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McNabb, Garrard among Pro Bowl replacements

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1/25/2010 11:59:59 AM
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New York, NY (Sports Network) - Quarterbacks Donovan McNabb of Philadelphia and David Garrard of Jacksonville were among the 14 players selected for this week's Pro Bowl as replacements for the Pro Bowl members of the Super Bowl participants.

With the Pro Bowl being played before the Super Bowl this year, the Pro Bowl selections from the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints will not play in the league's All-Star contest this year.

McNabb will replace New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees, while Garrard takes over for Indianapolis signal-caller Peyton Manning.

Six other players from the Colts and Saints needed to be replaced.

The AFC additions will be San Diego receiver Vincent Jackson, Pittsburgh tight end Heath Miller, Tennessee's Kevin Mawae at center and Kyle Vanden Bosch at defensive end, New York Jets defensive end Shaun Ellis and Miami safety Yeremiah Bell.

On the NFC squad it will be New York Giants' offensive linemen David Diehl and Chris Snee, Carolina center Ryan Kalil, Washington linebacker London Fletcher, Arizona safety Antrel Rolle and Philadelphia safety Quintin Mikell.

The other six Colts that will skip the Pro Bowl are wide receiver Reggie Wayne, tight end Dallas Clark, center Jeff Saturday, defensive ends Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney and safety Antoine Bethea.

New Orleans' other Pro Bowl selections are linemen Jon Stinchcomb, Jahri Evans and Jonathan Goodwin, linebacker Jonathan Vilma and safeties Darren Sharper and Roman Harper.

Donovan McNabb (Photo: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)


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