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List of Pro Bowl players, L–M

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.

L

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
Jim Lachey OT 1987,[1] 1990,[2] 1991[3] San Diego Chargers (1987)
Washington Redskins (1990, 1991)
Eddie Lacy RB 2013[4] Green Bay Packers 2013—Selected as a replacement for Adrian Peterson[5]
Ernie Ladd DT 1962 (AFL),[6] 1963 (AFL),[7] 1964 (AFL),[8] 1965 (AFL)[9] San Diego Chargers
L. P. Ladouceur LS 2014[10] Dallas Cowboys
Warren Lahr DB 1953[11] Cleveland Browns
Bruce Laird KR 1972[12] Baltimore Colts
Carnell Lake S 1994,[13] 1995,[14] 1996,[15] 1997,[16] 1999[17] Pittsburgh Steelers (1994–1997)
Jacksonville Jaguars (1999)
Jack Lambert MLB 1975,[18] 1976,[19] 1977,[20] 1978[21] 1979,[22] 1980,[23] 1981,[24] 1982,[25] 1983[26] Pittsburgh Steelers
Pete Lammons TE 1967 (AFL)[27] New York Jets
Daryle Lamonica QB 1965 (AFL),[9] 1967 (AFL),[27] 1969 (AFL),[28] 1970,[29] 1972[12] Buffalo Bills (1965)
Oakland Raiders (1967, 1969, 1970, 1972)
Sean Landeta P 1986,[30] 1990[2] New York Giants
Greg Landry QB 1971[31] Detroit Lions
Jarvis Landry WR 2015,[32] 2016dagger,[33] 2017,[34] 2018,[35] 2019[36] Miami Dolphins (2015–2017)
Cleveland Browns (2018, 2019)
2016—Selected as a replacement for Antonio Brown[37]
2017—Selected as a replacement for DeAndre Hopkins[38]
2018—Selected as a replacement for DeAndre Hopkins[39]
LaRon Landry S 2012[40] New York Jets
Tom Landry DB 1954[41] New York Giants
MacArthur Lane RB 1970[29] St. Louis Cardinals
Night Train Lane DB 1954,[41] 1955,[42] 1956,[43] 1958,[44] 1960,[45] 1961 (NFL),[46] 1962 (NFL)[47] Chicago Cardinals (1954–1956, 1958)
Detroit Lions (1960–1962)
T. J. Lang G 2016,[33] 2017[34] Green Bay Packers (2016)
Detroit Lions (2017)
2017—Selected as a replacement for Brandon Scherff[48]
Jim Langer C 1973,[49] 1974,[50] 1975,[18] 1976,[19] 1977,[20] 1978[21] Miami Dolphins
Willie Lanier MLB 1968 (AFL),[51] 1969 (AFL),[28] 1970,[29] 1971,[31] 1972,[12] 1973,[49] 1974,[50] 1975[18] Kansas City Chiefs
Buck Lansford OT 1956[43] Philadelphia Eagles
Steve Largent WR 1978,[21] 1979,[22] 1981,[24] 1984,[52] 1985,[53] 1986,[30] 1987[1] Seattle Seahawks
Gary Larsen DT 1969 (NFL),[54] 1970[29] Minnesota Vikings
Greg Larson C 1968 (NFL)[55] New York Giants
Yale Lary DB, P 1953,[11] 1956,[43] 1957,[56] 1958,[44] 1959,[57] 1960,[45] 1961 (NFL),[46] 1962 (NFL)[47] 1964 (NFL)[58] Detroit Lions
Bill Laskey LB 1965 (AFL)[9] Buffalo Bills
Ike Lassiter DE 1966 (AFL)[59] Oakland Raiders
Lamar Lathon OLB 1996[15] Carolina Panthers
Marshon Lattimore CB 2017,[34] 2019daggerdouble-dagger,[36] 2020[60] New Orleans Saints 2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[61]
Johnny Lattner KR 1954[41] Pittsburgh Steelers
Dante Lavelli OE 1951,[62] 1953,[11] Cleveland Browns
Joe Lavender CB 1979,[22] 1980[23] Washington Redskins
Ty Law CB 1998#,[63] 2001,[64] 2002,[65] 2003,[66] 2005[67] New England Patriots (1998, 2001–2003)
New York Jets (2005)
1998—Named MVP of game
DeMarcus Lawrence DE 2017dagger,[34] 2018dagger[35] Dallas Cowboys
Henry Lawrence OT 1983,[26] 1984[52] Los Angeles Raiders
Rolland Lawrence CB 1977[20] Atlanta Falcons
Bobby Layne QB 1951, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1959 Detroit Lions (1951-1953, 1956)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1958, 1959)
