The rosters for the 2018 NFL Pro Bowl were announced on Tuesday night and the Redskins — despite their season-long battle with the injury bug — had three players named to the all-star event.
Guard Brandon Scherff, tackle Trent WIlliams and defensive end Ryan Kerrigan were named to the NFC roster, which will compete against the AFC roster on January 28, 2018.
Linebacker Zach Brown and cornerback Josh Norman were named as alternates.
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For the former No. 5 overall pick Scherff, this marks his second Pro Bowl nomination, with the other coming in 2016.
Williams, who missed several games do to various injuries, is still widely considered the best left tackle in the NFL. He had a stellar season despite the rash of injuries that decimated the offensive line. This will be William's sixth Pro Bowl since entering the league in 2010.
Kerrigan earned his third trip to the Pro Bowl thanks to a tremendous 2017 campaign in which he enters the final week with nine sacks, one interception return touchdown, two forced fumbles and 29 solo tackles. His Week 1 INT return touchdown marked the third score of Kerrigan's career, and his first trip to the end zone since 2012.
Brown, one of the Redskins two alternates, had a brilliant first year with the Redskins. Although currently injured, Brown is the team's leading tackler through the first 15 weeks, with 127 combined tackles. Norman was tabbed as an alternate thanks to 54 combined tackles, two forced fumbles and one fumble return.
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