Englewood, Colo. - Broncos linebacker Al Wilson and tight end Dwayne Carswell have both been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster for this Saturday's game in Honolulu, Hawaii, pitting the AFC All-Stars against the NFC All-Stars. It will be the first appearance in the game for both players.
Carswell (6-3, 260 lbs.) has completed eight seasons with the Broncos, playing in 109 games (50 starts), including starting all 16 games in 2001. He has caught 151 passes for 1,264 yards and ten touchdowns. He caught 34 for 299 yards and four scores in 2001. Carswell joined the Broncos as an undrafted free agent out of Liberty in 1994.
Wilson (6-0, 240 lbs.) just finished his third season with Denver, having now played in 47 games (42 starts), including starting all 16 games in 2001. He finished second on the team in tackles with 128 (98 solo) and three sacks for 25 yards. He also had seven pass breakups. For his career, Wilson has 320 tackles (241 solo), nine sacks (57 yards) and three interceptions (21 yards). He also has 19 pass breakups, three forced fumbles and two recovered fumbles. Wilson joined the Broncos after being drafted in the first round (31st overall) in 1999.
The Broncos now have a total of seven Pro Bowl players this season. .
Wilson and Carswell added to Pro Bowl
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