Colts’ Jeff Saturday named to Pro Bowl

Colts center Jeff Saturday has been named to the 2011 Pro Bowl.

Saturday is replacing Pittsburgh center Maurkice Pouncey, whose club has advanced to Super Bowl XLV.

Saturday, a 12-year veteran with the Colts, has had four previous Pro Bowl nominations. Saturday was voted to the AFC squad following the 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009 seasons.

Saturday joined the club in 1999 as a free agent. He has started 172 of 181 career games, and he has participated in 130 career victories with Indianapolis, the third-highest total by any Colts player since 1953 (141, QB-Peyton Manning; 132, QB-John Unitas).

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