Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence was added to the Pro Bowl Games roster Tuesday to replace Super Bowl-bound Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Lawrence joins teammate Jamal Agnew, a wide receiver and return specialist, at this week's showcase in Las Vegas.
He is the third quarterback to make a Pro Bowl for the Jaguars, joining Mark Brunell (three times) and David Garrard.
Lawrence, 23, and the AFC South champion Jaguars lost to Mahomes and the Chiefs 27-20 in the divisional playoffs on Jan. 21.
The No. 1 overall draft pick in 2021, Lawrence passed for 4,113 yards with 25 touchdowns and eight interceptions in his breakout second season in 2022.
The reinvented Pro Bowl Games, including a flag football contest, will take place from Thursday through Sunday in Las Vegas.
--Field Level Media