The deluge of players pulling out of the Pro Bowl is in full swing and two members of the Colts are among the beneficiaries.
The Colts announced Sunday that cornerback Vontae Davis would be going to the game and Monday brought word that safety Mike Adams has been added to the Pro Bowl roster as well. Broncos corner Chris Harris can’t play in Hawaii thanks to Sunday’s win over the Patriots while Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor is pulling out because of injury.
Davis and Adams lift the total number of Pro Bowlers from Indy to two after the Colts were initially shut out of the game. The team now has at least one representative in the game for 18 straight years.
Davis had 48 tackles, four interceptions and 16 passes defensed in 16 starts this season. Adams missed three games with injury and ended the regular season with 75 tackles, five interceptions, a sack, a touchdown and three forced fumbles. It’s the second straight trip to the Pro Bowl for both players.