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2014 Pro Bowl Players Announced

Posted Dec 27, 2013


NEW YORK -- The 2014 Pro Bowl, featuring a significantly revised format, will be played on Sunday, January 26, 2014 and televised live on NBC at 7:00 PM ET from Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

For the first time, the Pro Bowl will be “unconferenced.” Gone is the familiar AFC vs. NFC match-up that has existed since 1971. Instead, players were selected without regard to conference in voting by fans, coaches and players.  

The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers placed a league-best eight players each in the Pro Bowl, which will be held prior to the Super Bowl for the fifth consecutive year and serve as the signature kickoff event of Super Bowl week. 

The Pro Bowl players were determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counted one-third toward determining the 86 Pro Bowl selections announced today. Two additional “need” players will be chosen by each head coach and must be long snappers. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its all-star teams. In 1995, the NFL became the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting.  

As part of the new format, players will be assigned to teams through the Pro Bowl Draft, which will air on Wednesday, January 22 on NFL Network (8:00 PM ET). Pro Football Hall of Famers JERRY RICE and DEION SANDERS will serve as alumni team captains for their Pro Bowl squads – Team Rice and Team Sanders – and have final say over draft decisions. The NFL legends will each be assisted by two active player captains and one NFL.com fantasy football champion in the draft process.  

The six quarterbacks selected to the 2014 Pro Bowl are New England’s TOM BRADY (9th Pro Bowl selection), New Orleans’ DREW BREES (8th), Denver’s PEYTON MANNING (13th), Carolina’s CAM NEWTON (2nd), San Diego’s PHILIP RIVERS (5th) and Seattle’s RUSSELL WILSON (2nd).  

The six 2014 Pro Bowl running backs are JAMAAL CHARLES of Kansas City (3rd), MATT FORTÉ of Chicago (2nd), FRANK GORE of San Francisco (5th), MARSHAWN LYNCH of Seattle (4th), LE SEAN MC COY of Philadelphia (2nd) and ADRIAN PETERSON of Minnesota (6th). Completing the backfield at the fullback position are Oakland’s MARCEL REECE (2nd) and Carolina’s MIKE TOLBERT (1st).  

The eight wide receivers selected as All Stars are ANTONIO BROWN of Pittsburgh (2nd), DEZ BRYANT of Dallas (1st), JOSH GORDON of Cleveland (1st), A.J. GREEN of Cincinnati (3rd), ANDRE JOHNSON of Houston (7th), CALVIN JOHNSON of Detroit (4th), BRANDON MARSHALL of Chicago (5th) and DEMARYIUS THOMAS of Denver (2nd). Brown was also selected as one of the two punt returners, joining Philadelphia’s DeSean Jackson (2010 Pro Bowl) as the only players to be named to the Pro Bowl team at two different positions in the same season.  

The four tight ends for the 2014 Pro Bowl are Cleveland’s JORDAN CAMERON (1st), San Francisco’s VERNON DAVIS (2nd), New Orleans’ JIMMY GRAHAM (2nd) and Denver’s JULIUS THOMAS (1st).  

On the offensive line, the six guards are JAHRI EVANS (5th) and BEN GRUBBS (2nd) of New Orleans, MIKE IUPATI of San Francisco (2nd), LOGAN MANKINS of New England (6th), LOUIS VASQUEZ of Denver (1st) and MARSHAL YANDA of Baltimore (3rd).  

The four centers selected as All Stars are Carolina’s RYAN KALIL (4th), Cleveland’s ALEX MACK (2nd), Miami’s MIKE POUNCEY (1st) and Seattle’s MAX UNGER (2nd).  

The six tackles are BRANDEN ALBERT of Kansas City (1st), JASON PETERS of Philadelphia (6th), TYRON SMITH of Dallas (1st), JOE STALEY of San Francisco (3rd), JOE THOMAS of Cleveland (7th) and TRENT WILLIAMS of Washington (2nd).  

