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List of Pro Bowl players, G–H

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.

G

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
Roman Gabriel QB 1967 (NFL),[1] 1968 (NFL),[2] 1969 (NFL),[3] 1973[4] Los Angeles Rams (1967–1969)
Philadelphia Eagles (1973)
Bob Gain DT 1957,[5] 1958,[6] 1959,[7] 1961 (NFL),[8] 1962 (NFL)[9] Cleveland Browns
Willie Galimore HB 1958[6] Chicago Bears
Kendall Gammon LS 2004[10] Kansas City Chiefs
Rich Gannon QB 1999,[11] 2000,[12] 2001,[13] 2002[14] Oakland Raiders 2000—Named MVP of game
2001—Named MVP of game
Graham Gano K 2017[15] Carolina Panthers 2017—Selected as a replacement for Greg Zuerlein[16]
Jeff Garcia QB 2000,[12] 2001,[13] 2002,[14] 2007,[17] San Francisco 49ers (2000–2002)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2007)
2007—Selected as a replacement for Brett Favre[18]
Chris Gardocki P 1996[19] Indianapolis Colts
Charlie Garner RB 2000[12] San Francisco 49ers
David Garrard QB 2009[20] Jacksonville Jaguars
Carl Garrett RB 1969 (AFL)[21] Boston Patriots
Mike Garrett RB 1966 (AFL),[22] 1967 (AFL)[23] Kansas City Chiefs
Myles Garrett DE 2018dagger,[24] 2020dagger[25] Cleveland Browns
Gary Garrison OE, WR 1968 (AFL),[26] 1970,[27] 1971,[28] 1972[29] San Diego Chargers
Walt Garrison RB 1972[29] Dallas Cowboys
Larry Garron RB, KR 1961 (AFL),[30] 1963 (AFL),[31] 1964 (AFL),[32] 1967 (AFL)[23] Boston Patriots
Sam Gash FB 1998,[33] 1999[11] Buffalo Bills
Mark Gastineau DE 1981,[34] 1982,[35] 1983,[36] 1984,[37] 1985[38] New York Jets
Antonio Gates TE 2004,[10] 2005,[39] 2006,[40] 2007,[17] 2008,[41] 2009,[20] 2010,[42] 2011[43] San Diego Chargers 2007—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[44]
Frank Gatski C 1956[45] Cleveland Browns
William Gay
Shaun Gayle S 1991 Chicago Bears
Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila DE 2003 Green Bay Packers
Bill George LB 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961 Chicago Bears
Eddie George RB 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Tennessee Oilers (1997, 1998)
Tennessee Titans (1999, 2000)
Roy Gerela K 1972, 1974 Pittsburgh Steelers
Joe Geri HB 1950,[46] 1951[47] Pittsburgh Steelers
Jim Gibbons TE 1960,[48] 1961 (NFL),[8] 1964 (NFL)[49] Detroit Lions
Abe Gibron G 1952,[50] 1953,[51] 1954,[52] 1955[53] Cleveland Browns
Frank Gifford DB, FL 1953,[51] 1955,[53] 1956,[45] 1957,[5] 1958#,[6] 1959,[7] 1963 (NFL)[54] New York Giants 1958—Named MVP of game
Cookie Gilchrist FB 1962 (AFL),[55] 1963 (AFL),[31] 1964 (AFL),[32] 1965 (AFL)[56] Buffalo Bills (1962–1964)
Denver Broncos (1965)
Kline Gilbert OT 1957[5] Chicago Bears
Sean Gilbert DT 1993[57] Los Angeles Rams
Jason Gildon LB 2000, 2001, 2002 Pittsburgh Steelers
Jimmie Giles TE 1980, 1981, 1982, 1985 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
John Gilliam WR 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 Minnesota Vikings
Jon Gilliam C 1961 (AFL) Dallas Texans
Gale Gillingham G 1969 (NFL),[3] 1970,[27] 1971,[28] 1973,[4] 1974[58] Green Bay Packers
Horace Gillom P 1952[50] Cleveland Browns
Harry Gilmer QB, HB 1950,[46] 1952[50] Washington Redskins
Stephon Gilmore CB 2016,[59] 2018double-dagger,[24] 2019dagger,[60] 2020[25] Buffalo Bills (2016)
