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2013 AFC Pro Bowl roster: League-worst Chiefs will send 5 to Hawaii

The last-place Chiefs and first-place Broncos will send the exact same number of players to Honolulu for the 2013 Pro Bowl next month.

Matt Sullivan

Despite owning an NFL-worst 2-13 record heading into the final week of the 2012 season, the Kansas City Chiefs will send five players to the 2013 Pro Bowl next month.

Safety Eric Berry, linebacker Tamba Hali and punter Dustin Colquitt were voted in as starters for the AFC squad, while running back Jamaal Charles and linebacker Derrick Johnson will represent the Chiefs as reserves.

Berry is a two-time Pro Bowl selection, first making the team in 2010. He has racked up 80 tackles and picked off one pass in 2012. Hali, a seventh-year pro out of Penn State, will make his third trip to Honolulu.

Charles and Johnson will play for AFC for the second time in their careers, while Colquitt is a first-time selection.

The Chiefs close out the season against the first-place Denver Broncos, who will also send five players to Hawaii, on Sunday at 3:25 p.m. CT.