The 2014 Pro Bowl draft will kick off on Tuesday night for Day 1 of the the two-day event. There are plenty of late changes being made to the pool of draft eligible players for the all-star game and Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is the latest to be added to the mix
The Cowboys made the announcement on Monday night.
Murray will be replacing San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore. Murray becomes just the third Cowboys running back to make the game since 1999. Marion Barber was named to the Pro Bowl in 2007, while Emmitt Smith was named to the all-star game in 1999.
There are now a total of five Cowboys who will be representing the team in Hawaii, including Murray, wide receiver Dez Bryant, offensive tackle Tyron Smith, defensive lineman Jason Hatcher and tight end Jason Witten.