New England Patriots (2018–2020)
2016—Selected as a replacement for Marcus Peters[61]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl LIII[62]
Tashaun Gipson FS 2014[63] Cleveland Browns
Ernest Givins WR 1990, 1992 Houston Oilers
Bill Glass DE 1962, 1963, 1964, 1967 Cleveland Browns
Aaron Glenn CB 1997, 1998, 2002 New York Jets (1997, 1998)
Houston Texans (2002)
Tarik Glenn OT 2004, 2005, 2006 Indianapolis Colts
Terry Glenn WR 1999 New England Patriots
Fred Glick S 1962 (AFL), 1963 (AFL), 1964 (AFL) Houston Oilers
Kevin Glover C 1995, 1996, 1997 Detroit Lions
La'Roi Glover DT 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 New Orleans Saints (2000, 2001)
Dallas Cowboys (2002-2005)
Chris Godwin WR 2019double-dagger[60] Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[64]
George Goeddeke G 1969 (AFL)[21] Denver Broncos
Jared Goff QB 2017,[15] 2018double-dagger[24] Los Angeles Rams 2017—Selected as a replacement for Carson Wentz[65]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Rams advanced to Super Bowl LIII[66]
Kevin Gogan G 1994,[67] 1997,[68] 1998[33] Los Angeles Raiders (1994)
San Francisco Giants (1997, 1998)
Pete Gogolak K 1965 (AFL)[56] Buffalo Bills
Ian Gold OLB 2001[13] Denver Broncos
Dashon Goldson FS 2011double-dagger,[43] 2012double-dagger[69] San Francisco 49ers 2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[70]
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLVII[71]
Bob Golic NT 1985,[38] 1986,[72] 1987[73] Cleveland Browns
Kenny Golladay WR 2019[60] Detroit Lions 2019—Selected as a replacement for Chris Godwin[64]
Goose Gonsoulin S 1961 (AFL), 1962 (AFL), 1963 (AFL), 1964 (AFL), 1966 (AFL) Denver Broncos
Tony Gonzalez TE 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Kansas City Chiefs (1999-2008)
Atlanta Falcons (2010-2013)
Irv Goode G 1964, 1967 St. Louis Cardinals
Rob Goode RB 1951, 1954 Washington Redskins
Tom Goode C 1969 (AFL) Miami Dolphins
Jonathan Goodwin C 2009 New Orleans Saints 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Saints advanced to Super Bowl XLIV
Dick Gordon WR 1970,[27] 1971[28] Chicago Bears
Josh Gordon WR 2013[74] Cleveland Browns
Melvin Gordon RB 2016,[59] 2018[24] San Diego Chargers 2016—Selected as a replacement for Le'Veon Bell[75]
John Gordy G 1963 (NFL),[54] 1964 (NFL),[49] 1965 (NFL)[76] Detroit Lions
Frank Gore RB 2006,[40] 2009,[20] 2011double-dagger,[43] 2012double-dagger,[69] 2013[74] San Francisco 49ers 2009—Selected as a replacement for Steven Jackson[77]
2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[78]
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLVII[79]
Bruce Gossett K 1966 (NFL),[80] 1968 (NFL)[2] Los Angeles Rams
Jeff Gossett P 1991 Los Angeles Raiders
Stephen Gostkowski K 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015 New England Patriots 2014—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLIX
Robbie Gould PK 2006 Chicago Bears
Randy Gradishar LB 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983 Denver Broncos
Brandon Graham DE 2020dagger[25] Philadelphia Eagles
Corey Graham ST 2011[43] Chicago Bears
Jimmy Graham TE 2011dagger,[43] 2013,[74] 2014,[63] 2016,[59] 2017double-dagger[15] New Orleans Saints (2011, 2013, 2014)
Seattle Seahawks (2016, 2017)
