The AFC Pro Bowl roster added two new names after Sunday's action. Here's a look at the newest players heading to Hawaii.
Two new names were added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster after the Baltimore Ravens advanced to the Super Bowl on Sunday night. Cleveland's Josh Cribbs and Oakland's Marcel Reese will both be heading to Hawaii this year.
Cribbs replaces Jacoby Jones as a kick returner, marking the third Pro Bowl appearance of his career. In 2012 Cribbs finished fourth in the league in kickoff returns, averaging 27.4 yards per attempt. He also averaged 12 yards per punt return, ranking sixth overall in the NFL.
This season Cribbs surpassed the 12,000-yard mark for career return yardage, making him just the sixth player in history to do so.
Marcel Reece will fill Vonta Leach's spot on the roster. He gained 271 yards on 59 carries and caught 52 passes for 496 yards this season. Reece provided a nice replacement for Darren McFadden when he was sidelined with a few injuries throughout the season, starting 10 games in his best pro campaign.