Kansas City Chiefs: 7 players who could make the Pro Bowl for the first time
By Matt Conner
The Kansas City Chiefs have several Pro Bowl performers already on the roster, but we can several more who have a very real chance at making their first.
Before the 2018 NFL season officially begins, we might as well go ahead and enter some Kansas City Chiefs for the eventual Pro Bowl nominations we know they will earn.
If safety Eric Berry is healthy, he’ll go to the Pro Bowl for the sixth time. Tight end Travis Kelce is another lock. Kareem Hunt returns to defend his rushing title, and it’s difficult to see how opponents will slow his Pro Bowl chances. Even Harrison Butker could be a shoe-in if he’s up for a repeat performance from last season
There are others, too, but this time around, we’re focused on a different bunch: players who have never made the Pro Bowl. This list is actually a bit surprising because some of these players have actually been named All Pros before (a more selective honor). Somehow, however, they’ve never joined their peers in the NFL’s version of an All-Star game.
To that end, we thought we’d list the players that seem to have the best chances of making their first ever Pro Bowl. Of course, we hope it’s only the first of many for each.