Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner and safety Kam Chancellor were added to the NFC Pro Bowl roster tonight. Browner will replace Carlos Rogers and Chancellor will replace Dashon Goldson. Both are unable to participate due to injury.
Browner started all 16 games, recording a team-high six interceptions and added 54 tackles (51 solo). He set the club single-season record for interception return yards in a season with 220 (Dave Brown, 179 in 1984). He became the first Seattle player since Josh Wilson in 2009 to return two interceptions for a touchdown in one season. Browner also tied a club record with interceptions in four consecutive games.
In his second season, first as a starter, Chancellor started and played in 15 games, finishing second on the club with 94 tackles (73 solo) and tied for second with four interceptions. He helped improve a defense that ranked 27th versus the pass in 2010 to rank 11th in 2011.