2016—Selected as a replacement for Jordan Reed[81]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[82]
Kenny Graham S 1965 (AFL),[56] 1967 (AFL),[23] 1968 (AFL),[26] 1969 (AFL)[21] San Diego Chargers
Otto Graham QB 1950#,[46] 1951,[47] 1952,[50] 1953,[51] 1954[52] Cleveland Browns 1950—Named MVP of game
Shayne Graham K 2005[39] Cincinnati Bengals
Martín Gramática K 2000[12] Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Hoyle Granger RB 1967 (AFL), 1968 (AFL) Houston Oilers
Larry Grantham LB 1962 (AFL), 1963 (AFL), 1964 (AFL), 1966 (AFL), 1969 (AFL) New York Titans (1962)
New York Jets (1963, 1964, 1966, 1969)
Jerry Gray CB 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Los Angeles Rams 1989—Named MVP of game
Ken Gray OG 1961, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968 St. Louis Cardinals
Leon Gray T 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981 New England Patriots (1976, 1978)
Houston Oilers (1979, 1981)
Mel Gray KR 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994 Detroit Lions
Mel Gray WR 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 St. Louis Cardinals
Dave Grayson DB 1962 (AFL),[55] 1963 (AFL),[31] 1964 (AFL),[32] 1965 (AFL),[56] 1966 (AFL),[22] 1969 (AFL)[21] Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs (1962–1964)
Oakland Raiders (1965, 1966, 1969)
Elvis Grbac QB 2000[12] Kansas City Chiefs 2000—Selected as a replacement for Steve McNair[83]
A. J. Green WR 2011dagger,[43] 2012dagger,[69] 2013,[74] 2014,[63] 2015[84] 2016double-dagger,[59] 2017double-dagger[15] Cincinnati Bengals 2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[85]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[86]
Ahman Green RB 2001,[13] 2002,[14] 2003,[87] 2004[10] Green Bay Packers
Bobby Joe Green P 1970[27] Chicago Bears
Cornell Green CB, S 1965, 1966, 1967, 1971, 1972 Dallas Cowboys
Darrell Green CB 1984, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1996, 1997 Washington Redskins
Eric Green TE 1993, 1994 Pittsburgh Steelers
Ernie Green RB 1966, 1967 Cleveland Browns
Gary Green CB 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985 Kansas City Chiefs (1981-1983)
Los Angeles Rams (1985)
Gaston Green RB 1991 Denver Broncos
Harold Green RB 1992 Cincinnati Bengals
Hugh Green LB 1982, 1983 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jacob Green DE 1986, 1987 Seattle Seahawks
John Green DE 1950 Philadelphia Eagles
Roy Green WR 1983, 1984 St. Louis Cardinals
Tony Green KR 1978 Washington Redskins
Trent Green QB 2003, 2005 Kansas City Chiefs
Kevin Greene LB 1989, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998 Los Angeles Rams (1989)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1994, 1995)
Carolina Panthers (1996, 1998)
Joe Greene DT 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers
Tony Greene S 1977 Buffalo Bills
Chad Greenway LB 2011, 2012 Minnesota Vikings
L. C. Greenwood DE 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers
Forrest Gregg OT 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968 Green Bay Packers
Jack Gregory DE 1969, 1972 Cleveland Browns (1969)
New York Giants (1972)
Jermaine Gresham TE 2011, 2012 Cincinnati Bengals
Visco Grgich G 1950 San Francisco 49ers
Rosey Grier DT 1956, 1960 New York Giants
