NFL Pro Bowl rosters 2020: Full list of selections, voting results, snubs & alternates for AFC, NFC teams

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The NFL's best individual performers were rewarded for their 2019 contributions with Pro Bowl nominations on Tuesday.

Lamar Jackson was named the AFC's starting quarterback, while Russell Wilson received that honor for the NFC. The Ravens equaled the all-time record for Pro Bowl nods with 12.

Eighty-eight players will participate in the event in total, though a handful of the initial nominees will miss out due to postseason obligations, giving alternates the chance to step in.

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The Pro Bowl, which will be played in Orlando, Fla., is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET on Jan. 26, 2020.

Here are the full Pro Bowl rosters for the AFC and NFC, as well as the biggest snubs and NFL teams that carry the most selections:

Pro Bowl rosters 2020: AFC selections

Offense

Pos.

Player

Team

QB

Lamar Jackson

Ravens

QB

Patrick Mahomes

Chiefs

QB

Deshaun Watson

Texans

RB

Derrick Henry

Titans

RB

Nick Chubb

Browns

RB

Mark Ingram

Ravens

FB

Patrick Ricard

Ravens

WR

Keenan Allen

Chargers

WR

Tyreek Hill

Chiefs

WR

Jarvis Landry

Browns

WR

DeAndre Hopkins

Texans

TE

Mark Andrews

Ravens

TE

Travis Kelce

Chiefs

T

Trent Brown

Raiders

T

Ronnie Stanley

Ravens

T

Laremy Tunsil

Texans

G

David DeCastro

Steelers

G

Quenton Nelson

Colts

G

Marshal Yanda

Ravens

C

Rodney Hudson

Raiders

C

Maurkice Pouncey

Steelers

Defense

Pos.

Player

Team

DE

Joey Bosa

Chargers

DE

Calais Campbell

Jaguars

DE

Frank Clark

Chiefs

DT

Geno Atkins

Bengals

DT

Cameron Heyward

Steelers

DT

Chris Jones

Chiefs

OLB

Von Miller

Broncos

OLB

Matt Judon

Ravens

OLB

T.J. Watt

Steelers

ILB

Darius Leonard

Colts

ILB

Dont'a Hightower

Patriots

CB

Stephon Gilmore

Patriots

CB

Marlon Humphrey

Ravens

CB

Marcus Peters

Ravens

CB

Tre'Davious White

Bills

FS

Minkah Fitzpatrick

Steelers

FS

Earl Thomas

Ravens

SS

Jamal Adams

Jets

Special teams

Pos.

Player

Team

K

Justin Tucker

Ravens

P

Brett Kern

Titans

RS

Mecole Hardman

Chiefs

LS

Morgan Cox

Ravens

ST

Matthew Slater

Patriots

Pro Bowl rosters 2020: NFC selections

Offense

Pos.

Player

Team

QB

Russell Wilson

Seahawks

QB

Drew Brees

Saints

QB

Aaron Rodgers

Packers

RB

Dalvin Cook

Vikings

RB

Christian McCaffrey

Panthers

RB

Ezekiel Elliott

Cowboys

FB

Kyle Juszcyk

49ers

WR

Mike Evans

Buccaneers

WR

Chris Godwin

Buccaneers

WR

Julio Jones

Falcons

WR

Michael Thomas

Saints

TE

George Kittle

49ers

TE

Zach Ertz

Eagles

T

Terron Armstead

Saints

T

David Bakhtiari

Packers

T

Tyron Smith

Cowboys

G

Brandon Brooks

Eagles

G

Zack Martin

Cowboys

G

Brandon Scherff

Redskins

C

Jason Kelce

Eagles

C

Travis Fredrick

Cowboys

Defense

Pos.

