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List of Pro Bowl players, I-K

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.

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Contents

I

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Tunch Ilkin OT 1988,[1] 1989[2] Pittsburgh Steelers
Richie Incognito G 2012,[3] 2015,[4] 2016,[5] 2017[6] Miami Dolphins (2012)
Buffalo Bills (2015–2017)
2012—Selected as a replacement for Marshall Yanda[7]
2015—Selected as a replacement for Mike Iupati[8]
2016—Selected as a replacement for Marshall Yanda[9]
Mark Ingram Jr. RB 2014,[10] 2017[6] New Orleans Saints 2014—Selected as a replacement for Marshawn Lynch[11]
Melvin Ingram DE 2017,[6] 2018[12] Los Angeles Chargers 2017—Selected as a replacement for Joey Bosa[13]
LeRoy Irvin CB 1985,[14] 1986[15] Los Angeles Rams
Michael Irvin WR 1991,[16] 1992,[17] 1993,[18] 1994,[19] 1995[20] Dallas Cowboys
Mike Iupati G 2012double-dagger,[3] 2013,[21] 2014double-dagger,[10] 2015double-dagger[4] San Francisco 49ers (2012–2014)
Arizona Cardinals (2015)
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLVII[22]
2014—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[23]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[8]
Chris Ivory RB 2015[4] New York Jets 2015—Selected as a replacement for LeSean McCoy[24]
Larry Izzo ST 2000,[25] 2002,[26] 2004[27] Miami Dolphins (2000)
New England Patriots (2002, 2004)

