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National Football League
                   === TE Gonzalez named to 14th Pro Bowl ===
 New  York,  NY ( - Tight  end Tony Gonzalez, who has already
 announced  his retirement following 17 stellar seasons, has one more game left
 to play.
 Gonzalez  will suit  up one more time  to represent the Atlanta Falcons at the
 Pro  Bowl  on Sunday.  He was named  as a replacement  for San Francisco 49ers
 tight end Vernon Davis.
 This  is the 14th  Pro Bowl selection for Gonzalez, who was named to the squad
 for a fourth consecutive season. He had 83 receptions for  859 yards and eight
 touchdowns in 16 games this past season.
 In  2013,  Gonzalez (210) joined  Jerry Rice (274) as  the only players in NFL
 history  to catch at least one pass in 200 straight games. He also joined Rice
 as the only players in NFL history with 16 50-catch seasons.
 Originally  a  13th-round pick of  the Chiefs back  in 1997, Gonzalez made his
 debut for Kansas City later that year. He departed following the 2008 campaign
 having  totaled  team records of 916  catches, 10,940 yards and 76 touchdowns,
 along  with  26 games of at  least 100 yards receiving. The California product
 exits  the game as the lone tight end in NFL annals to produce four 1,000-yard
 receiving seasons.
 01/21 23:08:02 ET