Hunter Renfrow headed to Pro Bowl

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Raiders receiver Hunter Renfrow will play in his first Pro Bowl.

Renfrow’s representation, MGC Sports, announced on social media that Renfrow had accepted an invitation to join the AFC all-star team. Renfrow was an alternate after catching 103 passes for 1,038 yards and nine touchdowns.

Edge rusher Maxx Crosby, linebacker Denzel Perryman and punter A.J. Cole are the original Pro Bowlers representing Las Vegas in the all-star game.

It is unclear whose spot Renfrow is taking. Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill, Bengals receiver Ja'Marr Chase, Bills receiver Stefon Diggs and Chargers receiver Keenan Allen were the original selections. Either Hill or Chase won’t be available for the Pro Bowl as one of them will be playing in the Super Bowl.

The 2022 Pro Bowl is scheduled for Feb. 6 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

9 responses to “Hunter Renfrow headed to Pro Bowl

  1. Very deserving, had a record year, put up some numbers only the greats have. Him and Derek’s cohesion is very reminiscent of those Pats teams when Brady had Welker or Ammandola etc. Carr is one of the few QBs in the league that elevates those around him, imagine if he had a true #1 WR what he could do.

  2. It’s a shame Josh Allen couldn’t get elected to the Pro Bowl. I guess voters cast their ballots for 2 QBs that didn’t go to the playoff so that they could avoid this type of problem.

  3. Well, either Tyreek or Ja’Mar are going to the Super Bowl, so it’s safe to say he’s replacing one of them.

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