Vonta Leach FB 2010, 2011, 2012 Houston Texans (2010)
Baltimore Ravens (2011, 2012)
2012–Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Ravens advanced to Super Bowl XLVII
Eddie LeBaron QB 1955, 1957, 1958, 1962 Washington Redskins (1955, 1957, 1958)
Dallas Cowboys (1962)
Dick LeBeau DB 1964 (NFL)[58] 1965 (NFL),[68] 1966 (NFL)[69] Detroit Lions
Shane Lechler P 2001, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Oakland Raiders
Jim LeClair LB 1976 Cincinnati Bengals
Andy Lee P 2007, 2009, 2011 San Francisco 49ers
Carl Lee CB 1988, 1989, 1990 Minnesota Vikings
Sean Lee LB 2015, 2016 Dallas Cowboys
Frank LeMaster LB 1981 Philadelphia Eagles
Ray Lemek RT 1961 Washington Redskins
Charles Leno Jr. OT 2018[35] Chicago Bears 2018—Selected as a replacement for Terron Armstead[70]
Chuck Leo G 1961 (AFL)[71] Boston Patriots
Darius Leonard ILB 2019dagger,[36] 2020dagger[60] Indianapolis Colts
Leon Lett DT 1994,[13] 1998[63] Dallas Cowboys
Dorsey Levens RB 1997[16] Green Bay Packers
Jerry LeVias WR 1969 (AFL)[28] Houston Oilers
Taylor Lewan OT 2016dagger,[33] 2017dagger,[34] 2018dagger[35] Tennessee Titans
Albert Lewis CB 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 Kansas City Chiefs
Chad Lewis TE 2000, 2001, 2002 Philadelphia Eagles
Darryll Lewis CB 1995 Houston Oilers
Dave Lewis LB 1980 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Frank Lewis WR 1981 Buffalo Bills
Jamal Lewis RB 2003[66] Baltimore Ravens
Jermaine Lewis WR, RS 1998, 2001 Baltimore Ravens
Marcedes Lewis TE 2010 Jacksonville Jaguars
Michael Lewis S 2004 Philadelphia Eagles
Michael Lewis KR 2002 New Orleans Saints
Mo Lewis LB 1998, 1999, 2000 New York Jets
Ray Lewis LB 1997,[16] 1998,[63] 1999,[17] 2000,[72] 2001,[64] 2003,[66] 2004,[73] 2006,[74] 2007,[75] 2008,[76] 2009dagger,[77] 2010dagger,[78] 2011dagger[79] Baltimore Ravens
Woodley Lewis DB 1950[80] Los Angeles Rams
Matt Light OT 2006,[74] 2007dagger,[75] 2010[78] New England Patriots 2006—Selected as a replacement for Jonathan Ogden[81]
Bob Lilly DE, DT 1962 (NFL),[47] 1964 (NFL),[58] 1965 (NFL),[68] 1966 (NFL),[69] 1967 (NFL),[82] 1968 (NFL),[55] 1969 (NFL),[54] 1970,[29] 1971,[31] 1972,[12] 1973[49] Dallas Cowboys
Keith Lincoln FB, HB 1962 (AFL),[6] 1963 (AFL),[7] 1964 (AFL),[8] 1965 (AFL),[9] 1967 (AFL)[27] San Diego Chargers (1962–1965)
Buffalo Bills (1967)
Phillip Lindsay RB 2018double-dagger[35] Denver Broncos 2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[83]
Toni Linhart K 1976,[19] 1977[20] Baltimore Colts
Louis Lipps KR, WR 1984,[52] 1985[53] Pittsburgh Steelers
Gene Lipscomb DT 1958,[44] 1959#,[57] 1962 (NFL)#[47] Baltimore Colts (1958, 1959)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1962)
1959—Named Outstanding Lineman of game
1962—Named Outstanding Lineman of game
Paul Lipscomb DT 1950,[80] 1951,[62] 1952,[84] 1953[11] Washington Redskins
David Little ILB 1990[2] Pittsburgh Steelers
Floyd Little RB 1968 (AFL),[51] 1969 (AFL),[28] 1970,[29] 1971,[31] 1973[49] Denver Broncos
Larry Little G 1969 (AFL),[28] 1971,[31] 1972,[12] 1973[49] 1974[50] Miami Dolphins
Leonard Little DE 2003[66] St. Louis Rams
Cory Littleton ST 2018daggerdouble-dagger[35] Los Angeles Rams 2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Rams advanced to Super Bowl LIII[85]
Andy Livingston RB 1969 New Orleans Saints
Mike Livingston QB 1969 (AFL) Kansas City Chiefs
Brandon Lloyd WR 2010 Denver Broncos
