Cincinnati, OH (FOX19) - For a second straight season Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham is headed to the Pro Bowl. Gresham has been named to replace Steelers tight end Heath Miller.
Gresham had career highs in 2012 with 64 catches and 737 receiving yards.
"It's great to hear Jermaine is joining our group," said Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis. "He's been a very fine player ever since we drafted him, and he keeps getting better every week."
Gresham joins AJ Green and Geno Atkins in Honolulu.
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