ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Outside linebacker Von Miller and running back Phillip Lindsay have been selected to the 2019 Pro Bowl, the NFL announced Tuesday.
Miller has now been selected to the Pro Bowl seven times, and he has been chosen every year since 2014.
His 14.5 sacks this season are tied for second in the NFL.
To read more about Miller's Pro Bowl season, click here.
Lindsay, meanwhile, becomes the first undrafted offensive rookie to earn a Pro Bowl bid.
The Colorado product ranks in the top five in the NFL in rushing yards, rushing average and rushing touchdowns.
He currently has 991 yards and nine touchdowns through 14 games.
To read more about Lindsay's Pro Bowl season, click here.
The Broncos also had three players named alternates for the 2019 Pro Bowl.
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr., wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and outside linebacker Bradley Chubb were all tabbed as alternates.
- Harris tallied three interceptions, one sack and 49 tackles during his 12 starts in 2018. In Week 7, he returned one of those picks for a touchdown. He suffered a leg injury in Week 13 against the Bengals.
- Sanders, who suffered an Achilles injury in practice ahead of the Broncos' game against the 49ers, tallied 71 catches for 868 yards and four receiving touchdowns. He also ran for a touchdown and threw a touchdown this season. The Broncos placed Sanders on IR ahead of their Week 14 game.
- Chubb, the fifth-overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, could earn his first Pro Bowl selection. In Week 14, he passed Von Miller for the most sacks by a rookie in Broncos history. He sits just three sacks away from passing Jevon Kearse's all-time rookie sack record. Ten-and-a-half of Chubb's 12 sacks have come since Week 6.