Bob Griese QB 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1978 Miami Dolphins
Brian Griese QB 2000 Denver Broncos
Everson Griffen DE 2015,[84] 2016dagger,[59] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[15] 2019[60] Minnesota Vikings 2015—Selected as a replacement for J. J. Watt[88]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[89]
2019—Selected as a replacement for Nick Bosa[90]
Michael Griffin SS 2008,[41] 2010[42] Tennessee Titans 2008—Selected as a replacement for Ed Reed[91]
2010—Selected as a replacement for Ed Reed[92]
Robert Griffin III QB 2012double-dagger[69] Washington Redskins 2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[93]
Shaquill Griffin CB 2019[60] Seattle Seahawks 2019—Selected as a replacement for Marshon Lattimore[94]
Robert Griffith SS 2000[12] Minnesota Vikings
Bob Grim WR 1971[28] Minnesota Vikings
Billy Grimes HB 1950,[46] 1951[47] Green Bay Packers
Brent Grimes CB 2010dagger,[42] 2013,[74] 2014,[63] 2015[84] Atlanta Falcons (2010)
Miami Dolphins (2013–2015)
2010—Selected as a replacement for Charles Woodson[95]
2015—Selected as a replacement for Aqib Talib[96]
Russ Grimm G 1983,[36] 1984,[37] 1985,[38] 1986[72] Washington Redskins
John Grimsley LB 1988[97] Houston Oilers
Rob Gronkowski TE 2011,[43] 2012,[69] 2014double-dagger,[63] 2015double-dagger,[84] 2017double-dagger[15] New England Patriots 2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLVI[98]
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[99]
2014—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLIX[100]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[101]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl LII[102]
Jerry Groom DT 1954[52] Chicago Cardinals
Jordan Gross OT 2008dagger,[41] 2010dagger,[42] 2013,[74] Carolina Panthers 2013—Selected as a replacement for Joe Staley[103]
Lou Groza K, OT 1950,[46] 1951,[47] 1952,[50] 1953,[51] 1954,[52] 1955,[53] 1957,[5] 1958,[6] 1959[7] Cleveland Browns
Ben Grubbs G 2011,[43] 2013,[74] Baltimore Ravens (2011)
New Orleans Saints (2013)
2011—Selected as a replacement for Brian Waters[104]
Tim Grunhard C 1999[11] Kansas City Chiefs 1999—Selected as a replacement for Tom Nalen[105]
Bob Grupp P 1979[106] Kansas City Chiefs
Todd Gurley RB 2015,[84] 2017dagger,[15] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[24] St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams 2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Rams advanced to Super Bowl LIII[107]
Andre Gurode C 2006,[40] 2007dagger,[17] 2008dagger,[41] 2009double-dagger,[20] 2010dagger[42] Dallas Cowboys 2006—Selected as a replacement for Olin Kreutz[108]
2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[109]
Ray Guy P 1973,[4] 1974,[58] 1975,[110] 1976,[111] 1977,[112] 1978,[113] 1980[114] Oakland Raiders

H

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
Dino Hackett ILB 1988[97] Kansas City Chiefs
Wayne Haddix CB 1990[115] Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Joe Haden CB 2013dagger,[74] 2014dagger,[63] 2019[60] Cleveland Browns (2013, 2014)
Pittsburgh Steelers (2019)
1999—Selected as a replacement for Marcus Peters[116]
Pat Haden QB 1977[112] Los Angeles Rams
John Hadl QB 1964 (AFL),[32] 1965 (AFL),[56] 1968 (AFL),[26] 1969 (AFL),[21] 1972,[29] 1973[4] San Diego Chargers (1964, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1972)
