Seahawks Quandre Diggs and Bobby Wagner named to Pro Bowl roster

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Despite their first losing season since 2011, the Seattle Seahawks had two players named to the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl roster – linebacker Bobby Wagner and safety Quandre Diggs, the starting free safety for the NFC roster.

This year will mark Wagner’s eighth consecutive Pro-Bowl selection. He now ties quarterback Russell Wilson and Hall of Fame defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy for the second-most bids in Seahawks’ franchise history, with Hall of Fame left tackle left Walter Jones still in the lead with nine. As for Diggs, this marks his second year in a row to receive Pro Bowl honors.

In addition to Wagner and Diggs, the Seahawks also had four players named as alternates: quarterback Russell Wilson, left tackle Duane Brown, special teamer Nick Bellore and punter Michael Dickson.

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