Three players of New Orleans were added to the Pro Bowl on Tuesday, two days after their devastating loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC championship match.
Meanwhile, four other Saints will not have previously chosen to play.
The man-line of St. Larry Warford and Andrus Peat were named on the roster instead of the Philadelphia Eagles who tackled Brandon Brooks and Dallas Cowboys in a fight with Zack Martin – both of whom will lose the game with injuries.
Brooks broke their ACL during the loss of Eagles to the Saints in the NFL playoffs departments.
The game is Sunday in Orlando, Florida.
The peat left, the Saints of his sixth season guards, who will be making his first game of Pro Bowl. Warford is the right guard, also in his sixth season, playing in the game for the second season just since he entered the Saints in 2017.
Alvin Kamara was named to the second Prol Pro he had in so many seasons instead of Rams running back Todd Gurley, who is playing in Super Bowl 53 instead.
Kamara, Rookie wanted the Offensive Year last season, for 883 yards and 14 seasons this season. He caught 81 pass for 709 yards and four others.
Drew Brees and Michael Thomas, two original Pro Bowl options, were already confirmed from the annual game.
Dallas Cowboys announced the fourth quarter of Dak Prescott and the wide Amari Cooper receiver has replaced the Czech gods instead of next week's game. The report cited Brees and Thomas' injuries as the cause.
Subsequently, Max Unger and Terron Amstead continued to suit the game. They will be replaced by Cody Whitehair and Charles Leno Jr from Chicago Bears.
The New Orleans season ended the Sunday in the NFC championships partly because of the controversy provided by the officers for a breach such as passport-interference. Rams went to 26-23 onwards in overtime.
The defensive territory of the Saints Cam Jordan was chosen to play the game and is planned to play.
Jordan will make his fourth trip to the Pro Bowl. He finished the season with 12 sacks, one shy on his high career of 13 series last season. Jordan has 71 career sacks, the fourth of which is in the history of the franchise. He sang Rickey Jackson (115), Wayne Martin (82½) and Pat Swilling (76½).
Drew Brees and Michael Thomas will not attend the Bowl Pro.
Revisit some remaining speech points from the loss of the Saints to the Rams in the NFC championship match.
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