Jared Goff and Tom Brady have plans, opening Pro Bowl roster spots for Chicago quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and Houston’s Deshaun Watson to participate in the all-star game in Florida this weekend.
Goff and the Los Angeles Rams are bound for Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, winning the NFC Championship game on Sunday in New Orleans. Brady and the New England Patriots are making the familiar trip for the AFC after a victory in Kansas City.
Trubisky, whose Bears won the NFC North, guided Chicago to a win over Goff’s Rams in December.
Watson and the Texans lost to Brady’s Patriots in Week 3.
It is the first Pro Bowl for both quarterbacks, who were both drafted in the first round in 2017.
Pro Bowl practice begins Wednesday and the game will be played Sunday in Orlando, Fla.
In 2018, Watson became the first player with 4,000 passing yards, 25 passing touchdowns, 500 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns in a single season in NFL history.
Trubisky is the first Bears quarterback to make the Pro Bowl since Jim McMahon in 1986. He passed for 3,223 yards and 24 touchdowns and rushed for 421 yards and three scores.
—Field Level Media