guard respectively. They’re particularly high on Levitre writing the following about him.

Guards: Andy Levitre, LG (BUF), Marshall Yanda RG, (BAL) & Brian Waters, RG (NE)

Levitre may not still be at the top of our guard rankings but I’m calling foul. Up until last week, when he returned to his normal position, he’d started three games at tackle and another at center. I’m not saying he was great at either but he was better than a lot of the usual starting players across the league in those positions. Join me in ensuring he at least gets his reward of a Pro Bowl berth.

Be sure to vote for Fitz and Levitre on your Pro Bowl ballots.


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Fred not eligible for Pro Bowl

Posted by Chris Brown on November 29, 2011 – 1:50 pm

As recently as two weeks ago Fred Jackson was among the leading vote getters for the Pro Bowl, but now that he’s been placed on I-R the Pro Bowl is off the table.

Buffalobills.com confirmed with the league office that I-R’d players are not eligible to participate in the Pro Bowl that same year.

Fred Jackson’s name has since been removed from the fan ballot at NFL.com, and presumably will not appear on the coaches or players ballots when they vote in mid-December.

Jackson likely would’ve been completely recovered from his broken fibula in time to play in the annual all-star game if selected.


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George gets Pro Bowl traction

Posted by Chris Brown on November 4, 2011 – 8:39 am

It looks like Buffalo’s success is getting some of their players some traction for Pro Bowl consideration. George Wilson is the latest example.

CBSSports.com’s Pete Prisco, who was at the Bills-Redskins game in Toronto last week, was all the more impressed with Buffalo’s strong safety after seeing him in person. Here’s what he wrote about Wilson.

I have been praising Bills safety George Wilson all season. He always shows up. Watching him live against the Redskins, I appreciate him even more. He is a good football player. He has a nose for the ball. A former receiver, he also tackles better than you would think for a guy who made a position move. If Wilson isn’t in the Pro Bowl this year, it might be a crime.


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Chan: Need wins for Pro Bowl

Posted by Chris Brown on December 29, 2010 – 1:07 pm

Bills head coach Chan Gailey thought there might have been some deserving candidates on his roster for Pro Bowl recognition, but he believes being on a successful team play a big role.

“There are a couple of guys that have played maybe well enough to have made it, but in general you have to win more games,” Gailey said. “That’s the bottom line, and you have to get on the Sunday night or Monday night or Thursday, something that gives you a little more national exposure. Those are the kind of things that help you make that.”


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Injury replacement the hope

Posted by Chris Brown on December 29, 2010 – 8:14 am

With Stevie Johnson and Kyle Williams not getting Pro Bowl recognition this year despite outstanding seasons, they can only hope that they’re selected to be injury replacements.

Johnson might have a better chance. Houston’s Andre Johnson, who was selected, has battled injuries all season and may choose to skip participating in the Pro Bowl. That could open the door for Buffalo’s top wideout, who is likely an alternate.

For Williams it could prove more difficult, although Haloti Ngata and Vince Wilfork are both playing for playoff bound teams and will still have games to play.

The Bills and three other NFL clubs were not represented with a Pro Bowl player, Cincinnati, Seattle and Tampa Bay.


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Bills making Pro Bowl votes

Posted by Chris Brown on December 20, 2010 – 10:28 am

This afternoon the Bills will be casting their votes for who they feel is worthy of Pro Bowl recognition in the AFC.

Defensive players vote for offensive players and offensive players vote for defensive players. Special teamers vote for special teamers. Players cannot vote for teammates.

The NFL will announce the Pro Bowl rosters on Dec. 28th. Here’s AFC Pro Bowl picks by the number crunchers and film reviewers at ProFootballFocus.

Kyle Williams is the only Bills player that they choose.


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Kyle back up to #2

Posted by Chris Brown on December 3, 2010 – 10:36 am

Kyle Williams’ lights out game against Pittsburgh last Sunday has vaulted him back into the number two spot for ProFootballFocus Defensive Player of the Year.

Reviewers of game tape, ProFootballFocus gave Kyle Williams the highest grade ever for a defensive tackle following his 10 tackle, 2 sack, 3 tackle for loss, 3 quarterback hit performance in the overtime loss to the Steelers. He also drew four holding penalties in the game from Chris Kemoeatu. Williams trails only Philadelphia DE Trent Cole in their race for Defensive Player of the Year. 

