Pro Bowl 2018

The NFL has released full rosters of AFC and NFC players who will be coming to Orlando for the 2018 Pro Bowl.

The National Football League (NFL) has released official rosters for the 2018 Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium on Jan. 28, setting the stage for a monumental battle between the American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC) squads. Here's your guide to the players who have been selected to participate in the big game and Pro Bowl Week, Jan. 24-27.

2018 NFL Pro Bowl: AFC Roster

Offense

Center Maurkice Pouncey* (Pittsburgh Steelers), Rodney Hudson (Oakland Raiders)
Fullback James Develin* (New England Patriots)
Guard Kelechi Osemele* (Raiders), David DeCastro* (Steelers), Richie Incognito (Buffalo Bills)
Quarterback Tom Brady* (Patriots), Philip Rivers (Los Angeles Chargers), Ben Roethlisberger (Steelers)
Running Back Le’Veon Bell* (Steelers), Kareem Hunt (Kansas City Chiefs), LeSean McCoy (Bills)
Tackle Alejandro Villanueva* (Steelers), Taylor Lewan* (Tennessee Titans), Donald Penn (Raiders)
Tight End Travis Kelce* (Chiefs), Rob Gronkowski (Patriots)
Wide Receiver

Antonio Brown* (Steelers), DeAndre Hopkins* (Houston Texans), A.J. Green (Cincinnati Bengals), Keenan Allen (Chargers)

 

Defense

CornerbackA.J. Bouye* (Jaguars), Jalen Ramsey* (Jaguars), Aqib Talib (Broncos), Casey Hayward (Chargers)
Defensive End Joey Bosa* (Chargers), Calais Campbell* (Jacksonville Jaguars), Khalil Mack (Raiders)
Free Safety Eric Weddle* (Ravens)
Inside/Middle Linebacker C.J. Mosley* (Ravens), Ryan Shazier (Steelers)
Interior Linemen Geno Atkins* (Bengals), Jurrell Casey* (Titans), Malick Jackson (Jaguars)
Outside Linebacker Von Miller* (Denver Broncos), Jadeveon Clowney* (Texans), Terrell Suggs (Baltimore Ravens)
Strong Safety Reshad Jones* (Miami Dolphins), Micah Hyde (Bills)


Special Teams

Punter Brett Kern* (Titans)
Kicker Chris Boswell* (Steelers)
Return Specialist Tyreek Hill* (Chiefs)
Special Teamer Matthew Slater* (Patriots)

 

Please note that, depending on Super Bowl participation, injuries or other commitments, players selected for the 2018 Pro Bowl are not guaranteed to participate in the game on Jan. 28.

* - indicates starter 

2018 NFL Pro Bowl: NFC Roster

Offense 

Center Alex Mack* (Atlanta Falcons), Travis Frederick (Dallas Cowboys)
Fullback Kyle Juszczyk* (San Francisco 49ers)
Guard Zack Martin* (Cowboys), Brandon Brooks* (Philadelphia Eagles), Brandon Scherff (Washington Redskins)
Quarterback Carson Wentz* (Eagles), Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks), Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints)
Running Back Todd Gurley* (Los Angeles Rams), Alvin Kamara (Saints), Mark Ingram (Saints)
Tackle Tyron Smith* (Cowboys), Trent Williams* (Redskins), Lane Johnson (Eagles)
Tight End Zach Ertz* (Eagles), Jimmy Graham (Seahawks)
Wide Receiver Julio Jones* (Falcons), Adam Thielen* (Minnesota Vikings), Michael Thomas (Saints), Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals)

 

 

 Defense

Cornerback Xavier Rhodes* (Vikings), Patrick Peterson* (Cardinals), Marshon Lattimore (Saints), Darius Slay (Detroit Lions)
Defensive End Everson Griffen* (Vikings), Demarcus Lawrence* (Cowboys), Cameron Jordan (Saints)
Free Safety Earl Thomas* (Seahawks)
Inside/Middle Linebacker Luke Kuechly* (Carolina Panthers), Bobby Wagner (Seahawks)
Interior Linemen Fletcher Cox* (Eagles), Aaron Donald (Rams), Gerald McCoy (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Outside Linebacker Chandler Jones* (Cardinals), Ryan Kerrigan* (Redskins), Anthony Barr (Vikings)
Strong Safety Landon Collins* (New York Giants), Malcolm Jenkins (Eagles)

 

Special Teams 

Punter Johnny Hekker* (Rams)
Kicker Greg Zuerlein* (Rams)
Return Specialist Pharoh Cooper* (Rams)
Special Teamer Budda Baker* (Cardinals)

Please note that, depending on Super Bowl participation, injuries or other commitments, players selected for the 2018 Pro Bowl are not guaranteed to participate in the game on Jan. 28. 

* - indicates starter    

 

Win Big During Pro Bowl Week in Orlando

Pro Bowl 2018 Camping World Stadium
The NFL Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium

In addition to the Pro Bowl on Jan. 28, Orlando is hosting a wealth of fun, free, family-friendly activities during Pro Bowl Week from Jan. 24-27, including Pro Bowl Player Practices, the Pro Bowl Skills Challenge, Pro Bowl Experience, the NFL Flag Championships and more at Walt Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. We even have a playbook for turning your Pro Bowl visit into the ultimate pro vacation.

If you haven't made plans yet, Pro Bowl tickets are still available starting at $45. Act fast, and enter promo code VISIT by Jan. 12 to save!

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