The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers have the most Pro Bowlers of any NFL team, with eight each.
Kansas City’s Pro Bowlers are tackle Branden Albert, strong safety Eric Berry, running back Jamaal Charles, cornerback Brandon Flowers, outside linebacker Tamba Hali, outside linebacker Justin Houston, punt returner Dexter McCluster and defensive lineman Dontari Poe. San Francisco’s Pro Bowlers are inside linebacker NaVorro Bowman, outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks, tight end Vernon Davis, running back Frank Gore, guard Mike Iupati, defensive lineman Justin Smith, offensive tackle Justin Staley and inside linebacker Patrick Willis.
After the 49ers and Chiefs, the team with the next-most Pro Bowlers was Seattle, with six: strong safety Kam Chancellor, running back Marshawn Lynch, cornerback Richard Sherman, free safety Earl Thomas, center Max Unger and quarterback Russell Wilson.
Other teams with multiple Pro Bowlers were the Broncos (five), Browns (five), Saints (five), Panthers (five), Ravens (four), Dolphins (four), Patriots (four), Bills (three) Cardinals (three), Bears (two), Bengals (two), Cowboys (two), Lions (two), Texans (two), Eagles (two), Steelers (two), Rams (two), Chargers (two) and Buccaneers (two).