Chris Ivory is Honolulu-bound after all.

The Jets running back will replace Bills’ LeSean McCoy in the Pro Bowl, the team announced Wednesday.

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McCoy is unable participate in the Jan. 31 game at Hawaii’s Aloha Stadium because of injury.

Originally a first alternate when the Pro Bowl rosters were released on Dec. 22, Ivory was the AFC’s leading rusher in 2015, totaling a career-high 1,070 rushing yards. He also caught 30 passes for 217 yards and a TD.

Three Jets were voted to the Pro Bowl: defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (a first-timer), wide receiver Brandon Marshall and cornerback Darrelle Revis. Center Nick Mangold, also a first alternate, was selected to replace Mike Pouncey of the Dolphins due to injury.

Revis, however, will not play because of shoulder soreness. According to a source, Marshall does not plan to play in the all-star game either.