It’s the first career Pro Bowl appearance for the 2020 fourth-round draft pick.
Dallas Cowboys guard Zack Martin (70) and center Tyler Biadasz (63) communicate before a second quarter snap against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a Wild Card Playoff game at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, January 16, 2023.(Tom Fox / Staff Photographer)
A third member of the Cowboys’ 2020 draft class is now a Pro Bowler.
Center Tyler Biadasz, a former fourth-round pick from Wisconsin, will attend the Pro Bowl Games this week as an alternate. Six other Cowboys players, including wide receiver CeeDee Lamb and cornerback Trevon Diggs, are scheduled to be in Las Vegas for the All-Star festivities.
Lamb and Diggs were drafted in the 2020 first and second round, respectively. Right guard Zack Martin, linebacker Micah Parsons, defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence and kick returner KaVontae Turpin also are scheduled to represent the Cowboys.
Running back Tony Pollard (ankle) was originally chosen but will skip the event following surgery last week.
Biadasz has developed into a reliable starter on the Dallas offensive line. He suffered a high ankle sprain in Week 17 but returned after one missed game to start both Cowboys playoff contests. He participated in all but one offensive snap this postseason, the only exception coming when running back Ezekiel Elliott aligned at center on a final, failed gadget play against the San Francisco 49ers.
Biadasz’s first career Pro Bowl invite came as an alternate.
He replaced Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, who is preparing for the Super Bowl.