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2023 NFL Pro Bowl AFC NFC rosters - The leagues top players
Pro Bowl selections for all 32 teams: Full AFC, NFC rosters
Who was snubbed from the Pro Bowl rosters? Our panel picks the biggest surprises
2023 NFL Pro Bowl AFC, NFC rosters: The leagues top players
The rosters for the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl have been leaking out since Monday with the full reveal coming Wednesday evening. ThePhiladelphia Eagleshad the most selections with eight players (six starters). TheDallas Cowboysand theKansas City Chiefswere next with seven selections each.
The Pro Bowl is determined by a combination of votes by fans, coaches and players. Dolphins receiverTyreek Hill, Chiefs quarterbackPatrick Mahomes, Vikings receiverJustin Jeffersonand Chiefs tight endTravis Kelceall received top votes from fans and made their respective teams.
The NFL announced in September that it would no longer play a conventional football game at the Pro Bowl and is instead opting for a rebranded series of events that will include multiple skill competitions in addition to three flag football games. Peyton Manning has been named the AFC coach and will be joined by Hall-of-Famer Ray Lewis as his defensive coordinator and Mexico Womens Flag National Team quarterback Diana Flores as offensive coordinator. Eli Manning was named the NFC coach alongside DeMarcus Ware as defensive coordinator and U.S. Womens Flag National Team quarterback Vanita Krouch as offensive coordinator.
The Pro Bowl is scheduled for Feb. 5 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas (ABC/ESPN).
Heres a team-by-team look at the players chosen for this seasons game. Analysis of top snubs ishere:
Pro Bowlers:Josh Allen, QB (2),Stefon Diggs, WR (3),Mitch Morse, C (1),Jordan Poyer, S (1)
For the Bills, this year marks long-awaited nods for Morse and Poyer, both of whom are over the age of 30 and making their first Pro Bowls. Poyer was named first-team All-Pro for the first time last season. He is tied for fifth in the league with four interceptions. Morse is a leader on the offensive line and has started every game he has played (108). The nods for Allen and Diggs were expected, but it is notable this is a third straight season for Diggs, meaning he has been named to the Pro Bowl each year he has played in Buffalo.
Did you know?The Bills did not have any player leading at his position in the fan vote, which counts for a third of the voting process alongside coaches and players. Despite that, four Bills made the roster, which is two more than last year (LTDion Dawkinsand Diggs).-- Alaina Getzenberg
Pro Bowlers:Tyreek Hill, WR (7),Terron Armstead, OT (4),Xavien Howard, CB (4)
Hill received the second-most votes of any player with more than 293,000 votes -- a much-deserved honor after setting a career high in receiving yards through just 14 games. Armstead was the Dolphins most important free agent signing and has solidified the NFLs worst offensive line from a season ago. Howards numbers are down slightly from a season ago, but he has still tallied three takeaways as the Dolphins No. 1 cornerback.
Did you know?Last week, Hill became the first player in Dolphins franchise history with 1,500 receiving yards. The now seven-time Pro Bowler is 412 yards away from breaking Calvin Johnsons single-season receiving record of 1,947.-- Marcel Louis-Jacques
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Reflective of the Patriots 7-7 season, the team has just one Pro Bowler. This is Judons fourth consecutive Pro Bowl and his second straight with the Patriots. He has a career-high 14.5 sacks this season, becoming the fourth Patriots player with back-to-back 10-plus sack totals after reaching 12.5 sacks in his first season with the Patriots in 2021. Perennial Pro Bowl special teamerMatthew Slaterhad his spot go to the JetsJustin Hardee.
