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Date Player
1/18/2015 Antonio Cromartie, CB
Cromartie has been selected to the Pro Bowl, replacing Richard Sherman of the Super Bowl-bound Seattle Seahawks.

Analysis: It is the third straight selection for Cromartie, and fourth of his career. He had been selected this year as an alternate, but will now join Cardinals teammates Calais Campbell, Patrick Peterson and Justin Bethel in the game at University of Phoenix Stadium - Arizona's home field - in the NFL's all-star game.
1/18/2015 Golden Tate, WR
Tate is headed to the Pro Bowl.

Analysis: Tate replaces Jeremy Maclin of Philadelphia. Tate made a huge impact in his first season with the Lions after signing as a free agent. He caught 99 passes for 1,331 yards, helping Detroit withstand injury issues that kept Calvin Johnson out for a month.
1/18/2015 Matthew Stafford, QB
Stafford is headed to the Pro Bowl.

Analysis: Stafford replaces Peyton Manning of Denver. Stafford finished the regular season with 4,257 yards passing, helping Detroit to its second postseason berth in four years.
1/18/2015 Bryan Stork, C
Patriots rookie center Bryan Stork is inactive because of a knee injury.

Analysis: Right guard Ryan Wendell is expected to start at center in Stork's place and Josh Kline would replace Wendell.
1/17/2015 Trent Richardson, RB
Richardson didn't travel to New England for the AFC championship game Sunday, with the Colts only saying Saturday that the move was made because of personal reasons.

Analysis: Richardson was inactive for Indianapolis' victory at Denver last week after playing one snap in the playoff opener against Cincinnati. Acquired from Cleveland for a first-round pick in September 2013, Richardson lost the starting job to Daniel Herron late in the season. In 15 regular-season games this season, Richardson ran for 519 yards and three touchdowns.
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