The initial rosters have been announced for the 2017 Pro Bowl and four Kansas City Chiefs players have been named to the AFC roster.
Travis Kelce is the lone member on offense named to the team. Tyreek Hill, the team's fifth round draft choice, was named a returner, and both Marcus Peters and Eric Berry will suit up in the AFC's secondary.
Kelce has already set career marks with catches (73) and receiving yards (957) with two regular season games to go. Kelce also made the Pro Bowl last season, making this the second invite for the former Cincinnati Bearcat.
Hill has 10 total touchdowns on the season, including one from a punt return and one from a kick return. His incredible season also includes 2 rushing TDs and another 6 through the air to go with his 56 catches and 547 receiving yards.
Peters has been named to his second straight Pro Bowl as well and has established himself as a ballhawk and perhaps the best young cornerback in the NFL. Berry's Pro Bowl nod, his fifth career invite, comes as he approaches free agency. His 58 tackles, 3 interceptions and 1 forced fumble have solidified his complete return to health and he should be well sought after on the open market, if the Chiefs let him get away.
Former Chiefs center Rodney Hudson also made the Pro Bowl. The game will be played January 29 in Orlando. You can check out the complete rosters here.