The Tennessee Titans will be represented in all three phases in the Pro Bowl that will be played in Orlando, Fla., on Jan. 27.
On offense, left tackle Taylor Lewan has been selected to the Pro Bowl for the third straight season.
Defensively, defensive lineman Jurrell Casey has now been selected to the Pro Bowl for the fourth consecutive season. And on special teams, punter Brett Kern will represent the Titans for the second season in a row.
Lewan signed a contract extension early in training camp that made him the highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL. He has been a key cog in a resurgent offensive line that has helped running back Derrick Henry run for 238 yards and 170 yards in consecutive games.
Casey has 68 tackles this season for the Titans and also has seven sacks this season. Casey has 46 career sacks, which ranks sixth in franchise history.
Kern has a 47.5 yards per punt gross average and a 41.4 net yard average this season.
According to the Titans official website, quarterback Marcus Mariota, safety Kevin Byard, linebacker Wesley Woodyard and Henry are among the alternates who could be added to the Pro Bowl roster later on as players decline the invitations due to injury or playing in the Super Bowl.