J

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Bo Jackson RB 1990[28] Oakland Raiders
DeSean Jackson WR 2009dagger,[29] 2010double-dagger,[30] 2013[21] Philadelphia Eagles 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[31]
2013—Selected as a replacement for Andre Johnson[32]
D'Qwell Jackson ILB 2014[10] Indianapolis Colts 2014—Selected as a replacement for Bobby Wagner[33]
Earnest Jackson RB 1984,[34] 1986[15] San Diego Chargers (1984)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1986)
Eddie Jackson FS 2018dagger[12] Chicago Bears
Frank Jackson FL 1965 (AFL)[35] Kansas City Chiefs
Harold Jackson WR 1969 (NFL),[36] 1972,[37] 1973,[38] 1975,[39] 1977[40] Philadelphia Eagles (1969, 1972)
Los Angeles Rams (1973, 1975, 1977)
Keith Jackson TE 1988,[1] 1989,[2] 1990,[28] 1992,[17] 1996[41] Philadelphia Eagles (1988–1990)
Miami Dolphins (1992)
Green Bay Packers (1996)
Malik Jackson DT 2017[6] Jacksonville Jaguars
Monte Jackson CB 1976,[42] 1977[40] Los Angeles Rams
Rich Jackson DE 1968 (AFL),[43] 1969 (AFL),[44] 1970[45] Denver Broncos
Rickey Jackson OLB 1983,[46] 1984,[34] 1985,[14] 1986,[15] 1992,[17] 1993[18] New Orleans Saints
Steven Jackson RB 2006,[47] 2009double-dagger,[29] 2010[30] St. Louis Rams 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[48]
Tom Jackson
Vincent Jackson
Harry Jacobs
Joe Jacoby
Jeff Jaeger
Chick Jagade FB 1953,[49] 1954[50] Cleveland Browns (1953)
Chicago Bears (1954)
Craig James RB 1985[14] New England Patriots
Derwin James FS 2018dagger[12] Los Angeles Chargers
Dick James HB 1961 (NFL)[51] Washington Redskins
Edgerrin James
John James
Robert James
Tommy James
Tory James
Al Jamison
Tom Janik
Sebastian Janikowski
J. J. Jansen
Pete Jaquess
Mike Jarmoluk
Dick Jauron
Ron Jaworski
John Jefferson
Roy Jefferson
Alshon Jeffery
Haywood Jeffires
Alfred Jenkins
Janoris Jenkins
Kris Jenkins DT 2002,[26] 2003,[52] 2006,[47] 2008dagger[53] Carolina Panthers (2002, 2003, 2006)
New York Jets (2008)
Malcolm Jenkins SS 2015,[4] 2017double-dagger,[6] 2018[12] Philadelphia Eagles 2015—Selected as a replacement for Tyrann Mathieu[54]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Eagles advanced to Super Bowl LII[55]
2018—Selected as a replacement for Landon Collins[56]
Mike Jenkins CB 2009[29] Dallas Cowboys 2009—Selected as a replacement for Charles Woodson[57]
Brian Jennings LS 2004,[27] 2011[58] San Francisco 49ers
Dave Jennings P 1978,[59] 1979,[60] 1980,[61] 1982[62] New York Giants
Greg Jennings WR 2010double-dagger,[30] 2011[58] Green Bay Packers 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Packers advanced to Super Bowl XLV[63]
Tim Jennings CB 2012dagger,[3] 2013[21] Chicago Bears 2014—Selected as a replacement for Richard Sherman[64]
Travis Jervey ST 1997[65] Green Bay Packers
Ron Jessie WR 1976[42] Los Angeles Rams
Bob Jeter CB 1967 (NFL),[66] 1969 (NFL)[36] Green Bay Packers
Billy Joe FB 1965 (AFL)[35] Buffalo Bills
Andre Johnson WR 2004,[27] 2006,[47] 2008dagger,[53] 2009dagger,[29] 2010double-dagger,[30] 2012dagger,[3] 2013double-dagger[21] Houston Texans 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[67]
2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[32]
Bill Johnson
Billy Johnson
Bob Johnson
Brad Johnson
Calvin Johnson
Chad Johnson
Charley Johnson QB 1963 (NFL)[68] St. Louis Cardinals
Charlie Johnson DT 1979,[60] 1980,[61] 1981[69] Philadelphia Eagles
Chris Johnson RB 2008double-dagger,[53] 2009dagger,[29] 2010[30] Tennessee Titans 2008—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[70]
2010—Selected as a replacement for Maurice Jones-Drew[71]
Curley Johnson P 1965 (AFL)[35] New York Jets
David Johnson
Derrick Johnson
Ezra Johnson
Gary Johnson
Jimmy Johnson
Joe Johnson
John Henry Johnson
Johnny Johnson RB 1990[28] Phoenix Cardinals
