A look at all 5 Browns players who are going to the NFL Pro Bowl

The Browns have five Pro Bowlers but who are they?

The Cleveland Browns have five Pro Bowlers set to make appearances in the annual Pro Bowl game, and they’re not really any major surprises. Due to injuries and poor performances, there really only were five guys to pick from.

Going to this year’s Pro Bowl game will be Joel Bitonio, Myles Garrett, Nick Chubb, Wyatt Teller, and Denzel Ward.

While winning seasons for the Browns have been few and far between, the team somehow always managed a Pro Bowler or two regardless of the record. So let’s take a look at each player going this year.

The five Browns going to the Pro Bowl

G Joel Bitonio (4th selection)

This will be Bitonio’s fourth selection and he should be up for another All-Pro team selection as well. He’s been the starting left guard for the Browns since he was drafted in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft and as of January 20th, he’s started 108 games.

DE Myles Garrett (3rd selection)

Myles Garrett is only going to his third Pro Bowl despite being in the league for five seasons. He didn’t go his rookie year and he was barred from being selected in 2019 due to the helmet strike against the Steelers and Mason Rudolph. He’s in the midst of his best season yet, setting a Browns’ record with 15 sacks on the season and making a case for the Defensive Player of the Year award.

RB Nick Chubb (3rd selection)

Nick Chubb has once again put together a season where he’s averaged more than five yards per carry-on the season. He’s currently at 926 yards heading into the Raiders game and will likely break the 1,000-yard mark once again this year.

G Wyatt Teller (1st selection)

Wyatt Teller has already made an All-Pro team in his career but this year he’s also going to add “Pro Bowler” to his resume as well. The former fifth-round pick by the Bills, who gave up on him and sent him to Cleveland, has become the league’s most dominant guard when healthy and is heading to his first Pro Bowl.

CB Denzel Ward (2nd selection)

After a few years of up-and-down play, Denzel Ward is heading back to the Pro Bowl. After going his rookie year, many thought they had the next Shawn Springs or Champ Bailey, but injuries and poor play held the cornerback from greatness in those subsequent seasons but now in year four he’s back to full strength and earned himself a Pro Bowl selection.