Did you know?Andre Tippett is the only Patriots player to record more sacks in a season than Judon. The Pro Football Hall of Famer recorded 18.5 sacks in 1984 and 16.5 sacks in 1985.-- Mike Reiss
Pro Bowlers:Sauce Gardner, CB (1); Justin Hardee, DB (1),C.J. Mosley, ILB (5);Quinnen Williams, DT (1)
Its uncommon for the Jets to have multiple Pro Bowlers. The previous time it occurred was 2018 (SJamal Adams, KRAndre Roberts, KJason Myers). Come to think of it, the Jets usually dont have one Pro Bowler, let alone two or three. This ends a two-year drought for the Jets. Gardner and Williams were both named starters. Gardner is a strong candidate for NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, and Williams (11 sacks) should be in the conversation for NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
Did you know?Gardner is the first Jets rookie to make the Pro Bowl since S Erik McMillan in 1988.-- Rich Cimini
Pro Bowlers:Justin Tucker, K (6),Patrick Ricard, FB (4),Mark Andrews, TE (3),Marlon Humphrey, CB (3),Devin Duvernay, Returner (2),Roquan Smith, MLB (1)
This marks the fourth straight season that Baltimore, with six players named to the Pro Bowl, has had at least five selections. Smith, who was acquired in a midseason trade with the Bears, is going to his first Pro Bowl in his fifth NFL season. Smith is the leagues sixth-best tackler (130 tackles), and the Ravens have allowed the second-fewest points (13.3) in six games with him. Andrews is the best tight end in football not namedTravis Kelce, and he now has been to more Pro Bowls than any other Ravens tight end. Ricard, who is a dominating blocker for the NFLs second-best run game, was named to his fourth straight Pro Bowl, the longest active streak on the team. Humphrey is one of the most versatile corners in the game with three interceptions and three sacks. Duvernay received the Pro Bowl nod one day after sustaining a foot injury that will sideline him for the rest of the regular season. The biggest snub was guardKevin Zeitler, who didnt make the Pro Bowl for the 11th consecutive season despite leading his position in fan voting.
Did you know?Tucker, the best kicker in the game, is closing in on another distinction. He was named to his sixth Pro Bowl, which ranks second all time among pure place-kickers, behind only Hall of Famer Morten Andersen, a seven-time Pro Bowl selection. This selection also puts Tucker in elite company with the Ravens. There have only been five players in franchise history who have been named to more Pro Bowls than Tucker: linebacker Ray Lewis (12), offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden (11), safety Ed Reed (nine), guard Marshal Yanda (eight) and linebackerTerrell Suggs(seven).-- Jamison Hensley
Pro Bowlers:Joe Burrow, QB (1),JaMarr Chase, WR (2),Trey Hendrickson, DE (2)
For the second straight year, the Bengals had three players earn Pro Bowl nods. Burrow headlines this years group. The third-year player and former No. 1 overall pick was named to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career. Chase and Hendrickson return as Pro Bowlers for the second consecutive season. All three dealt with injuries at various points of the season, but their on-field merits were enough to give them the necessary votes for the honor.
Did you know?Burrow is the first Cincinnati quarterback to reach the Pro Bowl sinceAndy Daltonin 2016-- Ben Baby
Pro Bowlers:Joel Bitonio, OG (5),Nick Chubb, RB (4),Myles Garrett, DE (4)
For the third straight year, Bitonio, Chubb and Garrett will be representing the Browns. Bitonio, who hasnt missed an offensive snap since the 2016 season, is the ninth Brown to be named to five consecutive Pro Bowls, joining former Cleveland greats like Jim Brown, Lou Groza and Otto Graham. Chubb is third in the league in rushing, and with 1,252 yards, remains within striking distance of his first NFL rushing title. Garrett, who leads the NFL in pass rush win rate among edge rushers, also received the most Pro Bowl votes among AFC edge rushers.
Did you know?Chubb is one of three Cleveland running backs to make four consecutive Pro Bowls, joining Jim Brown (Pro Bowler from 1957 to 1965) and Leroy Kelly (Pro Bowler from 1966 to 1971).-- Jake Trotter
Pro Bowlers:T.J. Watt, OLB (4),Minkah Fitzpatrick, FS, (3)
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In a roller-coaster season, Fitzpatrick has been a constant force in the Steelers secondary. He started the season with a pick-six in Week 1 and is currently second in interception yards (94) and tied for fifth in interceptions (four). Despite missing eight games on injured reserve, Watt was named to the Pro Bowl a year after earning NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors. In an abbreviated season, Watt has 4 sacks, 2 interceptions and 29 total tackles.