Dave Lloyd LB 1969 Philadelphia Eagles
Greg Lloyd LB 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Pittsburgh Steelers
Tyler Lockett WR 2015 Seattle Seahawks
Carl "Spider" Lockhart DB 1966, 1968 New York Giants
James Lofton WR 1978,[21] 1980,[23] 1981,[24] 1982,[25] 1983,[26] 1984,[52] 1985,[53] 1991[3] Green Bay Packers (1978, 1980–1985)
Buffalo Bills (1991)
Jerry Logan S 1965 (NFL),[68] 1970,[29] 1971[31] Baltimore Colts
Chip Lohmiller PK 1991[3] Washington Redskins
Neil Lomax QB 1984,[52] 1987,[1] St. Louis Cardinals
Charlie Long OT, G 1962 (AFL),[6] 1963 (AFL)[7] Boston Patriots
Howie Long DE 1983,[26] 1984,[52] 1985,[53] 1986,[30] 1987,[1] 1989,[86] 1992,[87] 1993[88] Los Angeles Raiders
Jake Long OT 2008,[76] 2009,[77] 2010,[78] 2011[79] Miami Dolphins 2008—Selected as a replacement for Jason Peters[89]
2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[90]
2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[91]
2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[92]
Kyle Long G 2013, 2014, 2015 Chicago Bears
Ronnie Lott CB, S 1981,[24] 1982,[25] 1983,[26] 1984,[52] 1986,[30] 1987,[1] 1988,[93] 1989,[86] 1990,[2] 1991[3] San Francisco 49ers (1981–1984, 1986–1990)
Los Angeles Raiders (1991)
Duval Love LG 1994 Pittsburgh Steelers
Paul Lowe HB 1963 (AFL), 1965 (AFL) San Diego Chargers
Rick Lovato LS 2019dagger[36] Philadelphia Eagles
John LoVetere DT 1963 (NFL)[94] New York Giants
Nick Lowery K 1981,[24] 1990,[2] 1992[87] Kansas City Chiefs
Mike Lucci MLB 1971[31] Detroit Lions
Andrew Luck QB 2012,[40] 2013,[4] 2014,[10] 2018[35] Indianapolis Colts 2012—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[95]
2013—Selected as a replacement for Russell Wilson[96]
2018—Selected as a replacement for Philip Rivers[97]
Johnny Lujack QB 1950,[80] 1951[62] Chicago Bears
Lamar Lundy DE 1959[57] Los Angeles Rams
Wil Lutz K 2019dagger[36] New Orleans Saints
Todd Lyght CB 1999[17] St. Louis Rams
Lenny Lyles DB 1966 (NFL)[69] Baltimore Colts
Dick Lynch DB 1963 (NFL)[94] New York Giants
Jim Lynch LB 1968 (AFL)[51] Kansas City Chiefs
John Lynch S 1997,[16] 1999,[17] 2000,[72] 2001,[64] 2002,[65] 2004,[73] 2005,[67] 2006,[74] 2007[75] Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1997, 1999–2002)
Denver Broncos (2004–2007)
2007—Selected as a replacement for Bob Sanders[98]
Marshawn Lynch RB 2008,[76] 2011,[79] 2012,[40] 2013double-dagger,[4] 2014[10] Buffalo Bills (2008)
Seattle Seahawks (2011–2014)
2008—Selected as a replacement for Chris Johnson[99]
2011—Selected as a replacement for Frank Gore[100]
2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Seahawks advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII[101]
2014—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Seahawks advanced to Super Bowl XLIX

M

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
Bill Maas DT 1986,[30] 1987[1] Kansas City Chiefs
Alex Mack C 2010,[78] 2013,[4] 2015,[32] 2016,[33] 2017dagger,[34] 2018dagger[35] Cleveland Browns (2010, 2013, 2015)
Atlanta Falcons (2016–2018)
2013—Selected as a replacement for Nick Mangold[102]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Falcons advanced to Super Bowl LI[103]
Kevin Mack RB 1985,[53] 1987[1] Cleveland Browns
Khalil Mack DE, OLB 2015,[32] 2016daggerdouble-dagger,[33] 2017double-dagger,[34] 2018daggerdouble-dagger,[35] 2019daggerdouble-dagger,[36] 2020dagger[60] Oakland Raiders (2015–2017)
