The Denver Broncos had three players named as to the 2012 AFC Pro Bowl roster and Tim Tebow has reportedly been named an alternate to the squad. He might not be the only Broncos player looking to play in the game. Kicker Matt Prater and punter Britton Colquitt have been named alternates to the team, reports Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post. Additonally, running back Willis McGahee, tackle Ryan Clady and safety Brian Dawkins have been chosen as alternates.
Prater has been clutch, kicking game-winning field goals during the Broncos' six-game winning streak. He even has Jesus praying to him. He is 18-of-24 with a long of 59 yards. Colquitt has made 92 punts and averaged 47.6 yards on the season. He's been instrumental in pinning his opponents deep inside their own territory.
McGahee rushed for over 1,000 yards last Sunday and has revitalized his career after it floundered in Baltimore. Clady has been a rock on the offensive line once again. Dawkins has injured his neck recently could be hard pressed to play in the game if he moved to the active roster.
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