Minnesota Vikings FB C.J. Ham has been named to the 2024 NFL Pro Bowl Games, replacing FB Kyle Juszczyk of the San Francisco 49ers who is unable to participate due to the Super Bowl. It marks Ham’s second career Pro Bowl selection, appearing in his first Pro Bowl following the 2019 season.

Ham, who was voted a team captain for the third time in his career in 2023, appeared in all 17 games for the Vikings this season. Among all fullbacks, he led the NFC in overall offensive grade and pass block grade, according to Pro Football Focus, and his run block grade ranked second in the conference.

A Duluth, Minn., native, Ham played in his 100th career game in Week 4 at Carolina, moving into second all-time for career games played by a Vikings fullback, passing Harold Morrow (99 games) and trailing only Bill Brown (180). Ham is just the fourth Vikings undrafted offensive player to reach 100 games played, joining Mick Tingelhoff (240 games), Leo Lewis (140) and Adam Thielen (135). In his career, Ham has recorded 104 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 37 attempts and hauled in 77 receptions for 635 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Ham is the third Viking slated to participate in this year’s Pro Bowl Games, joining OLB Danielle Hunter and LS Andrew DePaola, and he is the 10th Pro Bowl selection under Vikings Head Coach Kevin O’Connell.

The NFC and AFC teams will face off in the 2024 Pro Bowl Games on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2024, at 3 p.m. ET at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.

(info courtesy of Vikings)

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