This is the first time since 1984 that the Packers are sending a multi-player contingent of reserves to the Pro Bowl. Back then, it was tight end Paul Coffman and wide receiver James Lofton. This is also the first time since 1958 the Packers are sending one offensive player and one defensive player to the Pro Bowl (center Jim Ringo and defensive back Bobby Dillon).
Kampman joins Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, Reggie White, Ezra Johnson and Willie Davis as Packer defensive ends to make the Pro Bowl.
Driver is making his second Pro Bowl appearance and his first since 2002. He joins Sterling Sharpe (5), James Lofton (7), Carroll Dale (3) and Boyd Dowler (2) as Packer wide receivers with more than one Pro Bowl berth.
Didn't make it: ESPN analyst Darren Woodson included Packer cornerback Al Harris among his snubs on the network's morning radio program Wednesday.
Woodson should know. He made the Pro Bowl five times during his 13-year career as a safety for the Dallas Cowboys.
Boola boola: The Associated Press reported earlier this week that former Packer receiver James Lofton was a finalist for the head coching job at Stanford.
Former Bear quarterback Jim Harbaugh got the job over Lofton, who is a 1978 graduate at Stanford. After starring at Stanford, the Packers made Lofton the sixth overall pick of the 1978 draft and he went on to a Hall of Fame career. Lofton is in his fifth season as receivers coach for the San Diego Chargers.
Laura Veras Marran
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