Packers, Chiefs, Ravens, And Seahawks Lead Pro Bowl Selections


The Packers, Chiefs, Ravens and Seahawks each had a league-high seven players selected to the 2021 Pro Bowl.

Kansas City's Patrick Mahomes and Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers were designated as the starting quarterbacks for their respective conferences. Each is a strong contender for league MVP; Mahomes leads the NFL in passing yards with 4,462, and Rodgers is tops in touchdowns with 40.

Mahomes is joined in the AFC by quarterbacks Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills and Deshaun Watson of the Houston Texans. For the NFC, it's Rodgers, Seattle's Russell Wilson and Arizona's Kyler Murray.

Oh and in case you forgot—there will be no Pro Bowl game this season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, players will be celebrated on January 31 during two Pro Bowl-themed shows airing on an ESPN/ABC simulcast, with a virtual Pro Bowl experience within the Madden NFL 21 video game.

Other notable selections include Titans running back Derrick Henry, the NFL's leading rusher, and highly productive receivers KeenanAllen of the Chargers and Stefon Diggs of the Bills for the AFC's offense. On defense, linebackers T.J. Watt of Pittsburgh and DariusLeonard of Indianapolis, Dolphins ball-hawking cornerback Xavien Howard and Browns end Myles Garrett made the squad.

In the NFC it was Arizona wideout DeAndre Hopkins, Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, Saints running back Alvin Kamara and Eagles center Jason Kelce, New Orleans defensive end Cameron Jordan, Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, 49ers linebacker Fred Warner, Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey and Arizona safety Budda Baker.

At the other end of the spectrum, the Dallas Cowboys were among five teams without a Pro Bowl player, the others being the Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals and Carolina Panthers.

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