Iupati, Staley only 49ers named to Pro Bowl

Dec 23, 2014 at 5:19 PM--


It was announced Tuesday that guard Mike Iupati and tackle Joe Staley were the only San Francisco 49ers named to the Pro Bowl.

Safety Antoine Bethea, guard Alex Boone, linebacker Chris Borland, running back Frank Gore, and defensive lineman Justin Smith are all listed as alternates.






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