Which Jaguars players have a good chance of making the 2020 Pro Bowl on Orlando, Florida?
For Allen, it marked the first time a Jaguars rookie received the honor. For Chark, his breakout season with over 1,000 yards in pass receptions, it is just the start of a budding career. And for both, this should not be the last time fans read about a trip to Orlando the week before the Super Bowl. Unless the Jaguars are playing for Lombardi trophy, that is.
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Originally, Calais Campbell was the only representative added to the roster, because the Kansas City Chiefs are playing next Sunday, roster spots were shuffled.
"“Chark, a second-year veteran who caught 78 passes for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns this past season, replaced Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill on the AFC roster. The Chiefs qualified for the Super Bowl Sunday, so Hill won’t play in the Pro Bowl,” John Oehser of Jaguars.com wrote. “Allen, who registered 10.5 sacks, replaced Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark on the AFC roster. Allen became the first rookie in franchise history named to the Pro Bowl.”"
Having three players on the AFC side of the ball on Sunday is great, but there are more players who should have a shot to make the team next season. Here is a look at four players who could be in the Pro Bowl in 2020.