It is unknown which current members of the Denver Broncos will make the Pro Bowl, but one former Bronco, Terrell Davis, will.
Former Denver Broncos running back Terrell Davis has been named to the 2020 Pro Bowl in Orlando, which takes place in January.
Davis spent 1995-2001 with the Denver Broncos before suffering a career-ending knee injury. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017, many years after he became eligible for the greatest honor in all of sports.
Among the running backs that could be joining Davis on the AFC squad are Cleveland’s Nick Chubb (1,117 rushing yards), Tennessee’s Derrick Henry (991 rushing yards), and Oakland’s rookie first round running back Josh Jacobs (957).
There are still a number of games left in the 2019 regular season, so other running backs could emerge from the list. As of right now, however, those running backs that I listed currently lead the AFC in yards on the ground.
Davis won two Super Bowls as the lead back in the Mile High City behind fellow Hall of Famer John Elway, who is the General Manager of the Denver Broncos.
In his fourth NFL season, in 1997–Denver’s first Super Bowl victory year—Davis ran for a league-leading 2,008 rushing yards, which was the fourth time that has ever been achieved at the time. Since Davis did it, there has been three others to accomplish the amazing feat: Jamal Lewis (Ravens), Chris Johnson (Titans) and Adrian Peterson (Vikings).
The captains on the NFC squad were also announced: Former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, and former Washington Redskins cornerback Darrell Green will be the NFC captains.
This could be a fun event to watch, as players from different teams across the league get to team up and play alongside each other for one single time of the year.