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Keenan Allen, Khalil Mack named to 2024 Pro Bowl Games

Both Keenan Allen and Khalil Mack are headed to the Pro Bowl after each put up career numbers in 2023.

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On Wednesday afternoon, the NFL officially announced the AFC and NFC rosters for this year’s 2024 Pro Bowl Games. After all the fan votes were tallied, wide receiver Keenan Allen and edge rusher Khalil Mack were both named to this year’s games.

Waiting in the wings are seven more Chargers who were named alternates: Safety Derwin James (first), offensive tackle Rashawn Slater (first), punt/kick returner Derius Davis (first), Joey Bosa (second), long snapper Josh Harris, kicker Cameron Dicker (third), and quarterback Justin Herbert (fourth).

Before being sidelined with a heel injury, Allen amassed a career-high 108 receptions for 1,243 yards and seven touchdowns. His yardage and touchdown total are both second most for him in a single season. Against the Vikings in Week Three, Allen caught a career-high 18 receptions for 215 yards, the fourth most in a game in Chargers history. This will be Allen’s sixth Pro Bowl appearance in the past seven seasons.

Mack has seen an otherworldly resurgence this season as he’s accumulated a career-high 16 sacks to go with 18 tackles for loss, five forced fumbles, and eight passes defended (career high). Before 2023, Mack hadn’t recorded double-digit sacks since 2018 when he recorded 12.5. His tackles for loss total is also the second highest of his career, only falling short of the 23 he put up in 2015 when he was named a First-Team All-Pro. In Week Four of this season, Mack recorded six sacks, one off from tying the record for the most sacks in a single game. This will be Mack’s eighth appearance at the Pro Bowl.

The 2024 Pro Bowl Games will begin on February 4th in Orlando Florida at Camping World Stadium.