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The Official Update for Pro Bowl 2015

Pro Bowl

The full roster for this year’s Pro Bowl was announced last night, and not everyone made the cut.

Pro Bowl

This is the second year for the non-conference format – the league opted to vote for captains instead of the usual AFC vs NFC contest.

Although it’s a little lackluster compared to the Super Bowl, it’s still a chance for bettors to win some cash and fans to see some great gameplay.

The players will be making some money too – they aren’t playing in it just out of the goodness of their hearts.

 

 

They’ve released some mockups of the uniforms that the players will be sporting on Sunday too. A lot of people are advising the Browns to adopt one of these styles to avoid being “worst dressed” in the league again next year. Poor Browns.

Pro Bowl Uniforms

 

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Without further ado, let’s get into the official roster of the 2015 Pro Bowl.

The Pro Bowl Roster

Here are the top players you can expect to see on the field this Sunday:

Offense

Quarterback

  • Tony Romo, Dallas
  • Matt Ryan, Atlanta
  • Matthew Stafford, Detroit

Running back

  • C.J. Anderson, Denver
  • Mark Ingram, New Orleans
  • DeMarco Murray, Dallas (Captain)

Wide receiver

  • Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants
  • Golden Tate, Detroit
  • Emmanuel Sanders, Denver
  • Randall Cobb, Green Bay

Tight end

  • Jimmy Graham, New Orleans
  • Jason Witten, Dallas

Fullback 

  • Marcel Reece, Oakland

Tackles

  • Joe Thomas, Cleveland
  • Tyron Smith, Dallas
  • Trent Williams, Washington

Guard

  • Kyle Long, Chicago
  • Zack Martin, Dallas
  • Marshal Yanda, Baltimore

Center

  • Travis Frederick, Dallas
  • Nick Mangold, New York Jets

 

Defense

Defensive end

  • Robert Quinn, St. Louis
  • Cameron Wake, Miami
  • DeMarcus Ware, Denver

Defensive Tackles

  • Geno Atkins, Cincinnati
  • Aaron Donald, St. Louis
  • Sheldon Richardson, New York Jets

Outside linebacker

  • Elvis Dumervil, Baltimore
  • Clay Matthews, Green Bay
  • Von Miller, Denver

Inside linebacker

  • Luke Kuechly, Carolina
  • D’Qwell Jackson, Indianapolis

Cornerback

  • Vontae Davis, Indianapolis
  • Brent Grimes, Miami
  • Joe Haden, Cleveland
  • Chris Harris Jr., Denver

Safeties

  • Eric Weddle, San Diego
  • Mike Adams, Indianapolis
  • T.J. Ward, Denver

Special Teams

Punter 

  • Kevin Huber, Cincinnati

Placekicker

  • Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis

Return specialist

  • Darren Sproles, Philadelphia

Special teamer

  • Darrell Stuckey, San Diego

Long-snapper

  • L.P. Ladouceur, Dallas

Captain

  • Cris Carter

Coach

  • John Harbaugh, Baltimore

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Written by Courtney Cassel

Courtney loves the Bears, despite the fact they've sucked most of this season. But she finds redemption in being a loyal Habs fan, and I guess those Raptors aren't too shabby either ;)

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