Chicago Bears (2018–2020)
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[104]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[105]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[106]
2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[107]
Tom Mack G 1967 (NFL),[82] 1968 (NFL),[55] 1969 (NFL),[54] 1970,[29] 1971,[31] 1972,[12] 1973,[49] 1974,[50] 1975,[18] 1977,[20] 1978[21] Los Angeles Rams
Tremain Mack KR 1999[17] Cincinnati Bengals
John Mackey TE 1963 (NFL),[94] 1965 (NFL),[68] 1966 (NFL),[69] 1967 (NFL),[82] 1968 (NFL)[55] Baltimore Colts
Jacque MacKinnon TE 1966 (AFL), 1968 (AFL) San Diego Chargers
Jeremy Maclin WR 2014 Philadelphia Eagles
Sam Madison CB 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Miami Dolphins
Paul Maguire P, LB 1963 (AFL), 1965 (AFL) San Diego Chargers (1963)
Buffalo Bills (1965)
Patrick Mahomes QB 2018dagger,[35] 2019double-dagger,[36] 2020dagger[60] Kansas City Chiefs 2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Chiefs advanced to Super Bowl LIV[108]
Don Majkowski QB 1989[86] Green Bay Packers
Dave Manders C 1966 (NFL)[69] Dallas Cowboys
Nick Mangold C 2008,[76] 2009dagger,[77] 2010double-dagger,[78] 2011dagger,[79] 2013,[4] 2014,[10] 2015[32] New York Jets 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[102]
2013—Selected as a replacement for Max Unger[109]
2015—Selected as a replacement for Mike Pouncey[110]
Logan Mankins G 2007dagger,[75] 2009dagger,[77] 2010dagger,[78] 2011double-dagger,[79] 2012double-dagger,[40] 2013,[4] 2015[32] New England Patriots (2007, 2009–2013)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2015)
2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLVI[111]
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[112]
2015—Selected as a replacement for Trai Turner[113]
Dexter Manley DE 1986 Washington Redskins
Charles Mann DE 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991 Washington Redskins
Archie Manning QB 1978, 1979 New Orleans Saints
Eli Manning QB 2008, 2011, 2012, 2015 New York Giants 2011–Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Giants advanced to Super Bowl XLVI
Peyton Manning QB 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004#, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014 Indianapolis Colts (1999, 2000, 2002-2010)
Denver Broncos (2012-2014)
2004—Named MVP of game
2009–Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Colts advanced to Super Bowl XLIV
2013–Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII
Bobby Maples C 1968 (AFL)[51] Houston Oilers
Gino Marchetti DE 1954,[41] 1955,[42] 1956,[43] 1957,[56] 1958,[44] 1959,[57] 1960,[45] 1961 (NFL),[46] 1962 (NFL),[47] 1963 (NFL)#,[94] 1964 (NFL)[58] Baltimore Colts 1963—Named Outstanding Lineman of game
Chester Marcol K 1972,[12] 1974[50] Green Bay Packers
Joe Marconi FB 1963 (NFL)[94] Chicago Bears
Olindo Mare K 1999[17] Miami Dolphins
Marc Mariani KR 2010 Tennessee Titans
Dan Marino QB 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1995 Miami Dolphins
Brock Marion S 2000, 2002, 2003 Miami Dolphins
Fred Marion S 1985 New England Patriots
Jim Marsalis CB 1969, 1970 Kansas City Chiefs
Brandon Marshall WR 2008, 2009, 2011#, 2012, 2013, 2015 Denver Broncos (2008, 2009)
Miami Dolphins (2011)
Chicago Bears (2012, 2013)
New York Jets (2015)
2011—Named MVP of game
Jim Marshall DE 1968, 1969 Minnesota Vikings