Did you know?The Steelers have sent multiple players to the Pro Bowl for 22 consecutive seasons.--Brooke Pryor
Tunsil has been the Texans best player by a landslide. For him to be named to the Pro Bowl from a one-win team shows how dominant hes been. Each week, Tunsil locked down the opposing teams best pass-rusher. And it wasnt like the competition he battled was weak. Tunsil didnt allow a sack against Raiders defensive endsMaxx Crosby(11.5) andChandler Jones(4.5), who have combined for 16 sacks this season.
Did you know?Last season, the Texans didnt have any players make the Pro Bowl, which snapped a 17-year streak (2004 to 2020) of having at least one. --DJ Bien-Aime
The Colts had an NFL-high seven Pro Bowl selections in 2021. Having just one in 2022 speaks to the depths of the teams struggles this season. The Colts have lost seven of their past eight games and are in the midst of one of their worst seasons in the past decade. Nelson is part of an offensive line which had its worst season in years, and he did not personally play to his usual high standards. But his reputation as one of the stoutest blockers in the game likely helped his candidacy.
Did you know?Nelson became the first Colts player to make the Pro Bowl in each of his first five seasons. He also becomes the first offensive lineman in the NFL to do so sinceZack Martin(2014 to 2018). Wide receiver Reggie Wayne was the last Colts player selected to five consecutive Pro Bowls, earning spots from 2006 to 2010.-- Stephen Holder
LinebackerFoyesade Oluokunand punterLogan Cookeare the two players with the best argument to make the Pro Bowl. Oluokun leads the NFL with 156 total tackles (111 solo), the only player with more than 100 solos entering Week 16. Oluokun led the NFL in tackles last season with Atlanta before signing a three-year, $45 million free agent contract with the Jaguars. Cooke is third in the NFL in punt average (50.6) and fifth in net punt average (50.1).
Did you know?The Jaguars have had 10 players make the Pro Bowl over the past 10 seasons. Eight have been defensive players: LB Paul Posluszny, CB A.J. Bouye, DECalais Campbell(three times), DTMalik Jackson, DEYannick Ngakoue, CBJalen Ramsey(twice), LB Telvin Smith and LB/DEJosh Allen. WRsAllen Robinson(2015) andDJ Chark(2019) are the only offensive players who have made the Pro Bowl.-- Michael DiRocco
Pro Bowlers:Derrick Henry, RB (3),Jeffery Simmons, DL (2)
Everything revolved around Henry on offense this season, so its no wonder he is their lone offensive starter in the Pro Bowl. Henry bounced back from a Jones fracture that cost him nine games last season. He has rushed for 1,303 yards and 12 touchdowns. Despite playing most of the season with an injured ankle, Simmons followed his 2021 Pro Bowl selection with 7.5 sacks. He is on pace to surpass his career-high 8.5 sack total, set last season. The fourth-year defensive lineman also has 12 quarterback hits and nine tackles for a loss this season.
Did you know?Henrys third Pro Bowl selection ties him withChris Johnsonfor the third most by a running back in Oilers/Titans franchise history.-- Turron Davenport
This could be the start of a long Pro Bowl run for Surtain, who Hall of Famer Champ Bailey says will be a perennial selection. In his second season, Surtain, who was named to the All-Rookie Team last season, is one of the teams most important players -- a versatile, smart, skilled cornerback who is as big as almost any receiver he faces. Through 14 games, even as some quarterbacks have chosen to avoid him, Surtain has 55 tackles, 10 pass defenses and 2 interceptions.
