2015 Pro Bowl rosters


After a two-day draft, the 2015 Pro Bowl teams are set. Here are the clubs, which were selected without regard to conference. Most players were drafted on Wednesday, with Colts quarterback Andrew Luck the No. 1 overall pick:


Captain: Michael Irvin.

Coach: Jason Garrett, Dallas.


Quarterbacks: Tony Romo, Dallas; Matt Ryan, Atlanta; Matthew Stafford, Detroit.

Running backs: C.J. Anderson, Denver; Mark Ingram, New Orleans, DeMarco Murray, Dallas (captain).

Wide receivers: Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants; Golden Tate, Detroit; Emmanuel Sanders, Denver; Randall Cobb, Green Bay.

Tight ends: Jimmy Graham, New Orleans; Jason Witten, Dallas.

Fullback: Marcel Reece, Oakland.

Tackles: Joe Thomas, Cleveland; Tyron Smith, Dallas; Trent Wiliams, Washington.

Guards: Kyle Long, Chicago; Zach Martin, Dallas; Marshall Yanda, Baltimore.

Centers: Travis Frederick, Dallas; Nick Mangold, New York Jets.


Defensive ends: Robert Quinn, St. Louis; Cameron Wake, Miami; DeMarcus Ware, Denver.

Defensive tackles: Geno Atkins, Cincinnati; Aaron Donald, St. Louis; Sheldon Richardson, New York Jets.

Outside linebackers: Elvis Dumervil, Baltimore; Clay Matthews, Green Bay; Von Miller, Denver.

Inside linebackers: Luke Kuechly, Carolina; D’Qwell Jackson, Indianapolis.

Cornerbacks: Vontae Davis, Indianapolis; Brent Grimes, Miami; Joe Haden, Cleveland; Chris Harris Jr., Denver.

Safeties: Eric Weddle, San Diego, Mike Adams, Indianapolis; T.J. Ward, Denver.

Special teams

Punter: Kevin Huber, Cincinnati.

Placekicker: Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis.

Return specialist: Darren Sproles, Philadelphia.

Special-teamer: Darrell Stuckey, San Diego.

Long-snapper: L.P. Ladouceur, Dallas or Jon Dorenbos, Philadelphia.


Captain: Cris Carter.

Coach: John Harbaugh, Baltimore.


Quarterbacks: Andrew Luck, Indianapolis; Drew Brees, New Orleans; Andy Dalton, Cincinnati.

Running backs: Jamaal Charles, Kansas City; Justin Forsett, Baltimore; Alfred Morris, Washington.

Wide receivers: A.J. Green, Cincinnati; T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis; Jordy Nelson, Green Bay; Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh (captain).

Tight ends: Martellus Bennett, Chicago; Greg Olsen, Carolina.

Fullback: John Kuhn, Green Bay.

Tackles: Joe Staley, San Francisco; Duane Brown, Houston; Ryan Clady, Denver.

Guards: Evan Mathis, Philadelphia; Mike Pouncey, Miami; Josh Sitton, Green Bay.

Centers: Jason Kelce, Philadelphia; Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh.


Defensive ends: J.J. Watt, Houston (captain); Mario Williams, Buffalo; Calais Campbell, Arizona.

Interior defensive linemen: Marcell Dareus, Buffalo; Dontari Poe, Kansas City; Kyle Williams, Buffalo.

Outside linebackers: Justin Houston, Kansas City; Connor Barwin, Philadelphia; Tamba Hali, Kansas City.

Inside linebackers: C.J. Mosley, Baltimore; Lawrence Timmons, Pittsburgh.

Cornerbacks: Patrick Peterson, Arizona; Aqib Talib, Denver; Antonio Cromartie, Arizona; Sam Shields, Green Bay.

Safeties: Antoine Bethea, San Francisco; Glover Quin, Detroit; Donte Whitner, Cleveland.

Special teams

Punter: Pat McAfee, Indianapolis.

Placekicker: Cody Parkey, Philadelphia.

Return specialist: Devin Hester, Atlanta.

Special-teamer: Justin Bethel, Arizona.

Long-snapper: L.P. Ladouceur, Dallas or Jon Dorenbos, Philadelphia.

31 responses to “2015 Pro Bowl rosters

  1. Talib vs Sanders– might be a fun Denver matchup

    Hell, who am I kidding, I’m not watching this buffoonery

  2. I’m pleased that all of my team’s defensive players are on a different team than all of my team’s offensive players; that way I only have to choke down half of this crap-fest while they are all on the field at once.

  3. Cool. The pro bowl teams are set. Now I can go forward with my plans to watch youtube videos of paint drying, which may be more entertaining than the pro bowl

  4. Anyone else notice that the entire Dallas O including lineman are on the same team? Not that it matters I already told the gf I have the weekend free for the first time since September. I’d rather go to Home Depot then watch this bs

  5. Funny stuff……..the pro bowl was always a joke…..the new format is a bigger joke….

    I guess it’s an excuse to sit around and drink beer…..nothing more…..

  6. I suppose it is only fitting that the biggest joke of a game would be Captained by two of the biggest jokes (and mouths) of the NFL.
    Someone please wake me when it and “deflategate” is over so we can discuss more relevant and important items, such as how are we going to make the Redskins change their name.

  7. Offensive/Defensive players from the same team competing against one another is just plain silly! Can you imagine Clay Matthews putting a hard hit on Jordy Nelson or John Kuhn? Neither can I.

  8. They may as well make it a game of flag football.

    The big salaries and the risk of injury have changed the Pro Bowl from a football game to a social get together.

  9. The Pro Bowl is a waste of time. This year all you had to be was the fifth removed cousin from the player chosen and you got in.

  10. I will watch the Pro-Bowl just as I have every other year.
    Why? Because it”s football, the 2nd to last game of the year.
    Also I can avoid working hard on the honey-do list for one more week.

  11. The “Pro Bowl” is so worthless they put 2 former druggie goofballs like Irvin and Carter in charge of running it into the ground.

    NFL rules do not apply to the “game.”

    You can’t even bet on the NFC or AFC.

  12. It’d be more interesting to watch these guys play a Madden tournament than go out and pretend to play football.

  13. fitzmagic1212 says:
    Jan 21, 2015 11:20 PM
    d-line of

    Mario Williams–Kyle Qilliams–Marcel Dareus–JJ Watt

    that would be fun to watch if they tried in this game
    While Watt is the best in the game- Jerry Hughes is a huge snub by not being on the pro bowl roster. The Bills d lineman could have legitimately made up the d line for one of these teams, and it would have been completely justifiable and competitive.

  14. Always good to see tokyosandblaster whine about another team to take his mind off the Packers……..and no, I’m not a Vikings fan. Just like to see you get what you dish out.

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