Leonard Marshall DE 1985, 1986 New York Giants
Wilber Marshall LB 1986, 1987, 1992 Chicago Bears (1986, 1987)
Washington Redskins (1992)
Curtis Martin RB 1995, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2004 New England Patriots (1995, 1996)
New York Jets (1998, 2001, 2004)
Doug Martin RB 2012, 2015 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Eric Martin WR 1988 New Orleans Saints
Harvey Martin DE 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 Dallas Cowboys
Jim Martin PK 1961 Detroit Lions
Rod Martin OLB 1983,[26] 1984[52] Los Angeles Raiders
Tony Martin WR 1996[15] San Diego Chargers
Wayne Martin DE 1994[13] New Orleans Saints
Zack Martin G 2014,[10] 2015,[32] 2016dagger,[33] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[34] 2018daggerdouble-dagger,[35] 2019daggerdouble-dagger[36] Dallas Cowboys 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[114]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[115]
2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[116]
John Martinkovic DE 1953,[11] 1954,[41] 1955[42] Green Bay Packers
Russell Maryland DT 1993 Dallas Cowboys
Derrick Mason WR 2000, 2003 Tennessee Titans
Tommy Mason RB 1962, 1963, 1964 Minnesota Vikings
Carlton Massey DE 1955 Cleveland Browns
Robert Massey CB 1992 Phoenix Cardinals
Ray Mathews HB 1952, 1955 Pittsburgh Steelers
Ryan Mathews RB 2011 San Diego Chargers
Tyrann Mathieu S 2015double-dagger,[32] 2020dagger[60] Arizona Cardinals (2015)
Kansas City Chiefs (2020)
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[117]
Bill Mathis FB 1961 (AFL),[71] 1963 (AFL)[7] New York Titans/Jets
Evan Mathis G 2013,[4] 2014[10] Philadelphia Eagles 2013—Selected as a replacement for Louis Vasquez[118]
2014—Selected as a replacement for Jahri Evans[119]
Jerome Mathis KR 2005[67] Houston Texans
Rashean Mathis CB 2006[74] Jacksonville Jaguars
Robert Mathis DE, OLB 2008,[76] 2009double-dagger,[77] 2010dagger,[78] 2012,[40] 2013[4] Indianapolis Colts 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Colts advanced to Super Bowl XLIV[120]
Terance Mathis WR 1994[13] Atlanta Falcons
Ollie Matson HB 1952,[41] 1954,[41] 1955#,[42] 1956,[43] 1957,[56] 1958[44] Chicago Cardinals 1955—Named MVP of game
Archie Matsos LB 1960 (AFL), 1961 (AFL), 1962 (AFL), 1963 (AFL) Buffalo Bills (1960-1962)
Oakland Raiders (1963)
Tom Matte RB 1968, 1969 Baltimore Colts
Bruce Matthews G 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Houston Oilers (1988-1996)
Tennessee Oilers (1997, 1998)
Tennessee Titans (1999-2001)
Clay Matthews Jr. LB 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989 Cleveland Browns
Clay Matthews III OLB 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 Green Bay Packers
Jake Matthews OT 2018[35] Atlanta Falcons 2018—Selected as a replacement for Trent Williams[121]
Marv Matuszak LB 1953,[11] 1957,[56] 1962 (AFL)[6] Pittsburgh Steelers (1953)
San Francisco 49ers (1957)
Buffalo Bills (1962)
Kevin Mawae C 1999,[17] 2000,[72] 2001,[64] 2002,[65] 2003,[66] 2004,[73] 2008,[76] 2009[77] New York Jets (1999–2004)
Tennessee Titans (2008, 2009)
2009—Selected as a replacement for Jeff Saturday[122]
Mark May G 1988[93] Washington Redskins
Jermane Mayberry G 2002[65] Philadelphia Eagles
Tony Mayberry C 1997, 1998, 1999 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Rueben Mayes RB 1986, 1987 New Orleans Saints
