It looks like Tyrod Taylor and Eric Wood will have another one of their teammates joining them in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl.
Wood tweeted his congratulations to left guard Richie Incognito on Monday night, seemingly for being named to the lineup for Sunday's game.
NFL Network's Jeff Darlington tweeted that Incognito will replace the Arizona Cardinals' Mike Iupati in the game, which takes place at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu on Sunday (7 p.m., ESPN).
Incognito, 32, turned a one-year contract from the Bills into one of the best seasons of his 10-year career. Incognito took every offensive snap for the Bills, joining Wood as the only two players on the team to do that, and graded out as one of the best guards in the NFL, according to analytics website Pro Football Focus.
Incognito is now a two-time Pro Bowler, also having made the game following the 2012 season.
Of the four Bills who were named Pro Bowl alternates – Incognito, Wood, Taylor and defensive tackle Marcell Dareus – three of them have made the game. Buffalo's lone elected representative, running back LeSean McCoy, has backed out of the contest because of a knee injury.