Los Angeles Rams (1973)
Ali Haji-Sheikh K 1983[36] New York Giants
Charles Haley OLB, DE 1988, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995 San Francisco 49ers (1988, 1990, 1991)
Dallas Cowboys (1994, 1995)
Tamba Hali LB 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Kansas City Chiefs
Dante Hall RS 2002, 2003 Kansas City Chiefs
DeAngelo Hall DB 2005, 2006, 2010 Atlanta Falcons (2005, 2006)
Washington Redskins (2010)
Ron Hall DB 1963 (AFL)[31] Boston Patriots
C. J. Ham FB 2019[60] Minnesota Vikings 2019—Selected as a replacement for Kyle Juszczyk[117]
Jack Ham LB 1973,[4] 1974,[58] 1975,[110] 1976,[111] 1977,[112] 1978,[113] 1979,[106] 1980[114] Pittsburgh Steelers
Ken Hamlin FS 2007[17] Dallas Cowboys
Casey Hampton NT 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers
Dan Hampton DE, DT 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985 Chicago Bears
Rodney Hampton RB 1992, 1993 New York Giants
Chris Hanburger LB 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 Washington Redskins
Merton Hanks S 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 San Francisco 49ers
John Hannah G 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 New England Patriots
Dave Hanner DT 1953, 1954 Green Bay Packers
Brian Hansen P 1984 New Orleans Saints
Chris Hanson P 2002 Jacksonville Jaguars
Jason Hanson PK 1997, 1999 Detroit Lions
Jim Harbaugh QB 1995 Indianapolis Colts
Pat Harder FB 1950,[46] 1952[50] Chicago Cardinals (1950)
Detroit Lions (1952)
Cedrick Hardman DE 1971,[28] 1975[110] San Francisco 49ers
Mecole Hardman KR 2019double-dagger[60] Kansas City Chiefs 2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Chiefs advanced to Super Bowl LIV[118]
Nick Hardwick C 2006[40] San Diego Chargers
Greg Hardy DE 2013[74] Carolina Panthers
Jim Hardy QB 1950[46] Chicago Cardinals
Kevin Hardy LB 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars
Ronnie Harmon RB 1992 San Diego Chargers
Roman Harper SS 2009double-dagger,[20] 2010[42] New Orleans Saints 2009—Selected as a replacement for Adrian Wilson, did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Saints advanced to Super Bowl XLIV[119]
2010—Selected as a replacement for Nick Collins[120]
Dennis Harrah G 1978,[113] 1979,[106] 1980,[114] 1985,[38] 1986,[72] 1987[73] Los Angeles Rams
Al Harris CB 2007,[17] 2008[41] Green Bay Packers 2008—Selected as a replacement for Asante Samuel[121]
Chris Harris Jr. CB 2014,[63] 2015double-dagger,[84] 2016,[59] 2018[24] Denver Broncos 2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl 50[122]
Clark Harris LS 2017[15] Cincinnati Bengals
Cliff Harris S 1974,[58] 1975,[110] 1976,[111] 1977,[112] 1978,[113] 1979[106] Dallas Cowboys
Deonte Harris KR 2019[60] New Orleans Saints
Dick Harris DB 1960 (AFL), 1962 (AFL) Los Angeles Chargers (1960)
San Diego Chargers (1962)
Dwayne Harris ST 2016 New York Giants
Franco Harris FB 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 Pittsburgh Steelers
James Harris QB 1974# Los Angeles Rams
Tim Harris OLB 1989[123] Green Bay Packers
Tommie Harris DT 2005,[39] 2006double-dagger,[40] 2007[17] Chicago Bears 2006—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[124]
