Travis Kelce was selected to play in the Pro Bowl for the tenth consecutive season, although his performances throughout this season were somewhat less impressive than usual.
He chose not to participate in the Pro Bowl, which meant that a substitute had to be chosen. This decision was made although his Kansas City Chiefs were on their way to the Super Bowl for the fourth time in the previous five seasons.
It has been suggested that Evan Engram, who plays for the Jacksonville Jaguars, will take over in that role.
It is safe to say that Engram is one of the most underappreciated tight ends in the National Football League. During the regular season, he led the team in receptions with 114, accumulated 963 yards, and scored four touchdowns.
In addition to running back Travis Etienne and wide receivers Christian Kirk and Calvin Ridley, he is a member of a trio of playmakers who have contributed to Jacksonville’s status as one of the most exciting young teams in the league throughout the past two seasons.
The squad had a successful conclusion to the previous season, winning eight of its first eleven games, and moving to the divisional round of the playoffs. However, the team struggled in the latter stretch of the season, and they concluded with a poor 9-8 record from the season.
Due to this, the Jaguars were unable to qualify for the playoffs.
Although they are a relatively youthful club, they have a good quarterback in Trevor Lawrence, who will be entering his fourth season in the professional ranks. As a result, they should be a formidable opponent in the upcoming season.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have made it to the AFC Championship Game three times as a team, but they have never made it to the Super Bowl since its creation in 1995. Despite this
, they appear to have more hope and confidence than they ever had before.