Keyshawn Johnson WR 1998,[72] 1999,[73] 2001[74] New York Jets (1998, 1999)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2001)
Lane Johnson OT 2017double-dagger,[6] 2018[12] Philadelphia Eagles 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Eagles advanced to Super Bowl LII[75]
2018—Selected as a replacement for Tyron Smith[76]
Larry Johnson RB 2005,[77] 2006[47] Kansas City Chiefs
Mike Johnson
Norm Johnson
Pepper Johnson
Pete Johnson
Ron Johnson
Rudi Johnson
Tre' Johnson
Vaughan Johnson
Walter Johnson
Daryl Johnston
Mark Johnston
Charlie Joiner
Adam Jones
Bert Jones
Brent Jones
Byron Jones CB 2018[12] Dallas Cowboys
Chandler Jones DE, OLB 2015double-dagger,[4] 2017dagger[6] New England Patriots (2015)
Arizona Cardinals (2017)
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[78]
Cody Jones DT 1978[59] Los Angeles Rams
Deacon Jones DE 1964 (NFL),[79] 1965 (NFL),[80] 1966 (NFL),[81] 1967 (NFL),[66] 1968 (NFL)[82] 1969 (NFL),[36] 1970,[45] 1972[37] Los Angeles Rams (1964–1970)
San Diego Chargers (1972)
Deion Jones LB 2017[6] Atlanta Falcons 2017—Selected as a replacement for Luke Kuechly[83]
Dub Jones
Ed "Too Tall" Jones
Henry Jones
Homer Jones
Jacoby Jones
Julio Jones WR 2012dagger,[3] 2014,[10] 2015,[4] 2016daggerdouble-dagger,[5] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[6] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[12] Atlanta Falcons 2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Falcons advanced to Super Bowl LI[84]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[85]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[86]
Reshad Jones SS 2015,[4] 2017dagger[6] Miami Dolphins 2015—Selected as a replacement for Reggie Nelson[87]
Rulon Jones DE 1985,[14] 1986[15] Denver Broncos
Sean Jones DE 1993[18] Houston Oilers
Stan Jones G 1955,[88] 1956,[89] 1957,[90] 1958,[91] 1959,[92] 1960,[93] 1961 (NFL)[51] Chicago Bears
Thomas Jones RB 2008dagger[53] New York Jets
Tony Jones OT 1999[73] Denver Broncos
Walter Jones OT 1999,[73] 2001,[74] 2002,[26] 2003,[52] 2004,[27] 2005,[77] 2006,[47] 2007,[94] 2008[53] Seattle Seahawks 2007—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[95]
2008—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[96]
Maurice Jones-Drew RB 2009,[29] 2010double-dagger,[30] 2011dagger[58] Jacksonville Jaguars 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[71]
Cameron Jordan DE 2013,[21] 2015,[4] 2017,[6] 2018dagger[12] New Orleans Saints 2015—Selected as a replacement for Chandler Jones[78]
Henry Jordan DT 1960,[93] 1961 (NFL),[51] 1963 (NFL),[68] 1966 (NFL),[81] Green Bay Packers
Lee Roy Jordan MLB 1967 (NFL),[66] 1968 (NFL),[82] 1969 (NFL),[36] 1973,[38] 1974[97] Dallas Cowboys
Steve Jordan TE 1986,[15] 1987,[98] 1988,[1] 1989,[2] 1990,[28] 1991[16] Minnesota Vikings
Davin Joseph G 2008,[53] 2011[58] Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2008—Selected as a replacement for Leonard Davis[99]
Johnathan Joseph CB 2011,[58] 2012dagger[3] Houston Texans
Linval Joseph DT 2016,[5] 2017[6] Minnesota Vikings 2016—Selected as a replacement for Aaron Donald[100]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Fletcher Cox[101]
Les Josephson HB 1967 (NFL)[66] Los Angeles Rams
Don Joyce DE 1958[91] Baltimore Colts
Seth Joyner OLB 1991,[16] 1993,[18] 1994[19] Philadelphia Eagles (1991, 1993)
Arizona Cardinals (1994)
Cato June LB 2005[77] Indianapolis Colts
E. J. Junior OLB 1984,[34] 1985[14] St. Louis Cardinals
Sonny Jurgensen QB 1961 (NFL),[51] 1964 (NFL),[79] 1966 (NFL),[81] 1967 (NFL),[66] 1969 (NFL)[36] Philadelphia Eagles (1961)
Washington Redskins (1964, 1966, 1967, 1969)
Kyle Juszczyk FB 2016dagger,[5] 2017dagger,[6] 2018dagger[12] Baltimore Ravens (2016)
San Francisco 49ers (2017)

