Three More Bills Players Added to Pro Bowl Roster at Last Minute

Tyler Maher
Three more Buffalo Bills players have been added to the Pro Bowl roster.
Three more Buffalo Bills players have been added to the Pro Bowl roster. / ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Buffalo Bills may not have made it to the Super Bowl, but there's no denying that they had one of the most talented rosters in the NFL this year. That'll be especially evident in this year's Pro Bowl, which will feature several Bills stars such as Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs and others.

In fact, three more of Buffalo's offensive players have been added to the Pro Bowl roster ahead of Sunday's event in Las Vegas.

Bills Pro Bowl Players

The Bills announced on Monday that offensive tackle Dion Dawkins, offensive guard Rodger Saffold and tight end Dawson Knox have all been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster as last-minute replacements.

Dawkins, 28, will make his second straight Pro Bowl appearance. He's replacing Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Orlando Brown, who's unavailable to play with Kansas City now Super Bowl-bound. The same is true of tight end Travis Kelce, who will cede his spot to Knox -- a first-time selection.

Lastly, Saffold will fill in for Indianapolis Colts guard Quenton Nelson, who will miss the game due to injury. Like Dawkins, Saffold will play in his second straight Pro Bowl.

That brings the total to eight Pro Bowlers for Buffalo -- the most they've had in a single season since 10 made it in 1992.

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