Williams is expected to get a nod for the Pro Bowl as an AFC DT later this month. Be sure to vote for Williams when you get a chance.


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Kyle gets some Pro Bowl love

Posted by Chris Brown on October 29, 2010 – 1:09 pm

Bills DT Kyle Williams is getting some Pro Bowl recognition from the guys over at ProFootballFocus.com.

The game tape and stat crunching site lists Williams as one of their three candidates to represent the AFC at DT. Here’s their write up.

Defensive Tackles

Jason Jones (Ten)*, Haloti Ngata (Bal)* & Kyle Williams (Buf)

Jones has always had the ability to get to the quarterback but now he’s playing the run as well as anyone. Ngata has suffered from overhype because he has the ability to do things others can’t. Now he’s really performing (although he has spent no an inconsiderable amount of time at DE). How Williams can play as well as he does with the wreckage around him in Buffalo is a question for the ages.

While it’s disappointing that the site has to take a pot shot at the rest of the defense to prop up Kyle, the listing is still well deserved. So be sure to vote for Kyle. The only other Bills player to get consideration was FB Corey McIntyre as an honorable mention.


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Byrd Pro Bowl photo up

Posted by Chris Brown on May 28, 2010 – 3:45 pm

Jairus Byrd made the Pro Bowl as a rookie last season. Now his photo has joined the other distinguished Bills that have earned Pro Bowl nods as well.

In the Bills Fieldhouse every player that has ever made the Pro Bowl or been honored with the Ralph C. Wilson Distinguished Service Award has their photo adorned on the walls inside the Fieldhouse.

Byrd’s photo went up earlier this week. (See below and please pardon the glare from the plastic covering the image)

When I asked Byrd about it he was his typical humble self.

“It’s cool,” he said. “I appreciate it, but I have to focus on this year not last year.”


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Schobel still not going to Pro Bowl

Posted by Chris Brown on January 25, 2010 – 10:24 am

Even though a total of 14 more players, including seven for the AFC are being added to the Pro Bowl rosters, to replace the Colts and Saints players that are exempt because they’ll be playing in the Super Bowl, Aaron Schobel is still not going as a defensive end.

Both of Indianapolis’ defensive ends, Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney made the Pro Bowl, but cannot participate since they’ll be playing in the Super Bowl the following week. Aaron Schobel, however, was apparently not voted as an alternate as going in place of the two Colts’ pass rushers are the Jets Shaun Ellis and Tennessee’s Kyle Vanden Bosch.

What hurt Schobel’s chances was the fact that he had his three sack game against the Falcons in Week 16 that got him to 10 for the season, happened after the voting by coaches and players had already been completed. Kyle Williams was a third alternate for the AFC, but there were no defensive tackles that had to be replaced. The situation was the same for Brian Moorman a first alternate as there was no need to replace Oakland punter Shane Lechler.

Here’s the list of alternate Pro Bowl players filling in for Super Bowl participants. Congratulations to former Bills LB London Fletcher, who will be appearing in his first Pro Bowl.

Added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster are:

QB David Garrard, Jacksonville (replacing Peyton Manning)
WR Vincent Jackson, San Diego (replacing Reggie Wayne)
TE Heath Miller, Pittsburgh (replacing Dallas Clark)
C Kevin Mawae, Tennessee (replaces Jeff Saturday)
DE Kyle Vanden Bosch, Tennessee (replacing Dwight Freeney)
DE Shaun Ellis, N.Y. Jets (replacing Robert Mathis)
S Yeremiah Bell, Miami (replacing Antoine Bethea)

Added to the NFC Pro Bowl roster are:

QB Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia (replacing Drew Brees)
OT David Diehl, N.Y. Giants (replacing Jon Stinchcomb)
OG Chris Snee, N.Y. Giants (replacing Jahri Evans)
C Ryan Kalil, Carolina (replacing Jonathan Goodwin)
LB London Fletcher, Washington (replacing Jonathan Vilma)
FS Antrel Rolle, Arizona (replacing Darren Sharper)
SS Quintin Mikell, Philadelphia (replacing Roman Harper)


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