Andre Roberts will be headed to Orlando this week to be the third Bills player to appear in this year's Pro Bowl.
Roberts will join teammates Tremaine Edmunds and Tre'Davious White in the league's all-star game next weekend.
Roberts, who was a first alternate, will replace the AFC special teams starter Mecole Hardman who advanced to the Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs.
For Roberts this will be the second Pro Bowl appearance of his career. He represented the AFC as a special teamer last year as a member of the New York Jets.
Though he did not take a return the distance in 2019, Roberts was very consistent in providing quality field position for Buffalo's offense as the team's primary returner.
He was the main reason the Bills ranked first in the league in average drive start (27.6) and fifth in the league in kick return average with a personal return average of 26.6.