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The NFL today announced the AFC and NFC All-Stars for the 2022 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon, which kicks off at 3:00 PM ET on Sunday, February 6, and will be televised on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC. Tickets are available now on ProBowl.comand will allow fans special benefits on gameday including access to the Pro Bowl Red Carpet and other family friendly activities.

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.

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Twenty-six teams had at least one player selected to the 2022 Pro Bowl roster and 23 clubs had multiple players chosen as All-Stars. The INDIANAPOLIS COLTS led all teams with seven Pro Bowl selections while the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS and LOS ANGELES CHARGERS each had six players chosen. Five teams – the BALTIMORE RAVENS, CLEVELAND BROWNS, DALLAS COWBOYS, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS and TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS – each placed five players on the Pro Bowl roster.Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY was selected to his 15th Pro Bowl, the most of any player ever, while Green Bay’s AARON RODGERS was selected to his 10th Pro Bowl. Each of the four other quarterbacks selected – the Los Angeles Chargers’ JUSTIN HERBERT, Baltimore’s LAMAR JACKSON, Kansas City’s PATRICK MAHOMES and Arizona’s KYLER MURRAY – are under the age of 27.

Thirty-one of the players selected to the Pro Bowl today are first-time All-Stars, including four rookies – wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE of the Cincinnati Bengals, linebacker MICAH PARSONS of the Dallas Cowboys, tight end KYLE PITTS of the Atlanta Falcons and tackle RASHAWN SLATER of the Los Angeles Chargers.

Minnesota’s JUSTIN JEFFERSON was named to his second-consecutive Pro Bowl since entering the league in 2020 while five other second-year players – Dallas’ TREVON DIGGS, Baltimore’s DEVIN DUVERNAY, Herbert, Indianapolis’ JONATHAN TAYLOR and Tampa Bay’s TRISTAN WIRFS – each earned their first Pro Bowl selections.

The 2022 Pro Bowl coaching staffs will be from the losing teams in the AFC and NFC Divisional playoffs with the best regular-season records.

Leading up to the game, the NFL will host a series of Pro Bowl Week festivities, bringing free experiences and activities to fans in Las Vegas. A number of events will also be focused on celebrating football at all levels. Pro Bowl Week festivities will include Pro Bowl Practice, Play Football Opening Night, the NFL FLAG Championships presented by Subway, the East-West Shrine Bowl (televised on NFL Network), the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown (televised on ESPN) and Community Day.

More details around how fans can get involved with Pro Bowl Week festivities will be announced at a later date. Visit ProBowl.com for the latest event details.

2022 PRO BOWL PLAYERS BY POSITION

 (*First-time Pro Bowl selection; Bold/Italic: Starter)

AFC

OFFENSE (21)

 

QUARTERBACKS (3)

TIGHT ENDS (2)

*

Justin Herbert, L.A. Chargers

Mark Andrews, Baltimore

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore

Travis Kelce, Kansas City

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City

TACKLES (3)

WIDE RECEIVERS (4)

Orlando Brown, Kansas City

Keenan Allen, L.A. Chargers

*

Dion Dawkins, Buffalo

*

Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati

*

Rashawn Slater, L.A. Chargers

Stefon Diggs, Buffalo

Tyreek Hill, Kansas City

GUARDS (3)

Joel Bitonio, Cleveland

RUNNING BACKS (3)

Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis

Nick Chubb, Cleveland

*

Wyatt Teller, Cleveland

*

Joe Mixon, Cincinnati

*

Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis

CENTERS (2)

Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis

FULLBACK (1)

*

Corey Linsley, L.A. Chargers

Patrick Ricard, Baltimore

DEFENSE (18)

 

DEFENSIVE ENDS (3)

 

INSIDE/MIDDLE LINEBACKERS (2)

*

Maxx Crosby, Las Vegas

Darius Leonard, Indianapolis

Myles Garrett, Cleveland

*

Denzel Perryman, Las Vegas

*

Trey Hendrickson, Cincinnati

CORNERBACKS (4)

