Andrew Whitworth named to Pro Bowl

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Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth was named to the Pro Bowl on Wednesday as an injury replacement for Donald Penn of the Raiders.

This will be Whitworth’s third Pro Bowl. He joins Bengals teammates Carlos Dunlap and Geno Atkins in the Jan. 29 game.

Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green was also voted to the Pro Bowl but won’t participate due to injury.

Whitworth, 35, will be a free agent in March unless he signs a new contract with the Bengals before then. His 174 career Bengals games and 170 starts (including postseason) are the most for any player on the current roster.

4 responses to “Andrew Whitworth named to Pro Bowl

  1. Not that he doesnt deserve it, but I hate how nowadays like 25% of the league ends up as “pro-bowlers”.

    I mean last year 11 QB’s were Pro Bowlers. 11!

  2. Guy has been VERY good, and VERY durable for a LONG period of time. So here is a serious question for Bengal fans:

    Would you pick Munoz or Whitworth as the team’s all-time best OT?

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