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Reactions to Phillip Lindsay’s historic Pro Bowl selection

The former CU star is having a rookie season to remember.

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Six rookies were selected to Pro Bowl rosters on Tuesday night, but only one of them went undrafted last April. Former Colorado Buffaloes star and current Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay became the FIRST undrafted rookie offensive player in NFL History to be named to the Pro Bowl. Through 14 games, the former Denver South High School product has rushed for 991 yards and nine touchdowns. He also has 230 yards receiving and another score.

Upon hearing the news of his Pro Bowl selection, Lindsay posted the following in Instagram:

Here’s a look at some other reactions:

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Bradley Chubb, Broncos rookie outside linebacker

Ray Crockett, former Denver Broncos cornerback

Jeremy Bloom, former Colorado Buffaloes wide receiver

Mike MacIntyre, former CU head coach & current Ole Miss defensive coordinator

Ed Werder, McCann Award winner & former ESPN reporter

Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Broncos writer for The Athletic