On defense, the six defensive ends named to the 2014 Pro Bowl are Carolina’s GREG HARDY (1st), New Orleans’ CAMERON JORDAN (1st), St. Louis’ ROBERT QUINN (1st), Miami’s CAMERON WAKE (3rd), Houston’s J.J. WATT (2nd) and Buffalo’s MARIO WILLIAMS (3rd).  

Filling out the defensive line are interior linemen GERALD MC COY of Tampa Bay (2nd), HALOTI NGATA of Baltimore (5th), DONTARI POE of Kansas City (1st), JUSTIN SMITH of San Francisco (5th), NDAMUKONG SUH of Detroit (3rd) and KYLE WILLIAMS of Buffalo (3rd).  

The four inside linebackers for the 2014 Pro Bowl feature two San Francisco 49ers in NA VORRO BOWMAN (2nd) and PATRICK WILLIS (7th). They’re joined by Cincinnati’s VONTAZE BURFICT (1st) and Carolina’s LUKE KUECHLY (1st).  

The six outside linebackers selected as All Stars include two Kansas City Chiefs in TAMBA HALI (3rd) and JUSTIN HOUSTON (2nd). Joining them are Arizona’s JOHN ABRAHAM (5th), San Francisco’s AHMAD BROOKS (2nd), Indianapolis’ ROBERT MATHIS (5th) and Baltimore’s TERRELL SUGGS (6th).  

Eight cornerbacks were named to the 2014 Pro Bowl. They are BRANDON FLOWERS of Kansas City (1st), BRENT GRIMES of Miami (2nd), JOE HADEN of Cleveland (1st), PATRICK PETERSON of Arizona (3rd), DARRELLE REVIS of Tampa Bay (5th), RICHARD SHERMAN of Seattle (1st), AQIB TALIB of New England (1st) and ALTERRAUN VERNER of Tennessee (1st).  

The secondary is completed by three strong safeties and three free safeties. The All Stars at strong safety are Kansas City’s ERIC BERRY (3rd), Seattle’s KAM CHANCELLOR (2nd) and Pittsburgh’s TROY POLAMALU (8th). The free safeties named to the 2014 Pro Bowl are Buffalo’s JAIRUS BYRD (3rd), Seattle’s EARL THOMAS (3rd) and San Diego’s ERIC WEDDLE (2nd).  

On special teams, the punt returners are Pittsburgh’s Brown and Kansas City’s DEXTER MC CLUSTER (1st). The special teamers are JUSTIN BETHEL of Arizona (1st) and MATTHEW SLATER of New England (3rd). Miami’s BRANDON FIELDS (1st) and St. Louis’ JOHNNY HEKKER (1st) are the Pro Bowl punters. MATT PRATER of Denver (1st) and JUSTIN TUCKER of Baltimore (1st) will handle the kicking duties.  

Twenty-six of the players named to the Pro Bowl today are first-time All Stars. Kansas City leads the way with four first-time Pro Bowl selections in T Albert, CB Flowers, PR McCluster and DT Poe. Carolina (DE Hardy, LB Kuechly, FB Tolbert), Cleveland (TE Cameron, WR Gordon, CB Haden) and Denver (K Prater, TE J. Thomas, G Vasquez) each has three first-time All Stars. Dallas (WR Bryant, T Smith), Miami (P Fields, C Pouncey) and St. Louis (P Hekker, DE Quinn) each has two first-time Pro Bowl selections. Rounding out the first-time All Stars are Arizona ST Bethel, Baltimore K Tucker, Cincinnati LB Burfict, New England CB Talib, New Orleans DE Jordan, Seattle CB Sherman and Tennessee CB Verner.   T

he AFC had 44 different players named All Stars – Pittsburgh’s Brown was selected at two positions – and 41 NFC players were honored.  

