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Newton, Brady Headline 2016 Pro Bowl Rosters

MVP-candidates Cam Newton and Tom Brady headline the 2016 Pro Bowl 88-man roster released by the NFL on Tuesday.

MVP-candidates Cam Newton and Tom Brady headline the 2016 Pro Bowl 88-man roster released by the NFL on Tuesday.

The Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots led the NFL with the most Pro Bowl players, 10 and seven respectively. The game will take place on January 31st at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. 

After viewing the roster you will notice several deserving newcomers and annual Pro-Bowlers. You will also witness a few glaring snubs and players whose reputation may have factored greatly into their selection. Jacksonville wide receiver Allen Robinson, for example, is tied for the league lead in TD receptions (13) and ranks seventh in reception yards (1,141) yet was left off the the NFC squad for Calvin Johnson (1,000 yards and 7 TD’s). 

Also, the Pro Bowl ratings have been way down over the past few years but you can expect a lot of hype surrounding the game if the Panthers fail to reach the Super Bowl with Josh Norman and Odell Beckham Jr. sharing the field again. 


Take a look at the complete Pro Bowl roster below: 


AFC                                                                          NFC

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Offense

Offense


QB Tom Brady, Patriots

QB Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers


RB LeSean McCoy, Bills

WR Antonio Brown, Steelers

WR A.J. Green, Bengals

WR DeAndre Hopkins, Texans

WR Brandon Marshall, Jets



TE Travis Kelce, Chiefs


TE Rob Gronkowski, Patriots

FB Marcel Reece, Raiders

OT Andrew Whitworth, Bengals

C Alex Mack, Browns


C Mike Pouncey, Dolphins

OG David DeCastro, Steelers

OG Marshal Yanda, Ravens

QB Cam Newton, Panthers


QB Carson Palmer, Cardinals


QB Aaron Rodgers, Packers

QB Russell Wilson, Seahawks

RB Devonta Freeman, Falcons

RB Todd Gurley, Rams

RB Doug Martin, Buccaneers



RB Adrian Peterson, Vikings

RB Jonathan Stewart, Panthers


WR Odell Beckham, Giants

WR Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals

WR Calvin Johnson, Lions



WR Julio Jones, Falcons

TE Greg Olsen, Panthers

FB Mike Tolbert, Panthers

OT Jason Peters, Eagles

OT Tyron Smith, Cowboys



OT Joe Staley, 49ers

OT Trent Williams, Redskins

C Travis Frederick, Cowboys

C Ryan Kalil, Panthers

OG Mike Iupati, Cardinals



OG Zack Martin, Cowboys

OG Josh Sitton, Packers

OG Trai Turner, Panthers


Defense

Defense


DE Chandler Jones, Patriots

DE Khalil Mack, Raiders

DE J.J. Watt, Texans

DE Muhammad Wilkerson, Jets

DT Geno Atkins, Bengals


OLB Jamie Collins, Patriots


OLB Tamba Hali, Chiefs

OLB Justin Houston, Chiefs

OLB Von Miller, Broncos

OLB DeMarcus Ware, Broncos



CB Malcolm Butler, Patriots

CB Chris Harris, Broncos

CB Marcus Peters, Chiefs

CB Darrelle Revis, Jets


CB Aqib Talib, Broncos


S Reggie Nelson, Bengals

S Eric Berry, Chiefs

S Charles Woodson, Raiders

DE Ezekiel Ansah, Lions

DE Michael Bennett, Seahawks



DT Calais Campbell, Cardinals

DT Fletcher Cox, Eagles


DT Aaron Donald, Rams

DT Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers

DT Kawann Short, Panthers



OLB Thomas Davis, Panthers

ILB NaVorro Bowman, 49ers

ILB Luke Kuechly, Panthers

ILB Clay Matthews, Packers

ILB Bobby Wagner, Seahawks



CB Josh Norman, Panthers

CB Patrick Peterson, Cardinals

CB Richard Sherman, Seahawks

S Tyrann Mathieu, Cardinals

S Earl Thomas, Seahawks


S Kam Chancellor, Seahawks

Special Teams

Special Teams


K Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots

P Sam Koch, Ravens



ST Matthew Slater, Patriots

K Dan Bailey, Cowboys

P Johnny Hekker, Rams

RS Darren Sproles, Eagles

RS Tyler Lockett, Seahawks


ST Justin Bethel, Cardinals