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The Buffalo Bills will have two players in the Pro Bowl as replacements for the Super Bowl bound Baltimore Ravens: C.J. Spiller and Kyle Williams.
Believe it or not, the 6-10 Buffalo Bills will have two players on the field for the 2013 Pro Bowl next weekend in Honolulu. Not only has C.J. Spiller been added to the roster as a replacement for Super Bowl bound Ray Rice, but Kyle Williams will get to fill in for Haloti Ngata, as well.
Williams will be making his second appearance in the Pro Bowl after getting the injury fill-in nod in 2010. He recorded 46 tackles and five sacks this past season as one of only a handful of consistent performers on an otherwise miserable Bills defense. He made it in 2010 with 76 tackles and a career-high six sacks.
What isn't yet clear is who will be replacing Ed Reed as the AFC's free safety. It evidently will not be Jairus Byrd (which, frankly, is ridiculous). Byrd, an impending free agent, emerged as one of the top safeties in the NFL this past season with 76 tackles, five interceptions and four forced fumbles.