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List of Pro Bowl players, A

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of players, both past and current, who have been selected to play in the NFL's annual Pro Bowl game, beginning with the 1950 season.

Between 1938 and 1942, an NFL all star team played the league champion in the NFL All-Star Game. Participants in these games are not recognized by the NFL as Pro Bowlers, and they are not included in this list. No games were played between 1943 and 1950.

Between 1961 and 1969, the NFL and AFL played separate all-star games. This list includes players who were selected to play in the American Football League All-Star game during that period.

A

dagger—Named as a starter double-dagger—Did not participate (see notes) #—Named Pro Bowl MVP/co-MVP (or equivalent)

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Donnie Abraham CB 2000[1] Tampa Bay Buccaneers
John Abraham DE, OLB 2001,[2] 2002,[3] 2004,[4] 2010dagger,[5] 2013[6] New York Jets (2001, 2002, 2004)
Atlanta Falcons (2010)
Arizona Cardinals (2013)
Tony Adamle LB 1950,[7] 1951[8] Cleveland Browns
Davante Adams WR 2017,[9] 2018,[10] 2019,[11] 2020dagger[12] Green Bay Packers 2017—Selected as a replacement for Julio Jones[13]
2019—Selected as a replacement for Julio Jones[14]
Flozell Adams OT 2003,[15] 2004,[4] 2006,[16] 2007dagger,[17] 2008[18] Dallas Cowboys 2006—Selected as a replacement for Jammal Brown[19]
2008—Selected as a replacement for Walter Jones[20]
Jamal Adams SS 2018dagger#,[10] 2019dagger,[11] 2020[12] New York Jets (2018, 2019)
Seattle Seahawks (2020)
2018—Named MVP of game
Julius Adams DE 1980[21] New England Patriots
Mike Adams SS 2014,[22] 2015[23] Indianapolis Colts 2014—Selected as a replacement for Kam Chancellor[24]
2015—Selected as a replacement for Kam Chancellor[25]
Sam Adams DT 2000dagger,[1] 2001,[2] 2004[4] Baltimore Ravens (2000, 2001)
Buffalo Bills (2004)
Ken Adamson G 1961 (AFL)[26] Denver Broncos
Joseph Addai RB 2007[17] Indianapolis Colts
Herb Adderley KR, CB 1963 (NFL),[27] 1964 (NFL),[28] 1965 (NFL),[29] 1966 (NFL),[30] 1967 (NFL)[31] Green Bay Packers
Tom Addison LB 1961 (AFL),[26] 1962 (AFL),[32] 1963 (AFL),[33] 1964 (AFL)[34] Boston Patriots
Troy Aikman QB 1991,[35] 1992,[36] 1993,[37] 1994,[38] 1995,[39] 1996[40] Dallas Cowboys
Jay Ajayi RB 2016[41] Miami Dolphins 2016—Selected as a replacement for LeSean McCoy[42]
David Akers K 2001,[2] 2002,[3] 2004,[4] 2009,[43] 2010,[5] 2011[44] Philadelphia Eagles (2001, 2002, 2004, 2009, 2010)
San Francisco 49ers (2011)
Dick Alban S 1954[45] Washington Redskins
Branden Albert OT 2013,[6] 2015[23] Kansas City Chiefs (2013)
Miami Dolphins (2015)
2015—Selected as a replacement for Trent Williams[46]
Frankie Albert QB 1950[7] San Francisco 49ers
Ethan Albright LS 2007[17] Washington Redskins
Grady Alderman OT 1963 (NFL),[27] 1964 (NFL),[28] 1965 (NFL),[29] 1966 (NFL),[30] 1967 (NFL),[31] 1969 (NFL)[47] Minnesota Vikings
