Tampa Bay’s two star receivers both saw their 2019 seasons end prematurely due to hamstring injuries, with Mike Evans going down following a long touchdown pass against the Colts and Chris Godwin leaving the Bucs’ matchup against Detroit. As a result, both players will miss this year’s Pro Bowl.

Evans, now a three-time Pro Bowler, was replaced by the Cowboys’ Amari Cooper while it was recently announced that the Lions’ Kenny Golladay will receive the honor in place of the first-time Pro Bowl selection Godwin.

With the two wideouts absent, Tampa Bay’s top free agent addition last off-season and the NFL’s sack leader in 2019, outside linebacker Shaq Barrett, will be Tampa Bay’s lone representative in Orlando this year.

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Spitfire

Why do they even actually play the Pro Bowl? Everyone including fans are scared their stars might get hurt, they don’t play 100%, so many 1st team selections don’t even bother going. The Pro Bowl should either be just a theoretical team voted on for Honors or a Flag Football game where everyone can tune it to actually see their players without helmets and all that, just having fun and running trick plays and just having a good time, that would be far more enjoyable to me than a pretend Half hearted practice game where everyone’s holding their breath that… Read more »

scubog

I don’t even bother to watch the event anymore. It’s certainly not a game…………….it’s more of a shame.

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