Detroit Lions center Frank Ragnow will have business at the Pro Bowl today.
Lions pass receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown and right take on Penei Sewell were called to the NFC Pro Bowl lineup Monday. St. Brown changes Philadelphia Eagles receiver A.J. Brown, while Sewell fills in Eagles right take on Lane Johnson.
Both gamers were the very first alternate at their positions.
Neither Brown nor Johnson can play in the video game with the Eagles in the Super Bowl. The Eagles beat the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC title video game Sunday.
St. Brown led the Lions with career-highs of 106 catches and 1,161 lawns this season in spite of missing time with ankle and brain injuries. Sewell was among 2 Lions to play every offending breeze, in addition to left take on Taylor Decker.
Members of the Lions’ excellent 2021 draft class, St. Brown, a fourth-round choice in the draft, and Sewell, the No. 7 total choice, will be making their very first Pro Bowl look.
The NFL altered the Pro Bowl format this season, eliminating the conventional video game in favor of an abilities competitors. Players will participate in a series of occasions Thursday and Sunday in Las Vegas, consisting of flag football, dodgeball, a water balloon toss and longest drive golf contest.
Ragnow was called to his 2nd Pro Bowl in December. He likewise went 2 years back, the last time the Lions had 3 gamers selected for the video game (Jack Fox, T.J. Hockenson).
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