D. J. Alexander ST 2016dagger[41] Kansas City Chiefs 2016—Selected as a replacement for Matthew Slater[48]
Jaire Alexander CB 2020dagger[12] Green Bay Packers
Kermit Alexander KR, CB 1968 (NFL)[49] San Francisco 49ers
Kwon Alexander LB 2017[9] Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2017—Selected as a replacement for Bobby Wagner[50]
Lorenzo Alexander ST, OLB 2012,[51] 2016dagger#[41] Kansas City Chiefs (2012)
Buffalo Bills (2016)
2016—Named MVP of game
Shaun Alexander RB 2003,[15] 2004,[4] 2005[52] Seattle Seahawks
Stephen Alexander TE 2000[1] Washington Redskins
Chuck Allen LB 1963 (AFL),[33] 1964 (AFL)[34] San Diego Chargers
Eric Allen CB 1989,[53] 1991,[35] 1992,[36] 1993,[37] 1994,[38] 1995[39] Philadelphia Eagles (1989, 1991–1994)
New Orleans Saints (1995)
Jared Allen DE 2007dagger,[17] 2008,[18] 2009dagger,[43] 2011dagger,[44] 2012[51] Kansas City Chiefs (2007)
Minnesota Vikings (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012)
Josh Allen DE 2019[11] Jacksonville Jaguars 2019—Selected as a replacement for Frank Clark[54]
Josh Allen QB 2020[12] Buffalo Bills
Keenan Allen WR 2017,[9] 2018,[10] 2019dagger,[11] 2020[12] Los Angeles Chargers
Larry Allen G 1995,[39] 1996,[40] 1997,[55] 1998,[56] 1999,[57] 2000dagger,[1] 2001,[2] 2003,[15] 2004,[4] 2005,[52] 2006[16] Dallas Cowboys (1995–2001, 2003–2005)
San Francisco 49ers (2006)
Marcus Allen RB 1982,[58] 1984,[59] 1985,[60] 1986,[61] 1987,[62] 1993[37] Los Angeles Raiders (1982, 1984–1987)
Kansas City Chiefs (1993)
Terry Allen RB 1996[40] Washington Redskins
Mike Alstott FB 1997,[55] 1998,[56] 1999,[57] 2000dagger,[1] 2001,[2] 2002[3] Tampa Bay Buccaneers
John Alt OT 1992,[36] 1993[37] Kansas City Chiefs
Lance Alworth FL 1963 (AFL),[33] 1964 (AFL),[34] 1965 (AFL),[63] 1966 (AFL),[64] 1967 (AFL),[65] 1968 (AFL),[66] 1969 (AFL)[67] San Diego Chargers
Lyle Alzado DE 1977,[68] 1978[69] Denver Broncos
Ashley Ambrose CB 1996[40] Cincinnati Bengals
Alan Ameche FB 1955,[70] 1956,[71] 1957,[72] 1958[73] Baltimore Colts
Kimble Anders FB 1995,[39] 1996,[40] 1997[55] Kansas City Chiefs
Morten Andersen K 1985,[60] 1986,[61] 1987,[62] 1988,[74] 1990,[75] 1992,[36] 1995[39] New Orleans Saints (1985–1988, 1990, 1992)
Atlanta Falcons (1995)
Bill Anderson DE, TE 1959,[76] 1960[77] Green Bay Packers
C. J. Anderson RB 2014[22] Denver Broncos 2014—Selected as a replacement for Le'Veon Bell[78]
Derek Anderson QB 2007[17] Cleveland Browns 2007—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[79]
Dick Anderson S 1972,[80] 1973,[81] 1974[82] Miami Dolphins
Donny Anderson HB, P 1968 (NFL)[49] Green Bay Packers
Gary Anderson K 1983,[83] 1985,[60] 1993,[37] 1998[56] Pittsburgh Steelers (1983, 1985, 1993)
Minnesota Vikings (1998)
Gary Anderson RB, KR 1986[61] San Diego Chargers
Jamal Anderson RB 1998[56] Atlanta Falcons
Ken Anderson QB 1975,[84] 1976[85] 1981,[86] 1982[58] Cincinnati Bengals
Neal Anderson RB 1988,[74] 1989,[53] 1990,[75] 1991[35] Chicago Bears