Don Maynard WR 1965 (AFL), 1967 (AFL), 1968 (AFL), 1969 (AFL) New York Jets
Jerod Mayo ILB 2010, 2012 New England Patriots
Jerry Mays DE 1962 (AFL), 1964 (AFL), 1965 (AFL), 1966 (AFL), 1967 (AFL), 1968 (AFL), 1970 Dallas Texans (1962)
Kansas City Chiefs (1964-1968, 1970)
Fred McAfee ST 2002 New Orleans Saints
Pat McAfee P 2014, 2016 Indianapolis Colts
Chris McAlister CB 2003, 2004, 2006 Baltimore Ravens
Deuce McAllister RB 2002,[65] 2003[66] New Orleans Saints
Mat McBriar P 2006,[74] 2010[78] Dallas Cowboys
Christian McCaffrey RB 2019double-dagger[36] Carolina Panthers 2019—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[123]
Ed McCaffrey WR 1998[63] Denver Broncos
Keenan McCardell WR 1996,[15] 2003[66] Jacksonville Jaguars (1996)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2003)
Larry McCarren C 1982, 1983 Green Bay Packers
Le'Ron McClain FB 2008, 2009 Baltimore Ravens
Cy McClairen E 1957 Pittsburgh Steelers
Curtis McClinton HB 1962 (AFL), 1966 (AFL), 1967 (AFL) Dallas Texans (1962)
Kansas City Chiefs (1966, 1967)
Kent McCloughan CB 1966 (AFL), 1967 (AFL) Oakland Raiders
Dexter McCluster RB 2013 Kansas City Chiefs
Darris McCord DE 1957 Detroit Lions
Mike McCormack OT 1951, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1961, 1962 New York Yanks (1951)
Cleveland Browns (1956, 1957, 1960-1962)
Devin McCourty CB, FS 2010,[78] 2016double-dagger[33] New England Patriots 2016-Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl LI[124]
Gerald McCoy DT 2012,[40] 2013,[4] 2014,[10] 2015,[32] 2016dagger,[33] 2017[34] Tampa Bay Buccaneers
LeSean McCoy RB 2011dagger[79] 2013,[4] 2014,[10] 2015double-dagger,[32] 2016double-dagger,[33] 2017[34] Philadelphia Eagles (2011, 2013, 2014)
Buffalo Bills (2015–2017)
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[125]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[126]
Michael McCrary DE 1998,[63] 1999[17] Baltimore Ravens
Lawrence McCutcheon RB 1973,[49] 1974,[50] 1975,[18] 1976,[19] 1977[20] Los Angeles Rams
Ed McDaniel LB 1998 Minnesota Vikings
Randall McDaniel G 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Minnesota Vikings (1989-1999)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2000)
Terry McDaniel CB 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 Los Angeles Raiders (1992-1994)
Oakland Raiders (1995, 1996)
Ron McDole DE 1965 (AFL), 1967 (AFL) Buffalo Bills
Tim McDonald S 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Phoenix Cardinals (1989, 1991, 1992)
San Francisco 49ers (1993-1995)
Tommy McDonald WR 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1965 Philadelphia Eagles (1958-1962)
Los Angeles Rams (1965)
Hugh McElhenny HB 1952,[84] 1953,[11] 1956,[43] 1957#,[56] 1958,[44] 1961 (NFL)[46] San Francisco 49ers (1952, 1953, 1956–1958)
Minnesota Vikings (1961)
1957—Named MVP of game
Vann McElroy FS 1983,[26] 1984[52] Los Angeles Raiders
Bud McFadin DT 1955,[42] 1956,[43] 1961 (AFL),[71] 1962 (AFL),[6] 1963 (AFL)[7] Los Angeles Rams (1955, 1956)
Denver Broncos (1961–1963)
Willis McGahee RB 2007,[75] 2011[79] Baltimore Ravens (2007)
Denver Broncos (2011)
2007—Selected as a replacement for LaDainian Tomlinson[127]
2011—Selected as a replacement for Arian Foster[128]
Ben McGee DE 1966 (NFL),[69] 1968 (NFL)[55] Pittsburgh Steelers
Max McGee WR 1961 Green Bay Packers
Terrence McGee KR 2004 Buffalo Bills
Willie McGinest OLB 1996, 2003 New England Patriots
