Center Jeremy Zuttah Added To Pro Bowl Roster

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The Ravens have a growing contingency headed to Orlando for this week's Pro Bowl.

Center Jeremy Zuttah was added to the Pro Bowl roster Monday evening, giving the Ravens seven selections for this year's game.

Kicker Justin Tucker, linebacker C.J. Mosley, fullback Kyle Juszczyk and guard Marshal Yanda were all originally selected to the AFC roster. Long snapper Morgan Cox was selected last week, and safety Eric Weddle and Zuttah were both added Monday. Yanda won't be able to play because of a shoulder injury.

This will be the first Pro Bowl appearance in Zuttah's nine-year career.

The 30-year-old center started all 16 games last season and graded out as the Ravens' fifth-best offensive player by Pro Football Focus. Zuttah will replace Pittsburgh's Maurkice Pouncey, who had to drop out of the game.

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