Twenty-seven teams had at least one player selected to the 2014 Pro Bowl and 22 clubs had multiple players chosen as All Stars.   Kansas City leads the NFL with five defensive players selected (S Berry, CB Flowers, LB Hali, LB Houston, DT Poe). Four teams tie for the most offensive players chosen with four: Cleveland (TE Cameron, WR Gordon, C Mack, T Thomas), Denver (QB Manning, WR D. Thomas, TE J. Thomas, G Vasquez), New Orleans (QB Brees, G Evans, TE Graham, G Grubbs) and San Francisco (TE Davis, RB Gore, G Iupati, T Staley).  

The 2014 Pro Bowl coaching staffs will be from the losing teams in the AFC and NFC Divisional playoffs with the best regular-season record.  

Under terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, each player on the winning Pro Bowl team receives $53,000, while each player on the losing squad earns $26,000.  

Tickets to the 2014 Pro Bowl are now on sale through www.ticketmaster.com. Fans may also call 1-800-745-3000 or visit the Aloha Stadium box office.


(* First-time Pro Bowl selection)








Tom Brady, New England



Jordan Cameron, Cleveland


Drew Brees, New Orleans



Vernon Davis, San Francisco


Peyton Manning, Denver



Jimmy Graham, New Orleans


Cam Newton, Carolina



Julius Thomas, Denver


Philip Rivers, San Diego





Russell Wilson, Seattle








Branden Albert, Kansas City





Jason Peters, Philadelphia


Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh



Tyron Smith, Dallas


Dez Bryant, Dallas



Joe Staley, San Francisco


Josh Gordon, Cleveland



Joe Thomas, Cleveland


A.J. Green, Cincinnati



Trent Williams, Washington


Andre Johnson, Houston





Calvin Johnson, Detroit





Brandon Marshall, Chicago



Jahri Evans, New Orleans


Demaryius Thomas, Denver



Ben Grubbs, New Orleans





Mike Iupati, San Francisco





Logan Mankins, New England


Jamaal Charles, Kansas City



Louis Vasquez, Denver


Matt Forté, Chicago



Marshal Yanda, Baltimore


Frank Gore, San Francisco





Marshawn Lynch, Seattle





LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia



Ryan Kalil, Carolina


Adrian Peterson, Minnesota



Alex Mack, Cleveland





Mike Pouncey, Miami





Max Unger, Seattle


Marcel Reece, Oakland





Mike Tolbert, Carolina






ENDS (6)





Greg Hardy, Carolina



NaVorro Bowman, San Francisco


Cameron Jordan, New Orleans



Vontaze Burfict, Cincinnati


Robert Quinn, St. Louis



Luke Kuechly, Carolina


Cameron Wake, Miami



Patrick Willis, San Francisco


J.J. Watt, Houston





Mario Williams, Buffalo








Brandon Flowers, Kansas City





Brent Grimes, Miami


Gerald McCoy, Tampa Bay



Joe Haden, Cleveland


Haloti Ngata, Baltimore



Patrick Peterson, Arizona


Dontari Poe, Kansas City



Darrelle Revis, Tampa Bay


Justin Smith, San Francisco



Richard Sherman, Seattle


Ndamukong Suh, Detroit



Aqib Talib, New England


Kyle Williams, Buffalo



Alterraun Verner, Tennessee












John Abraham, Arizona



Jairus Byrd, Buffalo


Ahmad Brooks, San Francisco



Earl Thomas, Seattle


Tamba Hali, Kansas City



Eric Weddle, San Diego


Justin Houston, Kansas City





Robert Mathis, Indianapolis





Terrell Suggs, Baltimore



Eric Berry, Kanas City





Kam Chancellor, Seattle





Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh








Brandon Fields, Miami



Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh


Johnny Hekker, St. Louis



Dexter McCluster, Kansas City












Matt Prater, Denver



Justin Bethel, Arizona


Justin Tucker, Baltimore



Matthew Slater, New England

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