Chester McGlockton DT 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Los Angeles Raiders (1994)
Oakland Raiders (1995-1997)
Thurman McGraw DT 1950[80] Detroit Lions
Pat McInally P 1981[24] Cincinnati Bengals
Guy McIntyre G 1989,[86] 1990,[2] 1991,[3] 1992,[87] 1993[88] San Francisco 49ers
Marlin McKeever LB 1966 (NFL)[69] Los Angeles Rams
Benardrick McKinney ILB 2018[35] Houston Texans
Bryant McKinnie OT 2009 Minnesota Vikings
Leon McLaughlin C 1954 Los Angeles Rams
Bob McLeod TE 1961 (AFL) Houston Oilers
Jim McMahon QB 1985 Chicago Bears
Steve McMichael DT 1986, 1987 Chicago Bears
Erik McMillan S 1988, 1989 New York Jets
Ernie McMillan OT 1965, 1967, 1969, 1970 St. Louis Cardinals
Audray McMillian CB 1992 Minnesota Vikings
Chuck McMurtry DT 1961 (AFL) Buffalo Bills
Donovan McNabb QB 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009 Philadelphia Eagles
Steve McNair QB 2000, 2003, 2005 Tennessee Titans
Charlie McNeil DB 1961 (AFL) San Diego Chargers
Clifton McNeil WR 1968 San Francisco 49ers
Freeman McNeil RB 1982, 1984, 1985 New York Jets
Gerald McNeil KR 1987 Cleveland Browns
Ryan McNeil CB 2001[64] San Diego Chargers
Marcus McNeill OT 2006,[74] 2007[75] San Diego Chargers 2006—Selected as a replacement for Willie Anderson[129]
2007—Selected as a replacement for Jonathan Ogden[130]
Bill McPeak DE 1952,[84] 1953,[11] 1956[43] Pittsburgh Steelers
Jake McQuaide LS 2016,[33] 2017[34] St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams
Ed Meador DB 1960,[45] 1964 (NFL),[58] 1965 (NFL),[68] 1966 (NFL),[69] 1967 (NFL),[82] 1968 (NFL)[55] Los Angeles Rams
Natrone Means RB 1994 San Diego Chargers
Karl Mecklenburg LB 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993 Denver Broncos
Dave Meggett KR 1989, 1996 New York Giants (1989)
New England Patriots (1996)
Lance Mehl ILB 1985 New York Jets
Dale Meinert LB 1963, 1965, 1967 St. Louis Cardinals
Henry Melton DE 2012 Chicago Bears
Mike Mercer K, P 1967 (AFL) Buffalo Bills
Don Meredith QB 1966, 1967, 1968 Dallas Cowboys
Dudley Meredith DT 1965 (AFL) Buffalo Bills
Brandon Meriweather FS 2009, 2010 New England Patriots
Shawne Merriman OLB 2005,[67] 2006,[74] 2007[75] San Diego Chargers
Mike Merriweather OLB 1984,[52] 1985,[53] 1986[30] Pittsburgh Steelers
Jerry Mertens DB 1958[44] San Francisco 49ers
DK Metcalf WR 2020[60] Seattle Seahawks
Eric Metcalf KR, RB 1993, 1994, 1997 Cleveland Browns (1993, 1994)
San Diego Chargers (1997)
Terry Metcalf RB 1974, 1975, 1977 St. Louis Cardinals
Rich Michael T 1962 (AFL), 1963 (AFL) Houston Oilers
Lou Michaels LDE 1962, 1963 Pittsburgh Steelers
Walt Michaels LB 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 Cleveland Browns
Art Michalik MG 1953 San Francisco 49ers
Terdell Middleton RB 1978 Green Bay Packers
Quintin Mikell S 2009 Philadelphia Eagles
Nick Mike-Mayer K 1973 Atlanta Falcons
Glyn Milburn KR 1995, 1999 Denver Broncos (1995)
Chicago Bears (1999)
Keith Millard DT 1988, 1989 Minnesota Vikings
Matt Millen LB 1988 Los Angeles Raiders
Alan Miller FB 1961 (AFL) Oakland Raiders
Anthony Miller WR 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1995 San Diego Chargers (1989, 1990, 1992, 1993)
Denver Broncos (1995)
Chris Miller QB 1991 Atlanta Falcons
Fred Miller DT 1967, 1968, 1969 Baltimore Colts
Heath Miller 2009, 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers
Jamir Miller LB 2001 Cleveland Browns
