The NFL's most recent crop of Pro Bowl selections is in Orlando, Florida this week preparing for Sunday's Pro Bowl game at Camping World Stadium. Included in the group of NFL stars are San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk, tight end George Kittle, and defensive tackle DeForest Buckner.

Juszczyk, a starter, and Kittle, a reserve, were selected to the league's annual all-star game in December. Buckner earned a trip to Orlando after Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox suffered an injury during postseason play.

49ers team reporter Keiana Martin was with the trio as they posed for photos and as Kittle tried to rock two pairs of shades.


Juszczyk finished the 2018 season with 30 rushing yards on eight carries to go along with his 30 receptions for 324 yards and a touchdown.

Kittle set a new NFL single-season record in 2018 for receiving yards by a tight end. He registered 88 receptions for 1,377 yards with five touchdowns this past season.

Buckner finished the 2018 season with a career-high 12 sacks to go along with his 67 combined tackles and three passes defensed. He became the first 49ers player since 2012 to have 10-or-more sacks in a single season.

The 2019 Pro Bowl kicks off on January 27 at noon Pacific and will be aired on ESPN and ABC.