Keanu Neal. Last week it was linebacker Deion Jones’ name that was called.
Neal is replacing Philadelphia Eagles reserve Malcolm Jenkins, who will be removing prepared to play in Super Bowl LII. In his second season, Neal finished a deteriorate as a Falcons’ second heading tackler with 113 on a year. The hard-hitting reserve also led a approach forcing 3 fumbles, recuperating dual of them.
Neal set a new NFL record for many forced fumbles by a defensive behind in his initial dual seasons with eight. The Falcons drafted Neal in a initial turn of a 2016 NFL Draft out of a University of Florida.
The Pro Bowl will be played on Jan. 28 during Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.