O'Hara makes it to Miami, too Posted by Mike Florio on December 29, 2009 5:47 PM ET The New York Giants won't be going to the Super Bowl this year, but at least one of the team's players will make the trek to Miami for the Pro Bowl. Per a league source, center Shaun O'Hara has been named as a reserve to the NFC team. This is O'Hara's second career Pro Bowl; he also made it in 2008. Permalink 1 Comments Back to Top McKinnie makes it to Pro Bowl for the Vikings Posted by Mike Florio on December 29, 2009 5:39 PM ET With less than 90 minutes to go before the NFL pulls the sheet off this year's Pro Bowl rosters, word is trickling out as to some of the potential participants. We previously heard that Joe Thomas and Josh Cribbs of the Browns will make it. Per Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com, Vikings tackle Bryant McKinnie has disclosed, Twitter style, that he'll be a starter in the game. Of course, McKinnie shouldn't want to be a starter in the game. If he is, it means that the Vikings won't be playing in the game that follows the Pro Bowl by a week. Permalink 16 Comments Back to Top Two Browns will make it to the Pro Bowl Posted by Mike Florio on December 29, 2009 5:04 PM ET Despite a season of extreme disappointment, Browns fans have at least one reason to feel good. Actually, two of them. Per a league source, left tackle Joe Thomas has been named to the AFC Pro Bowl roster for the third time in three NFL seasons. Also, receiver Josh Cribbs will make his second Pro Bowl appearance. He previously made it onto the roster in 2007. Now if the Browns could only get a few more players like these two, they might be able to turn things around. The Pro Bowl rosters officially will be unveiled at 7:00 p.m. ET Tuesday, on NFL Network.