2007—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[125]
Walt Harris CB 2006[40] San Francisco 49ers 2006—Selected as a replacement for Lito Sheppard[126]
Dennis Harrison DE 1982[35] Philadelphia Eagles
James Harrison OLB 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Pittsburgh Steelers 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Steelers advanced to Super Bowl XLV
Marvin Harrison WR 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Indianapolis Colts
Rodney Harrison S 1998, 2001 San Diego Chargers
Jim Hart QB 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 St. Louis Cardinals
Leon Hart E 1951 Detroit Lions
Tommy Hart DE 1976 San Francisco 49ers
Jeff Hartings C 2004, 2005 Pittsburgh Steelers
Ken Harvey LB 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Washington Redskins
Percy Harvin WR 2009 Minnesota Vikings
Carlton Haselrig G 1992 Pittsburgh Steelers
Matt Hasselbeck QB 2003, 2005, 2007 Seattle Seahawks
James Hasty CB 1997, 1999 Kansas City Chiefs
Dale Hatcher P 1985 Los Angeles Rams
Jason Hatcher DE 2013 Dallas Cowboys
Len Hauss C 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972 Washington Redskins
Rip Hawkins LB 1963 Minnesota Vikings
Wayne Hawkins OG 1963 (AFL), 1964 (AFL), 1965 (AFL), 1966 (AFL), 1967 (AFL) Oakland Raiders
Bob Hayes WR 1965, 1966, 1967 Dallas Cowboys
Lester Hayes CB 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 Oakland Raiders (1980, 1981)
Los Angeles Raiders (1982-1984)
Abner Haynes RB 1960 (AFL), 1961 (AFL), 1962 (AFL), 1964 (AFL) Dallas Texans (1960-1962)
Kansas City Chiefs (1964)
Mark Haynes CB 1982, 1983, 1984 New York Giants
Mike Haynes CB 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986 New England Patriots (1976-1980, 1982)
Los Angeles Raiders (1984-1986)
Albert Haynesworth DT 2007dagger,[17] 2008dagger[41] Tennessee Titans
Casey Hayward CB 2016dagger,[59] 2017[15] San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers
Matt Hazeltine LB 1962 (NFL),[9] 1964 (NFL)[49] San Francisco 49ers
Sherrill Headrick LB 1961 (AFL),[30] 1962 (AFL),[55] 1965 (AFL),[56] 1966 (AFL)[22] Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs
Todd Heap TE 2002,[14] 2003[87] Baltimore Ravens
Garrison Hearst RB 1998,[33] 2001[13] San Francisco 49ers
Bobby Hebert QB 1993[57] Atlanta Falcons
Johnny Hekker P 2013,[74] 2015,[84] 2016dagger,[59] 2017dagger[15] St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams
E. J. Henderson MLB 2010[42] Minnesota Vikings 2010—Selected as a replacement for Brian Urlacher[127]
John Henderson DT 2004,[10] 2006[40] Jacksonville Jaguars 2006—Selected as a replacement for Richard Seymour[128]
Thomas Henderson LB 1978[113] Dallas Cowboys
William Henderson FB 2004[10] Green Bay Packers
Ted Hendricks LB 1971,[28] 1972,[29] 1973,[4] 1974,[58] 1980,[114] 1981,[34] 1982,[35] 1983[36] Baltimore Colts (1971–1973)
Green Bay Packers (1974)
Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders (1980–1983)
Ed Henke DE 1952[50] San Francisco 49ers
Charlie Hennigan FL 1961 (AFL),[30] 1962 (AFL),[55] 1963 (AFL),[31] 1964 (AFL),[32] 1965 (AFL)[56] Houston Oilers
Derrick Henry RB 2019,[60] 2020dagger[25] Tennessee Titans
Travis Henry RB 2002[14] Buffalo Bills
Wally Henry KR 1979[106] Philadelphia Eagles
