The Jets will have another representative for the Pro Bowl.
Jermaine Johnson, the second-year linebacker, was added to the roster -- the first Pro Bowl nod of his young career -- on Tuesday. He’ll be replacing Los Angeles Chargers edge rusher Khalil Mack.
Johnson built on a solid rookie season by playing in all 17 games for Gang Green while accumulating 7.5 sacks, up from 2.5 a season ago. He had 55 total tackles (36 solo), a forced fumble, and even picked up an interception -- the first of his career.
The 2024 Pro Bowl Games will take place this weekend.