Knorr Named Pro-Bowl Alternate

The Denver Broncos' kicker, Micah Knorr, has been named an alternate to the AFC's 2004 Pro Bowl roster.

Knorr has served as the Broncos' kick-off specialist, punter and holder for extra points and field goals during the past two seasons. Adding to his laundry list of responsibilities with the club's special teams unit, Knorr filled in nicely for an injured Jason Elam earlier in the regular season converting on his one field goal attempt and two extra points.

Knorr, a 6-2, 193-pound punter from Utah State, was the Aggies' placekicker throughout his collegiate career, and set a school record with 39 field goals made. He led his team in scoring in 1996, connecting on 12-of-21 field goal attempts and 36-of-37 PATs as a senior in 1996 and earning second-team All-Big West honors. He earned first-team All-Big West honors as a junior after being successful on 12-of-19 field goals - tying for the league lead - and 25-28 extra points. He led the team with 63 points on 15-of-20 field goal attempts and 18-of-18 PATs while averaging 37.3 yards on 10 punts as a sophomore. During his freshman campaign, he punted 33 times for a 38.6 yard average while also making his only extra point attempt and missing his two field goal attempts. Knorr also registered 17 touchbacks while handling kickoff duties for USU.

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