INTERIOR LINEMEN (3)

Xavien Howard, Miami

DeForest Buckner, Indianapolis

*

J.C. Jackson, New England

Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh

*

Kenny Moore, Indianapolis

Chris Jones, Kansas City

Denzel Ward, Cleveland

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (3)

FREE SAFETY (1)

Joey Bosa, L.A. Chargers

Kevin Byard, Tennessee

Matthew Judon, New England

T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh

 

STRONG SAFETIES (2)

 

Derwin James, L.A. Chargers

 

Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City

SPECIALISTS (5)

 

PUNTER (1)

 

RETURN SPECIALIST (1)

*

AJ Cole, Las Vegas

*

Devin Duvernay, Baltimore

 

 

 

PLACEKICKER (1)

 

SPECIAL TEAMER (1)

Justin Tucker, Baltimore

Matthew Slater, New England

 

LONG SNAPPER (1)

*

Luke Rhodes, Indianapolis

 

2022 PRO BOWL PLAYERS BY POSITION

 (*First-time Pro Bowl selection; Bold/Italic: Starter)

NFC

OFFENSE (21)

 

QUARTERBACKS (3)

 

TIGHT ENDS (2)

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay

George Kittle, San Francisco

Kyler Murray, Arizona

*

Kyle Pitts, Atlanta

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay

 

 

TACKLES (3)

WIDE RECEIVERS (4)

Tyron Smith, Dallas

Davante Adams, Green Bay

 

Trent Williams, San Francisco

Justin Jefferson, Minnesota

*

Tristan Wirfs, Tampa Bay

*

Cooper Kupp, L.A. Rams

 

*

Deebo Samuel, San Francisco

 

GUARDS (3)

*

Ali Marpet, Tampa Bay

RUNNING BACKS (3)

 

Zack Martin, Dallas

Alvin Kamara, New Orleans

 

Brandon Scherff, Washington

James Conner, Arizona

 

Dalvin Cook, Minnesota

 

CENTERS (2)

*

Ryan Jensen, Tampa Bay

 

FULLBACK (1)

 

Jason Kelce, Philadelphia

 

Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco

 

DEFENSE (18)

 

DEFENSIVE ENDS (3)

INSIDE/MIDDLE LINEBACKERS (2)

Nick Bosa, San Francisco

*

Micah Parsons, Dallas

*

Brian Burns, Carolina

Bobby Wagner, Seattle

Cameron Jordan, New Orleans

CORNERBACKS (4)

INTERIOR LINEMEN (3)

*

Trevon Diggs, Dallas

*

Jonathan Allen, Washington

Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans

Kenny Clark, Green Bay

Jalen Ramsey, L.A. Rams

Aaron Donald, L.A. Rams

Darius Slay, Philadelphia

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (3)

FREE SAFETY (1)

Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay

Quandre Diggs, Seattle

Chandler Jones, Arizona

Robert Quinn, Chicago

STRONG SAFETIES (2)

Budda Baker, Arizona

Harrison Smith, Minnesota

SPECIALISTS (5)

 

PUNTER (1)

 

RETURN SPECIALIST (1)

*

Bryan Anger, Dallas

*

Jakeem Grant, Chicago

 

PLACEKICKER (1)

 

SPECIAL TEAMER (1)

*

Matt Gay, L.A. Rams

*

J.T. Gray, New Orleans

LONG SNAPPER (1)

*

Josh Harris, Atlanta

 

2022 PRO BOWL PLAYERS BY CLUB

PLAYER

POSITION

PRO BOWLS

ARIZONA (4)

Budda Baker

Strong Safety

4

James Conner

Running Back

2

Chandler Jones

Outside Linebacker

4

Kyler Murray

Quarterback

2

ATLANTA (2)

Josh Harris

Long Snapper

1

Kyle Pitts

Tight End

1

BALTIMORE (5)

Mark Andrews

Tight End

2

Devin Duvernay

Return Specialist

1

Lamar Jackson

Quarterback

2

Patrick Ricard

Fullback

3

Justin Tucker

Placekicker

5

BUFFALO (2)

