And then there were two. Former Badger in the NFL Pro Bowl in Hawaii, that is.
Cleveland Brown offensive tackle Joe Thomas was voted in as a starter for the AFC when the rosters were originally announced. On Tuesday, the NFL announced that story_id=5123"> --> Houston Texans' tight end Owen Daniels will be joining Thomas on the AFC team . Daniels was the first alternate and was named to the team when Antonio Gates of the San Diego Chargers pulled out of the game due to an injury.
In his third season, Daniels ranked second among AFC tight ends in receiving yards (862), third in receptions (70) and fourth in yards per reception (12.3). The former fourth-round draft pick combined with teammate Andre Johnson to form the NFL's most prolific receiver-tight end pairing with 185 total receptions for 2,437 yards.