4 Of 5 Saints Pro Bowlers Pull Out Of Game, But 3 More Saints Added To Pro Bowl
As the New Orleans Saints and their fanbase continue the recovery process of getting robbed in the NFC Championship game by worthless officiating, four of the best players on the team have decided not to play in the Pro Bowl this Sunday in Orlando.
The NFL's version of an All-Star game will take place without Saints quarterback Drew Brees, wide receiver Michael Thomas, left tackle Terron Armstead and center Max Unger.
New Orleans defensive end Cam Jordan said yesterday he still intends to play in Sunday's exhibition.
Today, Saints running back Alvin Kamara, left guard Andrus Peat and right guard Larry Warford were added to the NFC roster, replacing Rams running back Todd Gurley, Eagles guard Brandon Brooks and Cowboys guard Zack Martin.
None of the 3 have announced whether they intend to play in the game or not.
Brees and Thomas will be replaced on the NFC roster by Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and wide receiver Amari Cooper.
Armstead and Unger will be replaced by Chicago Bears left tackle Charles Leno and center Cody Whitehair.
At this point, I hope all Saints Pro Bowlers decided to pull out the exhibition snooze fest known as the Pro Bowl.