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Teammates Make Strong Cases For Pro Bowl Alternates And Others

Posted by Stephen Czarda on December 24, 2014 – 10:39 am

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While Trent Williams will officially represent the Washington Redskins in the Pro Bowl, outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and running back Alfred Morris will be on standby, as the two were announced alternates for the game.

Morris is in the mist of a third straight 1,000-yard season, and his eight touchdowns are tied for seventh-most in the NFL.

Kerrigan, meanwhile, has already had a career year, recording highs in sacks (13.5) and forced fumbles (5), and is only five tackles away from having the most tackles in one season.

His 13.5 sacks are second most in the NFC and he leads the league in forced fumbles.

This can pretty easily lead one to think, “How did he not make it?”

While teammates are still proud of his play regardless of where he is come the night of Jan. 25, they are making their appreciation for his exploits known:

Kerrigan isn’t the only deserving Redskin, though, at least in the eyes of teammates, as Niles Paul tweeted about fullback Darrel Young’s absence, while Brian Orakpo ponders how the best punter statistically isn’t in:


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