Did you know?Surtain is the first Broncos cornerback to be selected to the Pro Bowl sinceChris Harris Jr. in 2018 and is the first Broncos cornerback to be selected to the Pro Bowl in his second year in the league since Deltha ONeal in 2001.-- Jeff Legwold
Pro Bowlers:Orlando Brown Jr., OT (4);Creed Humphrey, C (1),Chris Jones, DT (4).Travis Kelce, TE (8),Patrick Mahomes, QB (5),Joe Thuney, G (1),Tommy Townsend, P (1).
The seven selections match the Chiefs highest total since 2013, when they sent 10 players to the Pro Bowl. They also had seven selections in 2016 and 2020. Mahomes is on pace for his second career 5,000-yard season and is a strong candidate for the leagues MVP. Kelce was selected for the eighth time, tying him with Pro Football Hall of Famers Buck Buchanan and Willie Lanier for sixth-most in franchise history. Jones is tied for seventh with 11 sacks and is tied for first among players who line up mostly at an interior line position. Townsend is second in average yards per punt at 51.8 and is first in net average at 46.5. The Chiefs had three offensive linemen chosen, including first-time Pro Bowl selections in Humphrey and Thuney.
Did you know?The Chiefs three offensive line selections tie a team record set in 2003 and 2004, when guards Will Shields and Brian Waters and tackle Willie Roaf were selected. Shields and Roaf are members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.-- Adam Teicher
Pro Bowlers:Davante Adams, WR (6),Maxx Crosby, DE (2),Josh Jacobs, RB (2)
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If Crosby is the heart of the Raiders defense, Adams and Jacobs are the lifeblood of Las Vegas offense. Crosby, a Day 3 draft pick in 2019, is first in tackles for loss (19) and forced fumbles (3), second in tackles (77) and third in sacks (a career-high 11.5) among all NFL defensive linemen. Adams, acquired in a blockbuster offseason trade, is tied for the league lead in touchdown catches (12) and is second in 100-yard receiving games (7). He has 86 catches for 1,275 yards. Jacobs, in a contract year, is leading the NFL in rushing yards (1,495) and scrimmage yards (1,858).
Did you know?Crosby, the reigning Pro Bowl defensive MVP, became the first Raider selected as MVP since quarterback Rich Gannon won the award in consecutive years, 2001 and 2002.-- Paul Gutierrez
Pro Bowlers:Derwin James Jr., S (3),Khalil Mack, OLB/Edge (7)
James, who became the highest-paid safety in NFL history before the season, is among the most versatile defensive players in the league, lining up as a safety, cornerback -- outside and in the slot -- as well as inside and outside linebacker. I dont look at Derwin as a safety, Chargers coach Brandon Staley said about the fifth-year pro. I look at Derwin as an impact player. Despite missing two games because of a quadriceps injury, James has 106 tackles, 4 sacks, 4 pass deflections, 1 interception and 2 forced fumbles. Eager to prove he has plenty remaining in the tank, Mack started the season fast with three sacks and a forced fumble against the Raiders, the organization that drafted him fifth overall in 2014. This season, his first in L.A., Mack has 7 sacks, as well as 2 pass deflections, 2 forced fumbles and 2 fumble recoveries.
Did you know?James made his mark in November, becoming the first defensive back in 30 years and the first player in a decade to have 30 tackles, multiples sacks (2), an interception and a forced fumble (2) in the month. He earned AFC Defensive Player of the Month for his effort. Mack has earned Pro Bowl recognition for all three teams hes played for, and this is his second time earning the honor while teamed with Staley, who was his position coach in 2018 with theChicago Bears.-- Lindsey Thiry
Pro Bowlers:Zack Martin, G (8),DeMarcus Lawrence, DE (3),Micah Parsons, LB (2),Trevon Diggs, CB (2),CeeDee Lamb, WR (2),Tony Pollard, RB (1),KaVontae Turpin, WR (1)
No true surprises here, but maybe some mild upsets with the selections of Lawrence, who has six sacks, and Pollard, who is closing in on 1,000 yards and started just three games. The voters deserve credit for looking past statistics and focusing on their all-around play. Martins eighth selection is tied for sixth-most in franchise history and continues this remarkable stat: He has more Pro Bowl appearances than holding penalties (six) in his career. Parsons 13 sacks makes him a candidate for Defensive Player of the Year. And the price goes up with the Cowboys first two picks in 2020, Lamb and Diggs, who have made the game the past two years. Turpin wasnt able to match his two returns for touchdowns in the preseason but he has been effective.
