The NFL has announced the Pro Bowl rosters Tuesday Night. Three members of the Denver Broncos defense have been selected while six others are listed as alternatives.
The Denver Broncos have had an up and down season, but the NFL and fans have rewarded quite a few of the players for their accomplishments in the season.
The NFL announced the Pro Bowl rosters on Tuesday. It appears that the Denver Broncos will be representing the AFC side of it well.
Aqib Talib, Chris Harris Jr., and Von Miller were named to the Pro Bowl roster. Six other players made the alternative list.
Those players are Matt Paradis, Emmanuel Sanders, Darian Stewart, Demaryius Thomas, T.J. Ward, and Derek Wolfe.
This is quite the list for the Denver Broncos. For the players that made the Pro Bowl, it comes as no surprise as all three men are near the top in the NFL at their positions this season.
Honestly, the biggest surprise was seeing Matt Paradis on the alternative list. Paradis ranks as the best center in the NFL, according to Pro Football Focus.
It is a shame Matt Paradis was looked over. The AFC centers on the roster are Rodney Hudson of the Oakland Raiders and Maurkice Pouncey of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Either way, this is a great accomplishment for the Broncos. For how much of a roller coaster ride this season this has been, it is great to see some Broncos players getting some recognition.
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Orlando, Florida will be the site of this year’s game. The game takes place one week before Super Bowl 51 on January 29th.
There are quite a slate of events that will happen during the annual NFL All Star game.
Congratulations to all of the Denver Broncos players named to the roster. A well deserved honor. Go Broncos!