Redskins left tackle Trent Williams (71) blocks for Robert Griffin III during the game vs. the Rams on Dec. 7. (Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

Left tackle Trent Williams has been selected to his third straight Pro Bowl, the NFL announced Thursday night.

Williams was the lone representative for the Redskins. Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and running back Alfred Morris were both selected as alternates.

“It’s extremely humbling to know that your hard work and dedication pays off again and that people around the league – my peers – recognize my efforts and continue to vote me as one of the league’s best,” Williams said in a press release.

Kerrigan got passed over as an original selection despite enjoying a career year, recording 13.5 sacks, which ranked fifth in the NFL. The fourth-year pro has recorded sacks in five consecutive games.

Kerrigan also has forced five fumbles, which leads the NFL.

Morris made the Pro Bowl last season. On Saturday, he surpassed the 1,000-yard mark for the third time in as many seasons.

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson (who leads the league with an average of 20.1 yards per catch) and punter Tress Way (league-leading average of 48 yards per punt) also were not chosen.