Did you know?Pollard is a backup running back and has made just three starts, withEzekiel Elliottmissing two games because of injury and another for a minor disciplinary reason. But he is not the Cowboys first backup running back to make it to the Pro Bowl. In 2007, Marion Barber did not start a game behind Julius Jones but had 10 touchdowns and 975 rushing yards. Pollard is 31 yards shy of 1,000 on the season and his 12 touchdowns are more than he recorded in the first three years of his career combined.-- Todd Archer
Pro Bowlers:Saquon Barkley, RB (2);Dexter Lawrence, DT (1)
The Giants had two players reach the Pro Bowl after getting zero last year. Progress. It also means left tackleAndrew Thomasand kickerGraham Ganowere snubbed. Barkleys inclusion is the culmination of perseverance after three straight injury-filled seasons. His previous Pro Bowl selection came as a rookie. It shows the respect of your peers, respect of the fans, a thankful Barkley said. Lawrence earned his first selection by taking his game to another level this season. Hes tied for fifth in the NFL with 24 quarterback hits and already set a career high with 6.5 sacks.
Did you know?Lawrence is the first Giants defensive lineman to reach the Pro Bowl sinceJason Pierre-Paulin 2012. Hes their first interior lineman to earn the nod since Eric Howard in 1990.-- Jordan Raanan
Pro Bowlers:Jalen Hurts, QB (1),Miles Sanders, RB (1),Landon Dickerson, OG (1),Haason Reddick. LB (1),Jason Kelce, C (6),Darius Slay, CB (5),Lane Johnson, RT (4),A.J. Brown, WR (2)
Four of the Eagles eight Pro Bowlers got the nod for the first time, led by Hurts, who put himself in the MVP conversation as arguably the most effective dual-threat player in the game. His running mate in the backfield, Sanders, is one of several Eagles enjoying career years, having already set highs in rushing yards (1,110) and rushing touchdowns (11). Its no surprise Hurts and Sanders have had such big years running behind this offensive line, with three-fifths of the unit getting selected to the Pro Bowl.
Did you know?Hurts has scored 35 total touchdowns, including 13 rushing, which is one shy of the all-time single-season mark set by Cam Newton. No signal-caller in the NFC has generated more touchdowns than Hurts. Brown, his good friend, set a career high for receiving yards in a season with 1,201.-- Tim McManus
Pro Bowlers:Jonathan Allen, DT (2);Tress Way, P (2);Jeremy Reaves, ST (1),Terry McLaurin, WR (1)
The biggest surprise is that McLaurin finally earned the recognition he deserves. McLaurin, who is the only reserve of the bunch, topped 1,000 yards receiving for the third time in four seasons, despite never having played with a top quarterback. Allen leads all tackles with 19 for a loss, one more than teammateDaron Payne, a first alternate. Allen also has 6.5 sacks. Way is first in punts inside the 20-yard line, tied for third on punts inside the 10 and ranks eighth in net average (43.06). Reaves is a terrific story: He has been with Washington since 2018, but this was the first year he made the team out of training camp.
