The Packers will be sending three more players to the Pro Bowl, the NFL announced Tuesday.
Wide Receiver Davante Adams, DL Kenny Clark and LB Za'Darius Smith take the place of Julio Jones, Aaron Donald and Khalil Mack, who can't participate due to injury.
For Adams, it's his third straight trip to the Pro Bowl. He's the first Packers WR to make the game three straight since Sterling Sharp did it in the early 90's.
It's the first career Pro Bowl bid for Za'Darius Smith in his first year with the Packers.
Smith finished the season sixth in the NFL with 13.5 sacks, and finished tied for first among linebackers in QB hits and second in total pressures.
It's also Clark's first trip to the Pro Bowl, after being named as an alternate in 2018.
Clark tied a career high with six sacks, and finished second on the team with a career-best 89 tackles.