Craig Hentrich P 1998,[33] 2003[87] Tennessee Oilers/Titans
Dave Herman G 1968 (AFL),[26] 1969 (AFL)[21] New York Jets
Efren Herrera K 1977[112] Dallas Cowboys
Devin Hester KR 2006,[40] 2007,[17] 2010,[42] 2014[63] Chicago Bears (2006, 2007, 2010)
Atlanta Falcons (2014)
Cameron Heyward DE, DT 2017,[15] 2018,[24] 2019,[60] 2020dagger[25] Pittsburgh Steelers 2017—Selected as a replacement for Khalil Mack[129]
Craig Heyward FB 1995[130] Atlanta Falcons
Gene Hickerson G 1965 (NFL),[76] 1966 (NFL),[80] 1967 (NFL),[1] 1968 (NFL)[2] 1969 (NFL),[3] 1970[27] Cleveland Browns
Akiem Hicks DT 2018[24] Chicago Bears
Dwight Hicks S 1981,[34] 1982,[35] 1983,[36] 1984[37] San Francisco 49ers
W. K. Hicks DB 1966 (AFL)[22] Houston Oilers
Dont'a Hightower ILB 2016double-dagger,[59] 2019double-dagger[60] New England Patriots 2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl LI[131]
2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[132]
Jay Hilgenberg C 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Chicago Bears
Joel Hilgenberg C 1992 New Orleans Saints
Calvin Hill RB 1969, 1972, 1973, 1974 Dallas Cowboys
David Hill TE 1978, 1979 Detroit Lions
Drew Hill WR 1988, 1990 Houston Oilers
Harlon Hill E 1954, 1955, 1956 Chicago Bears
J. D. Hill WR 1972 Buffalo Bills
Jimmy Hill CB 1960, 1961, 1962 St. Louis Cardinals
Kent Hill OG 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Los Angeles Rams
Mack Lee Hill FB 1964 (AFL) Kansas City Chiefs
Tony Hill WR 1978, 1979, 1985 Dallas Cowboys
Tyreek Hill KR, WR 2016dagger,[59] 2017dagger,[15] 2018dagger,[24] 2019double-dagger,[60] 2020dagger[25] Kansas City Chiefs 2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Chiefs advanced to Super Bowl LIV[133]
Winston Hill OT 1964 (AFL),[32] 1967 (AFL),[23] 1968 (AFL),[26] 1969 (AFL),[21] 1970,[27] 1971,[28] 1972,[29] 1973[4] New York Jets
Dalton Hilliard RB 1989[123] New Orleans Saints
T. Y. Hilton WR 2014,[63] 2015,[84] 2016dagger,[59] 2017[15] Indianapolis Colts 2015—Selected as a replacement for Larry Fitzgerald[134]
2017—Selected as a replacement for A. J. Green[86]
Glen Ray Hines T 1968 (AFL), 1969 (AFL) Houston Oilers
Chris Hinton OT 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991 Baltimore Colts (1983)
Indianapolis Colts (1985-1989)
Atlanta Falcons (1991)
Elroy Hirsch E 1951, 1952, 1953 Los Angeles Rams
Fred Hoaglin C 1969 Cleveland Browns
Dick Hoak RB 1968 (NFL)[2] Pittsburgh Steelers
Leroy Hoard FB 1994[67] Cleveland Browns
John Hock G 1956[45] Los Angeles Rams
T. J. Hockenson TE 2020dagger[25] Detroit Lions
Dick Hoerner RB 1950 Los Angeles Rams
Robert Hoernschemeyer RB 1951, 1952 Detroit Lions
John Hoffman RB 1953, 1955 Chicago Bears
Mike Hollis PK 1997 Jacksonville Jaguars
Brian Holloway OL 1983, 1984, 1985 New England Patriots
Rodney Holman TE 1988, 1989, 1990 Cincinnati Bengals
Pat Holmes DL 1967 (AFL), 1968 (AFL) Houston Oilers
Priest Holmes RB 2001, 2002, 2003 Kansas City Chiefs
Robert Holmes RB 1969 (AFL) Kansas City Chiefs
Pierce Holt DE 1992[135] San Francisco 49ers
Torry Holt WR 2000,[12] 2001,[13] 2003,[87] 2004,[10] 2005,[39] 2006double-dagger,[40] 2007[17] St. Louis Rams 2006—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[136]
E. J. Holub LB 1961 (AFL),[30] 1962 (AFL),[55] 1964 (AFL),[32] 1965 (AFL),[56] 1966 (AFL)[22] Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs
