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Delanie Walker and Jurrell Casey have accepted invitations to the Pro Bowl in Hawaii following the AFC and NFC championship games.

Two Tennessee Titans are headed to the Pro-Bowl after receiving their invitations on Sunday night following the conclusion of the AFC and NFC championship games.

The Tennessee Titans now have two players heading to the Pro-Bowl in Hawaii this week as tight end Delanie Walker and defensive end Jurrell Casey accepted invitations to the game Sunday night, according to the team in a relase on social media.

Walker and Casey were selected as first alternates during the initial voting process, and their spots became availalbe because two Carolina Panthers players selected to the Pro-Bowl will be participating in the Super Bowl in two weeks and will be forced to miss the event.

Walker, who set franhchise records for a tight end in receptions and receiving yards along with leading all NFL tight ends with 94 receptions was left out of the original lineup in spite of his league leading numbers, a slight that many felt occured because of the Titans' terrible record this season.

Casey led the Titans in sacks with seven, and both players just missed making the game last season when the Titans also suffered through a terrible season that likely hurt their chances then too.

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