Chiefs’ tight end Kendall Gammon is going to the Pro Bowl he won’t be lining up in a two point stance. Gammon is a special teams’ selection by Steelers head coach Bill Cowher, who will bring him to Honolulu for his long-snapping abilities. The NFL allows coaches of the Pro Bowl to select a “need” player in specialty positions if none of the other selections can perform tasks like snapping and holding kicks. Gammons has played in 208 consecutive games as a long-snapper. His is the longest current streak in the NFL. Gammons joins teammates Tony Gonzalez, Tony Richardson, Brian Waters, Willie Roaf and Will Shields who are also going to the Pro Bowl.