Two Steelers were picked to the Pro Bowl late Friday, as wide out and team MVP Antonio Brown and safety Troy Polamalu were both picked to head to Hawaii.
The game is going to be different for the first time in 2014, as the game is “unconferenced,” so players were selected without regard to conference by a combined voting of fans, players and coaches.
The contest will be played on January 26th.
It’s been an amazing season for Brown, who Brown, who will play in the game for the second time of his career.
He has already established career highs in receptions (101), receiving yards (1,412) and receiving touchdowns (8) this season.
Polamalu will head to the game for the eighth time. This season he recorded his 32nd career pick, placing him seventh on the team’s all-time interceptions list.
He also scored his fifth career defensive touchdown, which is tied for second place on the team’s all-time defensive touchdowns list.