Wide receiver Jarvis Landry, who went over 1,000 receiving yards on Sunday in Arizona, was named to the team for the fifth consecutive time.
The Browns also have four alternates. Left guard Joel Bitonio is a first alternate, linebacker Joe Schobert is a second alternate, cornerback Denzel Ward is a fourth alternate and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is a fifth alternate. Bitonio and Ward both played in last year’s game, with Bitonio making it as an alternate.
Chubb has rushed for a league-high 1,408 yards, the most by a Browns running back since Jim Brown in 1965 and he’s tied for the fifth-most in team history with two games remaining. He has a chance to surpass Brown’s 1,544 yards in 1965 for the second-most in team history. He has 1,685 scrimmage yards and has at least 75 scrimmage yard in every game this season.
“I am proud to be able to represent the Cleveland Browns at the Pro Bowl,” Chubb said in a statement released by the team. “This is the result of a lot of hard work and I want to thank my teammates and the fans for their support. Everybody played a part in this — our line, tight ends, the whole offense, it’s not just me. I am truly honored by this, but I would trade this and any individual award for team success.”
Landry leads the Browns with 74 receptions, five receiving touchdowns and 1,018 receiving yards. He is the first Browns player to surpass 1,000 yards receiving since Terrelle Pryor in 2015 and has the most receiving yards by a Browns player since Josh Gordon had 1,646 in 2013.
This is his third 1,000-yard season and first since 2016 when he was with the Dolphins. His 13.8 yards per reception is the highest of his career.
“The Pro Bowl is a tremendous honor, and even though this seems like an individual award, it wouldn’t have been made possible without the support and efforts of my team,” Landry said. “I’m incredibly grateful to be returning for a fifth time and to represent the hard work and dedication we put in as Cleveland Browns this season. Like I said last year, it’s going to be very special for me to wear the orange helmet.”
Landry is the first Browns receiver selected to consecutive Pro Bowls since Paul Warfield in 1969 and 1970. He was named the Browns Walter Payton Man of the Year last week.
Bitonio, who hasn’t missed a snap since returning from a Lisfranc injury suffered during the 2016 season, has been a bright spot on the interior of the Browns offensive line. He is the eighth-highest graded guard on offense by grading website Pro Football Focus and has the fifth-best pass-blocking grade among guards.
Ward, a Pro Bowler his rookie season, missed four games this season due to a hamstring injury. He has one interception this season, returning it for a touchdown against Cincinnati.
Schobert, a Pro Bowler following the 2017 season, is having one of the best years of his career. He has 116 tackles, a career-high four interceptions, two forced fumbles and two sacks. He is a free agent after the season.
Beckham is having one of his worst seasons statistically, but has still managed 67 receptions for 910 yards while dealing with a sports hernia.
The Pro Bowl is in Orlando at Camping World Stadium on Sunday, January 26 at 3 p.m. on ESPN.