Although the Packers did not have any players voted to the 2006 Pro Bowl, four Packers players were chosen as alternates.
If other players at their position go down with injuries or cannot make the Feb. 12 AFC-NFC All-Star game, Al Harris, Chad Clifton, William Henderson and Mike Flanagan will replace them.
Routinely matched up against the offense's best receiver, Harris has recorded 16 passes defended, two interceptions and three sacks this year. He has never made the trip to Hawaii before.
The 11-year veteran Henderson made his first trip last year. He has served as a valuable blocker and receiver in 2005 with 29 catches for 254 yards.
Flanagan and Clifton helped anchor an offensive line that has surrendered only 19 sacks. Flanagan made the Pro Bowl following the 2003 regular season. The Feb. 12 game would mark Clifton's first Pro Bowl.