Unbuilt Commander FS Jeremy Reaves makes NFL Pro Bowl
Being named to the Pro Bowl as a starter is always one of the highest personal honors an NFL player can achieve. Although the game has practically lost its appeal over the years and has become a laughing stock in the eyes of fans and former players alike, the selection process, along with hearing the news for the first time, has makes sense for current multiplayer.
It’s never been clearer than in Washington, where head coach Ron Rivera’s camera crew personally delivered the news to a few of his men, capturing the heartfelt moment in real time.. Each player’s reaction is priceless, but Jeremy Reaves’ means the most to everyone. And it’s good to see some good things News occasionally out of Washington.
Reaves is an untrained free agent who signed with Washington in 2018 and has been on the team’s training team for the past few years. It’s been an uphill battle for Reaves in the NFL. After losing his biggest supporter, motherin November 2021, this season means a lot more for free safety.
Position/unit doesn’t matter, whether it’s special team, attack or defense. Being named a Pro Bowl starter still affects players, as it means you’ve gotten somewhere. You are recognized by the league as one of the best, if not the best, in your position. Every player tries (or should) achieve that goal when they turn pro.
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While Pro Bowl Sunday isn’t what it used to be, having the opportunity to hear your name named as a Pro Bowl starter is something to be proud of and excited about. While there is no longer a traditional game played on Pro Bowl weekend as it has been replaced by a contest of skill, it still seems equally important. Some players have been in the league for years and never entered the professional league as a backup or alternative. So it’s nice to see such a hard-working young man, whom all the players seem to love, achieve such a feat.