Colts’ quarterback, Andrew Luck, is headed to his fourth Pro Bowl.
The Comeback Player of the Year candidate is on his way to Orlando to participate in the Pro Bowl, replacing Chargers’ quarterback, Philip Rivers.
Following the loss to the Patriots’ the veteran quarterback announced that he would not play due to an injury.
Andre Luck has had an impressive comeback season passing for 4,593 yards and 39 touchdowns with completion percentage of 67.3%. Luck is clearly worth a roster spot in this year’s Pro Bowl.
Other Pro Bowl Replacements:
Cowboys’ rookie linebacker, Leighton Vander Esch for Panthers Linebacker Luke Kuechly.
Ravens’ defensive tackle, Brandon Williams for for Bengals’ defensive tackle, Geno Atkins.
Steelers’ wide receiver, JuJu Smith-Schuster for Steelers’ wide receiver, Antonio Brown.
Giants’ linebacker, Oliver Vernon for Bears’ Khalil Mack.
Seahawks’ quarterback Russell Wilson for Packers’ quarterback, Aaron Rodgers.
Eagles’ safety, Malcolm Jenkins for Giants’ safety, Landon Collins.
Steelers’ linebacker, T.J. Watt for Texans’ linebacker, Jadeveon Clowney.
More updates as they occur to follow.
(Written by Seth Cohen, a Tailgate writer who also runs @tailgatenflnews on Instagram.)