The Indianapolis Colts will be a bit more represented, than initially expected, in the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl.
When the Pro Bowl rosters were unveiled, only OLB – Robert Mathis was chosen from the Colts, to the AFC squad. Since then, there have been a few more additions to the AFC roster, which includes much more of an Indianapolis representation. Depending on which teams make the Suer Bowl, we may still see more Colts on their way to Hawaii.
The Indianapolis coaching staff, as well as long snapper Matt Overton, have been added to the AFC roster. These additions help make the AFC Pro Bowl roster look a little bit more “Blue”, and their still could be more players added to the roster, before everything is finalized. Whichever teams make the Super Bowl are not allowed to have their players in the Pro Bowl, which could open up some more spots for Indianapolis.
This will be the first Pro Bowl bid for Colts’ head coach Chuck Pagano and his staff. Although the end of this season was a downer for Pagano’s staff, it is still a respectable honor to have the Colts so well represented, after having only one player initially named to the team.