MIAMI GARDENS, Florida. – The National Football League announced today that Miami Dolphins is linebacker Bradley Chubb was included in the AFC roster for the 2023 Pro Bowl games.
It is Chubb’s second Pro Bowl selection of his career, having also been called up to the team following the 2020 season. He was acquired by Miami in a trade with Denver on November 1, 2022. In 16 total games with Miami and Denver this season, Chubb totaled 39 tackles (20 solo), 8.0 sacks, one pass defended and a career-high three forced fumbles. Three of his eight sacks were strip sacks, resulting in forced fumbles.
Chubb becomes the fourth dolphin called up to the team and joins Tackle Terron Armsteadwide receiver Tyreek Hill and corner backs Xavien Howard. It’s the first time Miami has had four Pro Bowl selections in a season since 2016 when he ran back Jay Ajayiwide receiver Jarvis Landry, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and defensive end Cameron Wake were all chosen.
Chubb will replace LA Chargers linebacker Khalil Mack, who is unable to attend due to injury.
The 2023 Pro Bowl games will be held in Las Vegas and begin Thursday, February 2 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. ET with new and popular skills live on ESPN. Skills and Flag games continue Sunday 3pm-6pm ET on ESPN and ABC. Visit probowl.com/tickets to purchase tickets and see the NFL’s top players in person.