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C.J. Ham's Duluth Denfeld graduation picture. Howie /

Vikings fullback C.J. Ham of Duluth has been named to the 2024 NFL Pro Bowl Games, the league announced today. He will join Vikings teammates Danielle Hunter and Andrew DePaola, who were named to the initial all-star roster Jan. 3, on the NFC Team. Ham is replacing 49ers FB Kyle Juszczyk, who is heading to Super Bowl LVIII with San Francisco.

"It's such an honor to go back to the NFL Pro Bowl Games and represent the Vikings with my guys, Andrew and Danielle," Ham said. "In this league, to even be considered for this game is a huge honor that I definitely don't take lightly.

"My family and I are really looking forward to making some more memories in Orlando," he added. "SKOL Vikings!"

This will mark the second career Pro Bowl for Ham, who also participated following the 2019 season.

A native of Duluth, Ham first joined Minnesota as a tryout player in 2016 and made his regular-season debut in 2017.

He played in his 100th career game in Week 4 at Carolina, moving into second all-time for games played by a Vikings fullback, passing Harold Morrow (99 games) and trailing only Bill Brown (180). Ham is just the fourth undrafted offensive player in franchise history to reach 100 games played, joining Mick Tingelhoff (240 games), Leo Lewis (140) and Adam Thielen (135).

Ham, who was voted a third-time team captain in 2023, appeared in all 17 games for the Vikings this season. He led the NFC's fullbacks in overall offensive grade and pass block grade, according to analytics site a Pro Football Focus, and his run block grade ranked second in the conference.