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Cowboys center Tyler Biadasz added to NFC Pro Bowl roster

As a unit, the Cowboys are done for several months. But a select group of players from the roster have one more obligation to fulfill in order to close out the 2022 season.

And their ranks just increased by one.

Center Tyler Biadasz has been named to the Pro Bowl, serving as an alternate for Jason Kelce of Philadelphia. Kelce and the Eagles will be preparing for their Super Bowl LVII appearance after their win Sunday over the 49ers.

It will be the first Pro Bowl for Biadasz, the Cowboys’ fourth-round draft pick out of Wisconsin in 2020. He started the team’s first 16 games this season, missing only the regular-season finale against Washington with an ankle injury.

Biadasz joins Zack Martin, CeeDee Lamb, Tony Pollard, Micah Parsons, Trevon Diggs, DeMarcus Lawrence, and KaVontae Turpin as the team’s other Pro Bowl selections. More could be added in the coming days as alternates for injured NFC stars.

Pollard was forced to bow out, for example, due to the high ankle sprain and fractured fibula he suffered in the Cowboys’ divisional-round loss to San Francisco on Jan. 22.

The Pro Bowl Games will be held in Las Vegas, with events beginning Thursday. Players will take part in various skills competitions and fan-focused events, with a flag football game replacing the traditional Pro Bowl contest this year.

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