Tyrod Taylor, Eric Wood to Play in NFL Pro Bowl

Tyrod Taylor, Eric Wood to Play in NFL Pro Bowl

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By TWC News Staff

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Two Bills players will make their Pro Bowl debuts next weekend.

The team said Monday that center Eric Wood and quarterback Tyrod Taylor will both play in the Jan. 31 all-star game in Honolulu. They were alternates and will replace Carolina Panthers players at those positions who won’t play because they made Super Bowl 50.

Wood’s started 95 games since 2009 and led the offensive line behind the league’s best rushing attack in 2015. Taylor set a team record with 568 rushing yards from the QB position. He also threw 20 touchdowns compared to six interceptions in 14 games.

Bills running back LeSean McCoy was elected to play in the game but dropped out due to injury.