MIAMI – Dolphins safety Reshad Jones and defensive back Brent Grimes are both heading to the Pro Bowl.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport first reported that Jones was headed to Hawaii, and the South Florida SunSentinel first reported the Grimes addition Sunday afternoon.
Jones had a monster year for the Dolphins.
He became the first NFL defensive back to have at least 100 tackles, four interceptions and two sacks since 2003.
Jones finished with 135 tackles, five picks and two sacks.
Grimes had a tough season at times, surrendering big plays to Odell Bekham Jr. and Brandon Marshall, among others, but still finished with 49 tackles and four interceptions.
Jones and Grimes will be joined by wide receiver Jarvis Landry and offensive lineman Branden Albert next weekend in Hawaii. The Dolphins' original Pro Bowl selection, Mike Pouncey, pulled out of the game due to injury.