Player

Team

DE

Danielle Hunter

Vikings

DE

Nick Bosa

49ers

DE

Cameron Jordan

Saints

DT

Aaron Donald

Rams

DT

Fletcher Cox

Eagles

DT

Grady Jarrett

Falcons

OLB

Chandler Jones

Cardinals

OLB

Khalil Mack

Bears

OLB

Shaquil Barrett

Buccaneers

ILB

Luke Kuechly

Panthers

ILB

Bobby Wagner

Seahawks

CB

Marshon Lattimore

Saints

CB

Richard Sherman

49ers

CB

Darius Slay

Lions

CB

Jalen Ramsey

Rams

FS

Budda Baker

Cardinals

FS

Eddie Jackson

Bears

SS

Harrison Smith

Vikings

Special teams

Pos.

Player

Team

K

Wil Lutz

Saints

P

Tress Way

Redskins

RS

Cordarrelle Patterson

Bears

LS

Rock Lovato

Eagles

ST

Deonte Harris

Saints

NFL Pro Bowl fan voting results 2020

The fan vote counted one-third toward the overall vote to determine each Pro Bowl selection. MVP front-runner Lamar Jackson led all players with 704,699 fan votes followed by Russell Wilson, Patrick Mahomes, Dalvin Cook and Christian McCaffrey.

AFC

Pos.

Player

Team

Votes

QB

Lamar Jackson

Ravens

704,699

RB

Nick Chubb

Browns

539,768

FB

Patrick Ricard

Ravens

152,877

WR

DeAndre Hopkins

Texans

275,684

TE

Mark Andrews

Ravens

331,796

T

Orlando Browns

Ravens

188,787

G

Marshal Yanda

Ravens

192,580

C

Maurkice Pouncey

Steelers

152,128

DE

Joey Bosa

Chargers

252,555

DT

Cameron Heyward

Steelers

221,693

OLB

T.J. Watt

Steelers

251,248

ILB

Devin Bush

Steelers

150,548

CB

Marcus Peters

Ravens

231,601

SS

Jamal Adams

Jets

186,068

FS

Minkah Fitzpatrick

Steelers

209,245

K

Justin Tucker

Ravens

187,814

P

Brett Kern

Titans

93,586

RS

Mecole Hardman

Chiefs

91,358

ST

Tyler Matakevich

Steelers

87,863

NFC

Pos.

Player

Team

Votes

QB

Russell Wilson

Seahawks

539,768

RB

Dalvin Cook

Vikings

431,748

FB

Kyle Juszczyk

49ers

384,200

WR

Michael Thomas

Saints

371,365

TE

George Kittle

49ers

340,624

T

David Bakhtiari

Packers

194,207

G

Zack Martin

Cowboys

121,529

C

Travis Frederick

Cowboys

140,449

DE

Nick Bosa

49ers

358,911

DT

Arik Armstead

49ers

273,403

OLB

Preston Smith

Packers

166,347

ILB

Bobby Wagner

Seahawks

207,026

CB

Richard Sherman

49ers

259,476

SS

Vonn Bell

Saints

98,449

FS

Marcus Williams

Saints

93,593

K

Wil Lutz

Saints

106,747

P

Michael Dickson

Seahawks

101,965

RS

Deonte Harris

Saints

84,085

ST

Raheem Mostert

49ers

113,638

Biggest Pro Bowl snubs 2020

While it seems the quarterbacks chosen were mostly appropriate, Cowboys fans could perhaps claim Dak Prescott (26 TDs to 11 INTs) deserved a spot, particularly if he winds up leading a messy Dallas team to the playoffs. That said, it's extremely difficult to make a convincing case Prescott belonged over Brees, Rodgers or Wilson. It's a bit unfair, then, to label Prescott a snub.

At running back, Raiders rookie Josh Jacobs (1,150 rushing yards) and Aaron Jones (14 rushing touchdowns) were possibly in the Pro Bowl on some fan lists. Instead, they barely missed the cut.

Elsewhere, Saints tackle Ryan Ramczyk, Packers linebacker Za’Darius Smith and Broncos safety Justin Simmons had strong cases.

NFL teams with the most Pro Bowl selections

Pro Bowlers

Team

12

Ravens

7

Saints

6

Chiefs

5

Steelers/Eagles

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