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Houston Texans Long Snapper Jon Weeks Added To 2016 Pro Bowl Roster.

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Three Texans will be in Honolulu for the Pro Bowl at the end of January.

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Every position on the football field is important, even the long snapper. The Houston Texans found out they now have a Pro Bowl long snapper in Jon Weeks.

Weeks is making his first appearance in the NFL's all-star game, which will be held on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Week, a six-year veteran, set career-highs in special teams tackles (eight) and fumble recoveries (one) in the regular season. Weeks passed former Texan Bryan Pittman (95) for the eighth-most career regular season games played in franchise history.

Weeks was selected by Mike McCarthy and the Green Bay Packers' coaching staff as a 'need' position.  He joins Texans teammates J.J. Watt and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins on the team.

Weeks has this to say after learning of the honor: