EAGLES LEAD NFL WITH EIGHT SELECTIONS ON THE 2022/23 PRO BOWL
PRO BOWL GAMES WEEK CULMINATES WITH FIRST-EVER AFC-NFC FLAG GAMES
AT ALLEGIANT STADIUM IN LAS VEGAS ON SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts received a boost to getting named League MVP by being named the NFC starter for the 2022/23 Pro Bowl games.
Hurts has led the Eagles to a 13-1 record and the front runner to land the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Super Bowl playoffs.
Hurts will not start in the Birds NFC East game Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington because of a sprained should he suffered against the Chicago Bears last Sunday.
The Birds have four players making debut as a Pro Bowl selection including Hurts, guard Landon Dickerson, running back Miles Sanders and linebacker Haason Reddick.
Jason Kelce is making his sixth appearance and tackle Lane Johnson, his fourth. Cornerback Darius Slay has been named five times and wide receiver A.J. Brown twice.
The NFL today announced the AFC and NFC rosters for the 2023 Pro Bowl Games presented by Verizon.
The players from each conference will compete in a series of exciting Pro Bowl Skills competitions throughout the week and the first-ever AFC vs. NFC Flag football games on Sunday, February 5, at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
The 2023 Pro Bowl Games will begin with both new and fan-favorite Skills live on ESPN from 7:00-8:30 PM ET on Thursday, February 2, and continue on Sunday with Skills and Flag games from 3:00-6:00 PM ET on ESPN and ABC.
Visit probowl.com/tickets to buy tickets and watch the NFL's best players in person.
Roster selections are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group's vote counts one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players.
The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its All-Stars. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online All-Star voting in 1995.
Thirty teams had at least one player selected to the 2023 Pro Bowl Games roster and 18 clubs had multiple players chosen as All-Stars.
The PHILADELPHIA EAGLES led all teams with eight Pro Bowl selections while the DALLAS COWBOYS and KANSAS CITY CHIEFS each had seven players chosen. Three additional teams – the BALTIMORE RAVENS (six), MINNESOTA VIKINGS (five) and SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (six) – each placed at least five players on the Pro Bowl roster.
Four of the six quarterbacks selected to the initial roster – Buffalo's JOSH ALLEN, Cincinnati's JOE BURROW, Philadelphia's JALEN HURTS and Kansas City's PATRICK MAHOMES – are age 27 or younger.
Mahomes earned his fifth-consecutive Pro Bowl selection while Minnesota's KIRK COUSINS was selected to his fourth Pro Bowl. Seattle quarterback GENO SMITH was chosen for his first Pro Bowl in his 10th career season and became the first quarterback since Rich Gannon (1999) to earn his first Pro Bowl selection in Year 10 or later of his career.
San Francisco's TRENT WILLIAMS was selected to his 10th Pro Bowl, the most among players chosen for the initial roster, becoming the ninth offensive lineman ever with at least 10 career Pro Bowl selections.
Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman AARON DONALD was selected to his ninth career Pro Bowl and is the only defensive lineman ever to make the Pro Bowl in each of his first nine seasons. Only Pro Football Hall of Famers Reggie White (13) and Bruce Smith (11) have more Pro Bowl selections among defensive linemen all-time.
Miami wide receiver TYREEK HILL was selected to his seventh consecutive Pro Bowl and he joins A.J. Green as the only wide receivers to earn Pro Bowl honors in each of their first seven career seasons.
Cincinnati's JA'MARR CHASE and Dallas' MICAH PARSONS were named to their second-consecutive Pro Bowl since entering the NFL in 2021 while four other second-year players – Philadelphia's LANDON DICKERSON, San Francisco's TALANOA HUFANGA, Kansas City's CREED HUMPHREY and Denver's PAT SURTAIN II – each earned their first Pro Bowl selections.
Twenty-five of the players selected to the Pro Bowl today are first-time All-Stars, including rookie cornerbacks SAUCE GARDNER of the New York Jets and TARIQ WOOLEN of the Seattle Seahawks. It marks the second time ever that two rookie cornerbacks made the initial Pro Bowl roster (1982 Pro Bowl - Pro Football Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott and Everson Walls).
EAGLES LEAD NFL WITH EIGHT PRO BOWL SELECTIONS
Three of five starting O-linemen
A.J. Brown Wide Receiver (2)
Landon Dickerson Guard (1)
Jalen Hurts Quarterback (1)
Lane Johnson Tackle (4)
Jason Kelce Center (6)
Haason Reddick Outside Linebacker (1)
Miles Sanders Running Back (1)
Darius Slay Cornerback (5)
2023 PRO BOWL PLAYERS BY CLUB
PLAYER * POSITION * No. of PRO BOWLS
Budda Baker Strong Safety (5)
Chris Lindstrom Guard (1)
Mark Andrews Tight End (3)
Devin Duvernay Return Specialist (2)
Marlon Humphrey Cornerback (3)
Patrick Ricard Fullback (4)
Roquan Smith Inside/Middle Linebacker (1)
Justin Tucker Placekicker (6)
Josh Allen Quarterback (2)
Stefon Diggs Wide Receiver (3)
Mitch Morse Center (1)
Jordan Poyer Strong Safety (1)
Defensive End (2)
Joe Burrow Quarterback (2)
Ja’Marr Chase Wide Receiver (2
Trey Hendrickson Defensive End (2)
Joel Bitonio Guard (5)
Nick Chubb Running Back (4)
Myles Garrett Defensive End (4)
Trevon Diggs Cornerback (2)
CeeDee Lamb Wide Receiver (2)
Demarcus Lawrence Defensive End (3)
Zack Martin Guard (8)
Micah Parsons Outside Linebacker (2)
Tony Pollard Running Back (1)
KaVontae Turpin Return Specialist (1)
Pat Surtain II Cornerback (1)
Frank Ragnow Center (2)
GREEN BAY (1)
Jaire Alexander Cornerback (2)
Laremy Tunsil Tackle (3)
Quenton Nelson Guard (5)
KANSAS CITY (7)
Orlando Brown Tackle (4)
Creed Humphrey Center (1)
Chris Jones Interior Lineman (4)
Travis Kelce Tight End (8)
Patrick Mahomes Quarterback (5)
Joe Thuney Guard (1)
Tommy Townsend Punter (1)
LAS VEGAS (3)
Davante Adams Wide Receiver (6)
Maxx Crosby Defensive End (2)
Josh Jacobs Running Back (2)
LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (2)
Derwin James Strong Safety (3)
Khalil Mack Outside Linebacker (7)
LOS ANGELES RAMS (1)
Aaron Donald Interior Lineman (9)
Terron Armstead Tackle (4)
Tyreek Hill Wide Receiver (7)
Xavien Howard Cornerback (4)
Kirk Cousins Quarterback (4)
T.J. Hockenson Tight End (2)
Justin Jefferson Wide Receiver (3)
Za’Darius Smith Outside Linebacker (3)
NEW ENGLAND (1)
Matthew Judon Outside Linebacker (4)
NEW ORLEANS (1)
Demario Davis Inside/Middle Linebacker (1)
NEW YORK GIANTS (4)
Saquon Barkley Running Back (2)
Dexter Lawrence Interior Lineman (1)
NEW YORK JETS (4)
Sauce Gardner Cornerback (1)
Justin Hardee Special Teamer (1)
C.J. Mosley Inside/Middle Linebacker (5)
Quinnen Williams Interior Lineman (1)
Minkah Fitzpatrick Free Safety (3)
T.J. Watt Outside Linebacker (5)
SAN FRANCISCO (6)
Nick Bosa Defensive End (3)
Talanoa Hufanga Strong Safety (1)
Kyle Juszczyk Fullback (7)
George Kittle Tight End (4)
Fred Warner Inside/Middle Linebacker (2)
Trent Williams Tackle 10
Quandre Diggs Free Safety (3)
Jason Myers Kicker (2)
Geno Smith Quarterback (1)
Tariq Woolen Cornerback (1)
TAMPA BAY (1)
Tristan Wirfs Tackle (2)
Morgan Cox Long Snapper (5)
Derrick Henry Running Back (3)
Jeffery Simmons Interior Lineman (2)
Jonathan Allen Interior Lineman (2)
Terry McLaurin Wide Receiver (1)
Jeremy Reaves Special Teamer (1)
Tress Way Punter (2)
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