The New Orleans Saints now have 11 players tapped for the NFC Pro Bowl
The Who Dat squad is proving itself to be full of the league’s best players
To continue collecting successes from an outstanding season, one more player from the New Orleans Saints has been selected to take part in the Pro Bowl team for the NFC division. The Saints announced yesterday afternoon that Alvin Kamara is now player number 11 to be named or added later for different reasons. The 2019 campaign was a good one for Kamara and, in his three first NFL seasons, he has been nominated to the Pro Bowl, the first Saint to be selected in three consecutive starting years.
So far, Kamara is the fourth Saint player that was named after the first lease was release. Other players have been nominated twice, such as George Rogers, Rueben Mayes and Deuce McAllister. Tight end Jared Cook and guard Andrus Peat were also added later on due to Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz and Washington guard Brandon Scherff pulling out because of injuries. Lastly, this past Wednesday, guard Larry Warford entered the Pro Bowl’s line up after Zack Martin underwent surgery.
From New Orleans Saints, the other team members that made it to the team were wide receiver Michael Thomas, defensive end Cameron Jordan, cornerback Marshon Lattimore, kicker Wil Lutz, and rookie return specialist Deonte Harris as starters, and tackle Terron Armstead and quarterback Drew Brees as backups. The match will be played in two weeks on January 26 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.