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NFL announces 2021 Pro Bowl rosters

The annual all star game won’t take place like normal, but we still get Pro Bowl rosters.

A general view of the Pro Bowl Logo on the field at Camping World Stadium before the start of 2018 Pro Bowl Game between the AFC Team against the NFC Team on January 28, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images

The NFL is not holding a physical 2021 Pro Bowl to close the season, but there will be something to celebrate the best in the league. The NFL partnered with EA SPORTS to create a Pro Bowl experience using Madden NFL 21.

And so that means we get Pro Bowl rosters. Well, that and the fact that player contracts have bonuses connected to getting voted to the Pro Bowl, so they weren’t going to just ignore it entirely.

The final tally is complete and the NFL announced 2021 Pro Bowl rosters on Monday evening. Voting consisted of fan, player, and coach voting, with each counting one-third the final tally. The All Pro teams are a better indicator of the best-of-the-best, but Pro Bowl honors are still worth noting and celebrating.

26 players on this year’s rosters are making their first appearance in the Pro Bowl. Additionally, the NFC team include two rookies: defensive end Chase Young and wide receiver Justin Jefferson. Finally, four of the six quarterbacks are under the age of 26, which is pretty cool. Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson are the two grizzled veterans.

Players in bold are the starters.


AFC Pro Bowl rosters 2021

Pos Name
Pos Name
QB Josh Allen, Buffalo
QB Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City
QB Deshaun Watson, Houston
WR Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers
WR A.J. Brown, Tennessee
WR Stefon Diggs, Buffalo
WR Tyreek Hill, Kansas City
RB Nick Chubb, Cleveland
RB Derrick Henry, Tennessee
RB Josh Jacobs, Las Vegas
FB Patrick Ricard, Baltimore
TE Travis Kelce, Kansas City
TE Darren Waller, Las Vegas
OT Orlando Brown, Baltimore
OT Eric Fisher, Kansas City
OT Laremy Tunsil, Houston
OG Joel Bitonio, Cleveland
OG David DeCastro, Pittsburgh
OG Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis
C Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis
C Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh
DE Joey Bosa, Los Angeles Chargers
DE Frank Clark, Kansas City
DE Myles Garrett, Cleveland
DT Calais Campbell, Baltimore
DT Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh
DT Chris Jones, Kansas City
OLB Bradley Chubb, Denver
OLB Matthew Judon, Baltimore
OLB T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh
ILB Tremaine Edmunds, Buffalo
ILB Darius Leonard, Indianapolis
CB Xavien Howard, Miami
CB Stephon Gilmore, New England
CB Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore
CB Tre’Davious White, Buffalo
FS Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh
FS Justin Simmons, Denver
SS Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City
P Jake Bailey, New England
K Justin Tucker, Baltimore
LS Morgan Cox, Baltimore
RS Andre Roberts, Buffalo
ST Matthew Slater, New England


NFC Pro Bowl rosters 2021

Pos Name
Pos Name
QB Kyler Murray, Arizona
QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
QB Russell Wilson, Seattle
WR Davante Adams, Green Bay
WR DeAndre Hopkins, Arizona
WR Justin Jefferson, Minnesota
WR DK Metcalf, Seattle
RB Dalvin Cook, Minnesota
RB Aaron Jones, Green Bay
RB Alvin Kamara, New Orleans
FB Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco
TE Evan Engram, New York Giants
TE T.J. Hockenson, Detroit
OT Terron Armstead, New Orleans
OT David Bakhtiari, Green Bay
OT Trent Williams, San Francisco
OG Elgton Jenkins, Green Bay
OG Andrus Peat, New Orleans
OG Brandon Scherff, Washington
C Jason Kelce, Philadelphia
C Frank Ragnow, Detroit
DE Brandon Graham, Philadelphia
DE Cameron Jordan, New Orleans
DE Chase Young, Washington
DT Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia
DT Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams
DT Grady Jarrett, Atlanta
OLB Khalil Mack, Chicago
OLB Jason Pierre-Paul, Tampa Bay
OLB Za’Darius Smith, Green Bay
ILB Bobby Wagner, Seattle
ILB Fred Warner, San Francisco
CB Jaire Alexander, Green Bay
CB James Bradberry, New York Giants
CB Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans
CB Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams
FS Quandre Diggs, Seattle
SS Jamal Adams, Seattle
SS Budda Baker, Arizona
P Jack Fox, Detroit
K Younghoe Koo, Atlanta
LS Tyler Ott, Seattle
RS Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago
ST Nick Bellore, Seattle