K

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Nate Kaeding K 2006,[47] 2009[29] San Diego Chargers 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[102]
Matt Kalil OT 2012[3] Minnesota Vikings 2012—Selected as a replacement for Trent Williams[103]
Ryan Kalil C 2009,[29] 2010,[30] 2011dagger,[58] 2013,[21] 2015double-dagger[4] Carolina Panthers 2009—Selected as a replacement for Jonathan Goodwin[104]
2010—Selected as a replacement for Shaun O'Hara[105]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Panthers advanced to Super Bowl 50[106]
Alvin Kamara RB 2017,[6] 2018[12] New Orleans Saints 2018—Selected as a replacement for Todd Gurley[107]
Larry Kaminski C 1967 (AFL)[108] Denver Broncos
Aaron Kampman DE 2006,[47] 2007dagger[94] Green Bay Packers
Joe Kapp QB 1969 (NFL)[36] Minnesota Vikings
Emil Karas
Alex Karras
John Kasay
Karl Kassulke
Jim Katcavage
Tom Keane
Jevon Kearse
Tom Keating
Brett Keisel
Jason Kelce C 2014,[10] 2016[5] Philadelphia Eagles 2016—Selected as a replacement for Alex Mack[109]
Travis Kelce TE 2015,[4] 2016dagger,[5] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[6] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[12] Kansas City Chiefs 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[110]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl[111]
Louie Kelcher DT 1977,[40] 1978,[59] 1980[61] San Diego Chargers
Ernie Kellerman S 1968 (NFL)[82] Cleveland Browns
Jim Kelly
Leroy Kelly
Jack Kemp
Mike Kenn
Cortez Kennedy
Lincoln Kennedy
Bill Kenney QB 1983[46] Kansas City Chiefs
Brett Kern P 2017dagger,[6] 2018dagger[12] Tennessee Titans
Patrick Kerney DE 2004,[27] 2007daggerdouble-dagger[94] Seattle Seahawks 2007—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[112]
Ryan Kerrigan OLB 2012,[3] 2016double-dagger,[5] 2017dagger,[6] 2018dagger[12] Washington Redskins 2012—Selected as a replacement for Aldon Smith[113]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[114]
Brady Keys
Robert Khayat
Jim Kiick
Billy Kilmer
Bucko Kilroy
Terry Kinard
Don Kindt DB 1953[49] Chicago Bears
Kenny King RB 1980[61] Oakland Raiders
Levon Kirkland ILB 1996,[41] 1997[65] Pittsburgh Steelers
George Kittle TE 2018[12] San Francisco 49ers
Joe Klecko
Dick Klein
Curt Knight
Sammy Knight
Johnny Knox
Sam Koch
Dave Kocourek
Bill Koman
Ken Konz
Dan Koppen
Bernie Kosar
Ernie Koy, Jr.
Greg Kragen
Jerry Kramer
Ron Kramer
Tommy Kramer
Paul Krause
Casey Kreiter LS 2018[12] Denver Broncos
Olin Kreutz C 2001,[74] 2002,[26] 2003,[52] 2004,[27] 2005,[77] 2006[47] Chicago Bears 2003—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[115]
Dave Krieg QB 1984,[34] 1988,[1] 1989[2] Seattle Seahawks
Bill Krisher G 1961 (AFL)[116] Dallas Texans
Ray Krouse DT 1954[50] New York Giants
Charlie Krueger DE, DT 1960,[93] 1964 (NFL)[79] San Francisco 49ers
Tim Krumrie NT 1987,[98] 1988[1] Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Krupa DT 1963 (NFL)[68] Pittsburgh Steelers
Bob Kuechenberg G 1974,[97] 1975,[39] 1977,[40] 1978,[59] 1982,[62] 1983[46] Miami Dolphins
Luke Kuechly MLB 2013,[21] 2014,[10] 2015double-dagger,[4] 2016double-dagger,[5] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[6] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[12] Carolina Panthers 2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Panthers advanced to Super Bowl 50[117]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[118]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[83]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[119]
John Kuhn FB 2011double-dagger,[58] 2014,[10] 2015[4] Green Bay Packers 2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[120]
2015—Selected as a replacement for Marcel Reece[121]
George Kunz OT 1969 (NFL),[36] 1971,[122] 1972,[37] 1973,[38] 1974,[97] 1975,[39] 1976,[42] 1977[40] Atlanta Falcons (1969, 1971–1974)
Baltimore Colts (1975–1977)
Jake Kupp G 1969 (NFL)[36] New Orleans Saints
Ted Kwalick TE 1971,[122] 1972,[37] 1973[38] San Francisco 49ers

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