The Tennessee Titans had three players selected to the Pro Bowl for the 2017 season.
Punter Brett Kern, who is averaging 51.6 yards per punt this season, is a first-time selection to the game, which will be played on Jan. 29 in Orlando, Fla. Kern is a first-time selection for the game in his 10th NFL season.
Defensive end Jurrell Casey has 50 tackles and five sacks for the Titans and is headed to the game for the third time in his career.
Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan is headed to the Pro Bowl for the second consecutive season.
The Titans had a number of other candidates worthy of Pro Bowl consideration, who did not make the cut. Some could be considered as alternates. Among those worthy of consideration included linebacker Wesley Woodyard (116 tackles, 5 sacks), safety Kevin Byard (6 interceptions) and tight end Delanie Walker (68 receptions).