TE Evan Engram was named to the 2024 Pro Bowl Games to replace Chiefs TE Travis Kelce, who is unable to participate due to Kansas City's Super Bowl appearance. Engram joins LS Ross Matiscik and OLB Josh Allen, who were voted into the 2024 Pro Bowl Games earlier this month.
Engram is the second tight end in franchise history to be named to the Pro Bowl, joining TE Marcedes Lewis (2010), and the 35th Pro Bowler in franchise history. In 2023, Engram posted 114 receptions for 963 receiving yards and four touchdowns. His 114 catches led all NFL tight ends and he also set franchise records for receptions and receiving yards in a season by a tight end. Engram became the eighth tight end in NFL history and the first tight end in franchise history to eclipse 100 receptions. This is Engram's second appearance in the Pro Bowl after being named to the team following the 2020 season.
The 2024 Pro Bowl Games will take place in Orlando beginning on Thursday, February 1 with Pro Bowl players competing in skills challenges. The Pro Bowl Games are a multi-day AFC vs. NFC competition with skills showdowns and a flag football game played at Camping World Stadium on Sunday, February 4.