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Rams have 4 players named to Pro Bowl

2 expected Rams Pro Bowlers, 2 breakout players for 2023

Syndication: The Record Chris Pedota, NorthJersey.com / USA TODAY NETWORK

The Los Angeles Rams had four players named to the Pro Bowl on Wednesday, including two veterans and two young players who have really helped provide the spark that the franchise needed to get back to the playoffs: Matthew Stafford is a Pro Bowler for just the second time in his career, proving to be one of the top passers in the NFC, if not the NFL. Aaron Donald is going for the 10th time in his 10-year career, never having missed one.

Additionally, rookie fifth round pick Puka Nacua completes the circle on his unbelievable and historic rookie season by getting selected over many veteran receivers in the NFC. And Kyren Williams, all but forgotten when the team started the year with Cam Akers as the starting running back, is the fourth member of the team to make the Pro Bowl.

Nacua is less than 30 yards from setting the rookie record for receiving yards and he will play against the 49ers this Sunday. Williams is second in the NFL in rushing yards behind Christian McCaffrey.

Ben Skowronek is the team’s only alternate, as a special teamer.