Left offensive tackle Tarik Glenn received word that he'll be appearing in his second Pro Bowl this February after all.
Last month, Glenn was notified that he had been selected to the Pro Bowl, but the league later changed that announcement, saying that he was a first alternate instead. A computer glitch was blamed for the problem.
But with Kansas City's William Roaf unable to play in the game, Glenn received his invitation to join seven other Colts in Hawaii. Glenn will make the trip with quarterback Peyton Manning, running back Edgerrin James, wide receiver Marvin Harrison, center Jeff Saturday, defensive end Dwight Freeney, linebacker Cato June and safety Bob Sanders. All of his teammates have been named as starters.
This year's group ties the team record set back in 1971 when eight Colts were named to the Pro Bowl team. There's an outside chance that the Colts could still break that record as wide receiver Reggie Wayne is a first alternate.
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