CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – For the second consecutive year, former Harvard football standout Kyle Juszczyk '13 has been selected to the NFL Pro Bowl. The game will be played Jan. 28 in Orlando, Florida at Camping World Stadium.
The NFL announced the rosters for the 2018 game Tuesday night with Juszczyk earning the starting role as the NFC's fullback. Juszczyk joins center Matt Birk '98 (six selections) as the only two former Harvard football players to earn multiple Pro Bowl selections in their NFL careers.
Juszczyk, a 2017 Pro Bowl selections with the Baltimore Ravens, joined the San Francisco 49ers last off season via free agency. In his first year with his new team, Juszczyk has started nine games and played in 12. Categorized as an "offensive weapon" by San Francisco general manager John Lynch, Juszczyk has caught 24 passes for 220 yards and one score this season. He also has rushed for 31 yards on seven carries.
While at Harvard, Juszczyk earned numerous first team All-America honors after posting 52 receptions for 706 receiving yards (13.6 avg.) and eight TDs, tied for the second-highest total in a single season in Harvard history.