Chiefs rookie safety Eric Berry became one of the final Pro Bowl additions late Sunday night. 

Following a stellar college career at Tennessee, Berry made 92 tackles and intercepted four passes in his first season in the National Football League in 2010. 

Berry, who ended his Vols career 15 yards shy of the NCAA Interception Return Yards record, returned his only pick-six 54 yards during the Chiefs route of the Titans in Week 16. 

Joining Berry in Hawaii will be Pro Bowl regular, Peyton Manning; Texans running back Arian Foster, who emerged from nowhere to lead the NFL in rushing in 2010; Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo, who led the NFL in tackles with 175; and, finally, Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, who led all tight ends in receiving yards in 2010. 

Packers offensive tackle, Chad Clifton was chosen for the Pro Bowl, but he'll be playing in the Super Bowl the following week. 

These Vols for Life continue to make the big orange nation proud on a weekly basis.