Even if he decides to retire, Tampa Bay long snapper Dave Moore still has one more game to play in his NFL career.

The Buccaneers announced Thursday that Moore, a 15-year veteran, will play in the Pro Bowl on Feb. 11 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Moore, 37, will make his first appearance in the Pro Bowl after serving as the team’s long snapper for the past three seasons. Moore has played in 220 career games, including 190 games as a Buccaneer.

"Dave's veteran presence in the huddle and locker room has been invaluable for us,” said Bucs head coach Jon Gruden. “It is a great honor that not only speaks to the season he had, but also to his long and productive career. We are very excited for him.”

Moore, who is headed to the Pro Bowl as a “need” player for the NFC squad, will represent the Buccaneers along with cornerback Ronde Barber, who was voted to the all-star game in December.

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