Ottis Anderson RB 1979,[87] 1980[21] St. Louis Cardinals
Richie Anderson FB 2000[1] New York Jets
Willie Anderson OT 2003,[15] 2004,[4] 2005,[52] 2006double-dagger[16] Cincinnati Bengals 2006—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[88]
Mark Andrews TE 2019[11] Baltimore Ravens
Shawn Andrews G 2006double-dagger,[16] 2007[17] Philadelphia Eagles 2006—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[89]
William Andrews RB 1980,[21] 1981,[86] 1982,[58] 1983[83] Atlanta Falcons
George Andrie DE 1965 (NFL),[29] 1966 (NFL),[30] 1967 (NFL),[31] 1968 (NFL),[49] 1969 (NFL)[47] Dallas Cowboys
Charley Ane C, OT 1956,[71] 1958[73] Detroit Lions
Elmer Angsman HB 1950[7] Chicago Cardinals
Ezekiel Ansah DE 2015[23] Detroit Lions
Houston Antwine DT 1963 (AFL),[33] 1964 (AFL),[34] 1965 (AFL),[63] 1966 (AFL),[64] 1967 (AFL),[65] 1968 (AFL)[66] Boston Patriots
Fred Arbanas TE 1962 (AFL),[32] 1963 (AFL),[33] 1964 (AFL),[34] 1965 (AFL),[63] 1967 (AFL)[65] Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs
Jessie Armstead LB 1997,[55] 1998,[56] 1999,[57] 2000dagger,[1] 2001[2] New York Giants
Terron Armstead OT 2018daggerdouble-dagger,[10] 2019,[11] 2020[12] New Orleans Saints 2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[90]
Bruce Armstrong OT 1990, 1991,[35] 1994dagger,[38] 1995,[39] 1996,[40] 1997[55] New England Patriots
Otis Armstrong RB 1974,[82] 1976[85] Denver Broncos
Trace Armstrong DE 2000dagger[1] Miami Dolphins
Jon Arnett HB 1957,[72] 1958,[73] 1959,[76] 1960,[77] 1961 (NFL)[91] Los Angeles Rams
Jim Arnold P 1987,[62] 1988[74] Detroit Lions
LaVar Arrington OLB 2001,[2] 2002,[3] 2003[15] Washington Redskins
Nnamdi Asomugha CB 2008dagger,[18] 2009dagger,[43] 2010daggerdouble-dagger[5] Oakland Raiders 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[92]
Bill Atkins S, P 1961 (AFL)[26] Buffalo Bills
Doug Atkins DE 1957,[72] 1958#,[73] 1959,[76] 1960,[77] 1961 (NFL),[91] 1962 (NFL),[93] 1963 (NFL),[27] 1965 (NFL)[29] Chicago Bears 1958—Named Outstanding Lineman of game
Geno Atkins DT 2011,[44] 2012dagger,[51] 2014,[22] 2015,[23] 2016dagger,[41] 2017dagger,[9] 2018daggerdouble-dagger,[10] 2019[11] Cincinnati Bengals 2011—Selected as a replacement for Vince Wilfork[94]
2014—Selected as a replacement for Ndamukong Suh[95]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[96]
Al Atkinson LB 1968 (AFL)[66] New York Jets
George Atkinson S, KR 1968 (AFL),[66] 1969 (AFL)[67] Oakland Raiders
Steve Atwater S 1990,[75] 1991,[35] 1992,[36] 1993,[37] 1994,[38] 1995,[39] 1996,[40] 1998[56] Denver Broncos
Bill Austin G 1954[45] New York Giants
Miles Austin WR 2009dagger,[43] 2010[5] Dallas Cowboys 2010—Selected as a replacement for DeSean Jackson[97]
Cliff Avril DE 2016dagger[41] Seattle Seahawks
Brendon Ayanbadejo ST 2006,[16] 2007,[17] 2008[18] Chicago Bears (2006, 2007)
Baltimore Ravens (2008)
Jerry Azumah KR 2003[15] Chicago Bears

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