Austin Hooper TE 2018,[24] 2019[60] Atlanta Falcons 2018—Selected as a replacement for Zach Ertz[137]
2019—Selected as a replacement for George Kittle[138]
Chris Hope SS 2008[41] Tennessee Titans
Brad Hopkins OT 2000,[12] 2003[87] Tennessee Titans
DeAndre Hopkins WR 2015,[84] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[15] 2018daggerdouble-dagger,[24] 2019daggerdouble-dagger,[60] 2020dagger[25] Houston Texans (2015, 2017–2019)
Arizona Cardinals (2020)
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[139]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[140]
2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[141]
Wes Hopkins S 1985 Philadelphia Eagles
Mike Horan P 1988 Denver Broncos
Joe Horn WR 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004 New Orleans Saints
Paul Hornung HB 1959, 1960 Green Bay Packers
Ethan Horton TE 1991 Los Angeles Raiders
Jeff Hostetler QB 1994 Los Angeles Raiders
T. J. Houshmandzadeh WR 2007 Cincinnati Bengals
Jim Houston LB 1964, 1965, 1969, 1970 Cleveland Browns
Justin Houston DE 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Kansas City Chiefs
Ken Houston S 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Houston Oilers (1968-1972)
Washington Redskins (1973-1979)
Desmond Howard KR 2000 Detroit Lions
Erik Howard DT 1990 New York Giants
Jordan Howard RB 2016 Chicago Bears
Xavien Howard CB 2018dagger,[24] 2020dagger[25] Miami Dolphins
Chuck Howley LB 1965 (NFL),[76] 1966 (NFL),[80] 1967 (NFL),[1] 1968 (NFL),[2] 1969 (NFL),[3] 1971[28] Dallas Cowboys
Billy Howton OE 1952,[50] 1955,[53] 1956,[45] 1957[5] Green Bay Packers
Marv Hubbard FB 1971,[28] 1972,[29] 1973[4] Oakland Raiders
Brad Hubbert RB 1967 (AFL)[23] San Diego Chargers
Kevin Huber P 2014[63] Cincinnati Bengals
Bill Hudson DT 1961 (AFL)[30] San Diego Chargers
Dick Hudson OT 1965 (AFL)[56] Buffalo Bills
Rodney Hudson C 2016dagger,[59] 2017,[15] 2019[60] Oakland Raiders
Sam Huff MLB 1958,[6] 1959,[7] 1960#,[48] 1961 (NFL),[8] 1964 (NFL)[49] New York Giants (1958–1961)
Washington Redskins (1964)
1960—Named Outstanding Lineman of game
Dick Huffman OT 1950[46] Los Angeles Rams
George Hughes G, OT 1951,[47] 1953[51] Pittsburgh Steelers
Tyrone Hughes KR 1993[57] New Orleans Saints
Kent Hull C 1988,[97] 1989,[123] 1990[115] Buffalo Bills
Weldon Humble G 1950[46] Cleveland Browns
Bobby Humphrey RB 1990[115] Denver Broncos
Claude Humphrey DE 1970,[27] 1971,[28] 1972,[29] 1973,[4] 1974,[58] 1977[112] Atlanta Falcons
Marlon Humphrey CB 2019,[60] 2020[25] Baltimore Ravens
Bobby Hunt DB 1964 (AFL)[32] Kansas City Chiefs
Jim Lee Hunt DT 1961 (AFL),[30] 1966 (AFL),[22] 1967 (AFL),[23] 1969 (AFL)[21] New England Patriots
Kareem Hunt RB 2017[15] Kansas City Chiefs
Art Hunter C 1959[7] Cleveland Browns
Danielle Hunter DE 2018,[24] 2019[60] Minnesota Vikings
Ed Husmann DT 1961 (AFL),[30] 1962 (AFL),[55] 1963 (AFL)[31] Houston Oilers
Steve Hutchinson G 2003,[87] 2004,[10] 2005,[39] 2006,[40] 2007dagger,[17] 2008dagger,[41] 2009dagger,[20] Seattle Seahawks (2003–2005)
Minnesota Vikings (2005–2009)
Micah Hyde SS 2017double-dagger[15] Buffalo Bills 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[142]

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