, and proved that last year's Pro Bowl selection wouldn't be the last for either of the three as the trio of former Penn State standouts earned a nod to the 2014 game as well.
All three players have been major defensive threats for their respective teams with Bowman becoming a now well-known linebacker with the San Francisco 49ers. Bowman earned his second consecutive nod to the game. The former third-round pick is in his fourth season with the 49ers where he continues to pile up impressive numbers. His 135 tackles rank sixth in the NFL and he has four sacks, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He also returned an interception 89 yards for a touchdown.
Hali, a first-round pick by the Chiefs in 2006, now has 126 starts and a third Pro Bowl berth under his belt. Hali's 11 sacks this season rank eighth in the league and his has 46 tackles to go along with it. He also has a knack for making game-changing plays by creating turnovers and has been a constant disruption for opposing offenses. This season he's compiled four forced fumbles, a fumble recovery for a touchdown, two pass break-ups and an interception that was also returned for a touchdown.
Wake is no stranger to the Pro Bowl anymore after being named to the game three times in the past four seasons. He is one of four Miami Dolphins players to be named to the game this year. Wake is in his fifth season with Miami and has 8.5 sacks, 35 tackles, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and a safety this season.
The one uncertainty about the game this year is the makeup of the teams. For the The game will be played Jan. 26, 2014 in Honolulu. With The 49ers and Chiefs already clinching post-season berths and the Dolphins not mathematically eliminated headed into Sunday's regular season finale, there is a chance the not all three will be playing in the game. It's an opportunity they'd surely pass up in order to have a shot at playing in the Super Bowl on Feb. 2.
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