Pro Bowl Draft Set for Wednesday, Philip Rivers Will Not Be In It

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Philip Rivers. Photo by Chris Stone
Philip Rivers. Photo by Chris Stone

San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who was voted as  a fourth swap to a Pro Bowl this season, declined a event Monday citing “personal reasons.”

Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor will reinstate Rivers on a register for a all-star diversion this Sunday in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Rivers also missed a diversion final year while he was nursing a behind injury, though this year with a probable Los Angeles pierce and his eighth child being innate final October, Rivers upheld on a vacation to Hawaii.

He has played in 5 Pro Bowls in his career, a final time being in 2013.

The sole Chargers deputy for a Pro Bowl stays cornerback Jason Verrett, who was voted as a initial swap and transposed Darrelle Revis when he bent out of a game.

Hall-of-Fame far-reaching receivers Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin will be a captains for a Pro Bowl draft, that takes place Wednesday during 7:30 p.m. on ESPN2.

The tangible Pro Bowl will be played Sunday during 4:30 p.m. on ESPN.

 

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