Four Oklahomans Selected to Pro Bowl

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Four players with ties to Oklahoma were selected for the NFL Pro Bowl.

Former Sooner running back Adrian Peterson was picked for his sixth Pro Bowl.

The Minnesota Vikings star won’t play in the team’s regular season finale against Detroit due to a groin injury.

Peterson has 1,266 yards rushing this season, the second lowest rushing total of his career.

Former OSU wide receiver Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys was selected for his first Pro Bowl.

Bryant enters the final game of the regular season with a chance to set career highs for catches and touchdowns.

Two former Sooner lineman are making their second straight Pro Bowl appearance.

Tampa Bay defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and Washington offensive tackle Trent Williams were both picked for the Pro Bowl.

The Pro Bowl will be played January 26th in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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