Redskins running back Alfred Morris will make his second straight Pro Bowl appearance, the team announced on Monday.
Bogged down by the Redskins' losses and an injury-plagued season, Trent Williams had forgotten that the selections would come down Tuesday night.
The NFL announced on Wednesday that the Pro Bowl following the 2014 season will take place at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., one week before the Super Bowl will take place at the same location.
The Washington Redskins' three Pro Bowl players fell short in their quest for a victory as Team Sanders lost 22-21 to Team Rice in Hawaii on Sunday night.
Pierre Garcon's league-leading 113 catches weren't enough to get him to the Pro Bowl, but when you see the other receiving numbers around the league, it makes more sense.
Washington Redskins outside linebacker Brian Orakpo will make his third Pro Bowl appearance, the team confirmed on Tuesday.
Originally selected as an alternate, Redskins second-year running back will head to Hawaii.
Pierre Garcon, Alfred Morris, Brian Orakpo and DeAngelo Hall are named alternates.
Selections are to be announced Friday night. Pierre Garcon, Alfred Morris and Trent Williams are among the Redskins' possible Pro Bowlers but the team's 3-12 record could hurt their chances.
NFL also eliminates kickoffs in Pro Bowl as part of overhaul of the annual all-star exhibition game.