ENGLEWOOD, Colo. Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller was selected to play in the 2020 Pro Bowl, the NFL announced on Tuesday.
Additionally, safety Kareem Jackson, returner Diontae Spencer and wide receiver Courtland Sutton were listed as Pro Bowl alternates.
The Pro Bowl will be played on Sunday, Jan. 26, at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla. (1 p.m. MST kickoff, ESPN).
Miller, a Pro Bowler for the sixth consecutive season, is just the fourth player in franchise history to be selected to at least eight Pro Bowls. His eight Pro Bowls tie him with Pro Football Hall of Fame cornerback Champ Bailey and Ring of Fame safety Steve Atwater for the second-most in team history.
Miller’s eight Pro Bowl selections are also tied for the most among active NFL defensive players (CB Patrick Peterson, Ari.; DT Geno Atkins, Cin.).
In 13 starts this season, Miller is tied for the team lead with seven sacks (27.5 yds.) to go along with 40 tackles (28 solo). His 18 quarterback hurries rank eighth in the NFL despite him missing action in Week 13—his first missed game in nearly six seasons.
Miller last week recorded his 105th career sack and currently ranks 27th on the NFL’s all-time list.