Did you know?McLaurin is the first Washington receiver to be named to the Pro Bowl since Santana Moss in 2005 and only the third overall since 1991. This is the first time Washington has not had an offensive lineman named to the Pro Bowl since 2011 -- former Washington linemenTrent Williamsand guardBrandon Scherffcombined to make it the past 10 seasons. Reaves is the first special teams non-punter to make the Pro Bowl since Lorenzo Alexander in 2012. Allen is the first Washington defensive lineman to make it in consecutive years since end Charles Mann in 1989. --John Keim
The Bears did not have a player selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time in five years. They are the only team in the NFC North without a representative after Minnesota earned five Pro Bowl selections and Green Bay and Detroit had one each. Prior to sustaining a Lisfranc injury on Nov. 27, ChicagosEddie Jacksonled all NFC safeties in fan voting.
Did you know?Former Bears linebackerRoquan Smith, who was traded to the Ravens in November, was named to his first Pro Bowl. Smiths 2.5 sacks in eight games remains the second-most by any Bears defender this season. Chargers edge rusherKhalil Mack, who was traded in March, earned his eighth Pro Bowl honor.-- Courtney Cronin
For the second time of his career, Ragnow was named to the Pro Bowl. Coming off an injury-riddled 2021 season, when he was limited to four games after undergoing toe surgery, Ragnow has bounced back as the leader of the Lions offensive line. He was also named to the Pro Bowl and earned second team All-Pro honors in 2020.
Did you know?Although the Lions got off to a 1-6 start, theyve emerged as one of the hottest teams in the NFL, winning six of their past seven games for the first time since 2016 with Ragnow anchoring the offensive line. Ragnow hasnt allowed a sack since the 2019 season.-- Eric Woodyard
After missing all but four games last season because of a shoulder injury, Alexander has begun to round back into his 2020 form, when he not only made his first Pro Bowl but also was a second-team All-Pro. Despite missing a game and a half this season, he is tied for fifth with a career-high four interceptions and is tied for eighth in the league with 12 pass breakups. Early in the season, defensive coordinator Joe Barry was hesitant to match up against one receiver for an entire game, but when the Packers pass defense struggled, Barry has matched Alexander at times.
Did you know?This is the first time since 2013 the Packers have not had multiple Pro Bowl selections. Running back Eddie Lacy was the lone pick that year.-- Rob Demovsky
Pro Bowlers:Kirk Cousins, QB (4),Justin Jefferson, WR (3), LBZaDarius Smith(3), TET.J. Hockenson(2) and LSAndrew DePaola(1)
Cousins appearance here might surprise those who have watched only parts of the Vikings season. Its true that he ranks No. 19 among NFL quarterbacks with a 51.6 Total QBR, the lowest mark hes had after Week 15 in his career. But he has also led seven fourth-quarter comebacks, most recently throwing for 417 yards and four touchdown passes after halftime of the Vikings historic victory over the Colts. Cousins has as much to do with the Vikings 11-3 record as anyone on the team. Jefferson, who is leading the NFL in receptions (111) and yards (1,623), was a no-brainer. Smith has 10 sacks and leads the NFL with 49 quarterback hurries and Hockenson has the second-most catches (65) and yards (730) for a tight end in the NFL this season.
Did you know?Jefferson has earned three consecutive trips to the Pro Bowl, joining Randy Moss as the only receiver in franchise history to do so. But he has much bigger goals on his mind. He said this week that he believes he deserves to be named a first-team All-Pro. I want to be recognized as one of the top players in the league, he said. Definitely I felt like I should have had it last year. My first year, I understand. [It was] my rookie year. But last year I felt I should have got it. It is what it is, at the end of the day. Nothing I can have control over. But it definitely drives me even more when I didnt get that first team.-- Kevin Seifert
Lindstrom probably should have been named to his first Pro Bowl last season, but one of the most underrated guards in the game finally picked up his first nod. Lindstrom is one of the most consistent interior linemen in the NFL and a big reason why Atlanta has the No. 3 rushing attack in the league. It would definitely mean a ton, Lindstrom told ESPN earlier this week. You always want to do team accomplishments before individual, but it would be a great honor. Its something that every player in the league is striving for on a personal level.