Dion Dawkins

Tackle

1

Stefon Diggs

Wide Receiver

2

CAROLINA (1)

Brian Burns

Defensive End

1

CHICAGO (2)

Jakeem Grant

Return Specialist

1

Robert Quinn

Outside Linebacker

3

CINCINNATI (3)

Ja’Marr Chase

Wide Receiver

1

Trey Hendrickson

Defensive End

1

Joe Mixon

Running Back

1

CLEVELAND (5)

Joel Bitonio

Guard

4

Nick Chubb

Running Back

3

Myles Garrett

Defensive End

3

Wyatt Teller

Guard

1

Denzel Ward

Cornerback

2

DALLAS (5)

Bryan Anger

Punter

1

Trevon Diggs

Cornerback

1

Zack Martin

Guard

7

Micah Parsons

Inside/Middle Linebacker

1

Tyron Smith

Tackle

8

GREEN BAY (3)

Davante Adams

Wide Receiver

5

Kenny Clark

Interior Lineman

2

Aaron Rodgers

Quarterback

10

INDIANAPOLIS (7)

DeForest Buckner

Interior Lineman

2

Ryan Kelly

Center

3

Darius Leonard

Inside/Middle Linebacker

3

Kenny Moore

Cornerback

1

Quenton Nelson

Guard

4

Luke Rhodes

Long Snapper

1

Jonathan Taylor

Running Back

1

KANSAS CITY (6)

Orlando Brown

Tackle

3

Tyreek Hill

Wide Receiver

6

Chris Jones

Interior Lineman

3

Travis Kelce

Tight End

7

Patrick Mahomes

Quarterback

4

Tyrann Mathieu

Strong Safety

3

LAS VEGAS (3)

AJ Cole

Punter

1

Maxx Crosby

Defensive End

1

Denzel Perryman

Inside/Middle Linebacker

1

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (6)

Keenan Allen

Wide Receiver

5

Joey Bosa

Outside Linebacker

4

Justin Herbert

Quarterback

1

Derwin James

Strong Safety

2

Corey Linsley

Center

1

Rashawn Slater

Tackle

1

LOS ANGELES RAMS (4)

Aaron Donald

Interior Lineman

8

Matt Gay

Placekicker

1

Cooper Kupp

Wide Receiver

1

Jalen Ramsey

Cornerback

5

MIAMI (1)

Xavien Howard

Cornerback

3

MINNESOTA (3)

Dalvin Cook

Running Back

3

Justin Jefferson

Wide Receiver

2

Harrison Smith

Strong Safety

6

NEW ENGLAND (3)

J.C. Jackson

Cornerback

1

Matthew Judon

Outside Linebacker

3

Matthew Slater

Special Teamer

10

NEW ORLEANS (4)

J.T. Gray

Special Teamer

1

Cameron Jordan

Defensive End

7

Alvin Kamara

Running Back

5

Marshon Lattimore

Cornerback

4

PHILADELPHIA (2)

Jason Kelce

Center

5

Darius Slay

Cornerback

4

PITTSBURGH (2)

Cameron Heyward

Interior Lineman

5

T.J. Watt

Outside Linebacker

4

SAN FRANCISCO (5)

Nick Bosa

Defensive End

2

Kyle Juszczyk

Fullback

6

George Kittle

Tight End

3

Deebo Samuel

Wide Receiver

1

Trent Williams

Tackle

9

SEATTLE (2)

Quandre Diggs

Free Safety

2

Bobby Wagner

Inside/Middle Linebacker

8

TAMPA BAY (5)

Shaquil Barrett

Outside Linebacker

2

Tom Brady

Quarterback

15

Ryan Jensen

Center

1

Ali Marpet

Guard

1

Tristan Wirfs

Tackle

1

TENNESSEE (1)

Kevin Byard

Free Safety

2

WASHINGTON (2)

Jonathan Allen

Interior Lineman

1

Brandon Scherff

Guard

5

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