The NFL announced Wednesday the complete rosters for the 2023 Pro Bowl Games, a week-long celebration of player skills featuring an exciting new format that spotlights flag football.
Six NFL teams are sending at least five players to Las Vegas, where the flag football game will be played Feb. 5 at Allegiant Stadium, led by the league-leading Philadelphia Eagles, who boast eight Pro Bowlers (and six starters): wide receiver A.J. Brown, guard Landon Dickerson, quarterback Jalen Hurts, tackle Lane Johnson, center Jason Kelce, pass rusher Haason Reddick, running back Miles Sanders and cornerback Darius Slay.
The Dallas Cowboys (seven), Kansas City Chiefs (seven), Baltimore Ravens (six), San Francisco 49ers (six) and Minnesota Vikings (five) are the other teams to have at least five Pro Bowlers.
Wednesday's roster reveal is full of fun milestones. The Kelce brothers (Travis and Jason) each made the Pro Bowl in the same season yet again, a record fifth time for a pair of brothers. Their 14 combined Pro Bowls now trail only Peyton and Eli Manning and Bruce and Clay Matthews (18) for most by brothers in NFL history.
Below are this year's NFC Pro Bowlers:
2023 NFC Pro Bowl Games roster by position
Running back (4)
- Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco 49ers*
Wide receiver (4)
Tight end (2)
Offensive tackle (3)
Offensive guard (3)
Defensive end (3)
Interior linemen (3)
Outside linebacker (3)
Inside/middle linebacker (2)
Free safety (1)
- Quandre Diggs, Seattle Seahawks*
Strong safety (2)