Did you know?Lindstrom is the first Falcons offensive lineman to make the Pro Bowl since 2018, when offensive tackleJake Matthewsand center Alex Mack made the team. Its the second straight year a Falcons offensive player made the Pro Bowl after tight endKyle Pittsdid so as a rookie last season.-- Michael Rothstein
Burns has shown why the Panthers turned down two future first-round picks at the trade deadline to keep him. He leads the team in sacks (10.5), tackles for loss (14) and quarterback hits (18). He is fourth among defensive ends in sacks. And hes only 24, so his best years likely are ahead of him as he continues to develop as a pass-rusher. He made the Pro Bowl as an alternate last season but was voted in as a starter this time. Hell be a tone-setter for whoever the Panthers next coach is moving forward.
Did you know?Burns is best known for his Spiderman pose after sacks, but his real passion beyond superheroes is dogs. Hes got several of his own and hes formed the Route 53 Dawg Rescue Foundation, an organization to rescue battered, neglected dogs and pair them with homes.-- David Newton
This selection has been long overdue for the 33-year-old, who has had a career resurgence since signing with New Orleans prior to the 2019 season. Davis was a first-team All-Pro in 2019 and made second-team All-Pro twice, but somehow a Pro Bowl selection has always eluded him. He has 89 total tackles this season (tied for 43rd in the NFL), 6.5 sacks, 1 interception and 1 fumble recovery. He is also the teams Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee.
Did you know?This is the fewest number of players the Saints have had voted to the Pro Bowl since 2016 when only Drew Brees made the roster. Its also the first time defensive endCameron Jordanhas not been voted to the roster since that season. The good: Davis is the first Saints linebacker to be voted to the Pro Bowl since Jonathan Vilma in 2010 and he unlocked a $500,000 contract incentive in the process. The bad? While his 6.5 sacks are a career-high, they also lead the team -- not ideal when three of its defensive ends are former first-round picks.-- Katherine Terrell
Drafted by the Buccaneers 13th overall in 2020, Wirfs has an exceptional mix of size and physical skills, propelling him to immediate full-time starting status his rookie season and a key role in the Bucs Super Bowl LV run. Wirfs produced a 93.2% pass block win rate in 2022, fourth-best in the NFL, before suffering a high ankle sprain thats kept him out the past three games. Hes also surrendered just one sack all season, tied for the best mark in the NFL. His 895 pass-blocking wins in 44 regular-season games is also ranked sixth among offensive tackles in that time span. In 2021, he was named an AP All-Pro. This is his second consecutive Pro Bowl selection.
Did you know?Wirfs is just the third offensive lineman in Buccaneers history to receive multiple Pro Bowl selections, joining Tony Mayberry (three) and Davin Joseph (two). He is also the only one of the group to be selected multiple times in his first three seasons.-- Jenna Laine
In a dismal season, Baker was one of the lone bright spots for the Cardinals. He continued to grow as a safety and a leader on a defense that needed both desperately. He leads the Cardinals in tackles and has 2 interceptions, 6 pass defenses, 2 quarterback hits, 1 forced fumble and 1 tackle for loss. Its his fourth straight Pro Bowl nod.
Did you know?Baker is the only safety in the NFL to be named to the Pro Bowl in each of the past four seasons.-- Josh Weinfuss
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Donald has missed the Rams past three games while dealing with a high ankle sprain, but his Pro Bowl streak continues for the ninth consecutive season. In 11 games this season, Donald has five sacks, 10 tackles for a loss, 11 quarterback hits and a forced fumble. Donalds nine Pro Bowl selections are the third-most in Rams history behind defensive tackle Merlin Olsen (14) and left guard Tom Mack (11).
Did you know?Donalds nine Pro Bowl nods tie him with Randy White (14 seasons) and Alan Page (15 seasons) for the seventh-most among defensive tackles in NFL history.-- Sarah Barshop
Pro Bowlers:Trent Williams, OT, (10);Kyle Juszczyk, FB (7);George Kittle, TE (4);Nick Bosa, DE (3);Fred Warne.