Junior Miller TE 1980, 1981 Atlanta Falcons
Justin Miller KR 2006[74] New York Jets
Lamar Miller RB 2018[35] Houston Texans 2018—Selected as a replacement for Phillip Lindsay[83]
Paul Miller DE 1955,[42] 1956[43] Los Angeles Rams
Von Miller OLB 2011dagger,[79] 2012double-dagger,[40] 2014,[10] 2015double-dagger,[32] 2016dagger,[33] 2017dagger,[34] 2018dagger,[35] 2019dagger[36] Denver Broncos 2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[131]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl 50[132]
Zach Miller TE 2010[78] Oakland Raiders 2010—Selected as a replacement for Antonio Gates[133]
Hanik Milligan ST 2005[67] San Diego Chargers
Lawyer Milloy SS 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002 New England Patriots
John Henry Mills RB, TE, LB 1996 Houston Oilers
Pete Mills WR 1965 (AFL) Buffalo Bills
Sam Mills LB 1987, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1996 New Orleans Saints (1987, 1988, 1991, 1992)
Carolina Panthers (1996)
Gene Mingo PK 1960 (AFL), 1962 (AFL) Denver Broncos
Frank Minnifield CB 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Cleveland Browns
Bob Mischak LG, RG 1961 (AFL), 1962 (AFL) New York Titans
Bobby Mitchell HB, FL 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964 Cleveland Browns (1960)
Washington Redskins (1962-1964)
Brian Mitchell KR 1995 Washington Redskins
Jim Mitchell TE 1969, 1972 Atlanta Falcons
Keith Mitchell OLB 2000 New Orleans Saints
Leroy Mitchell CB 1968 (AFL) Boston Patriots
Lydell Mitchell RB 1975, 1976, 1977 Baltimore Colts
Ron Mix OT 1961 (AFL), 1962 (AFL), 1963 (AFL), 1964 (AFL), 1965 (AFL), 1966 (AFL), 1967 (AFL), 1968 (AFL) San Diego Chargers
Dick Modzelewski DT 1964 Cleveland Browns
Dicky Moegle RS 1955 San Francisco 49ers
Ralf Mojsiejenko P 1987 San Diego Chargers
Art Monk WR 1984, 1985, 1986 Washington Redskins
Joe Montana QB 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1993 San Francisco 49ers (1981, 1983-1985, 1987, 1989, 1990)
Kansas City Chiefs (1993)
Greg Montgomery P 1993 Houston Oilers
Wilbert Montgomery RB 1978, 1979 Philadelphia Eagles
Max Montoya G 1986, 1988, 1989, 1993 Cincinnati Bengals (1986, 1988, 1989)
Los Angeles Raiders (1993)
Warren Moon QB 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997# Houston Oilers (1988-1993)
Minnesota Vikings (1994, 1995)
Seattle Seahawks (1997)
1997—Named MVP of game
Brandon Moore OG 2011 New York Jets
Dave Moore LS 2006 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Herman Moore WR 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 Detroit Lions
Lenny Moore HB 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964 Baltimore Colts
Nat Moore WR 1977 Miami Dolphins
Rob Moore WR 1994, 1997 New York Jets (1994)
Arizona Cardinals (1997)
Tom Moore RB 1962 Green Bay Packers
Wayne Moore OT 1973 Miami Dolphins
William Moore SS 2012 Atlanta Falcons
Zeke Moore CB 1970 Houston Oilers
Brian Moorman P 2005, 2006 Buffalo Bills
Sean Morey ST 2008 Arizona Cardinals
Dan Morgan ILB 2004 Carolina Panthers
Stanley Morgan WR 1979, 1980, 1986, 1987 New England Patriots
Milt Morin TE 1968, 1971 Cleveland Browns
Earl Morrall QB 1957, 1968 Pittsburgh Steelers (1957)
Baltimore Colts (1968)
Alfred Morris RB 2013, 2014 Washington Redskins
Dennit Morris LB 1961 (AFL) Houston Oilers
Joe Morris RB 1985, 1986 New York Giants
Johnny Morris HB 1960 Chicago Bears
Jon Morris C 1964 (AFL), 1965 (AFL), 1966 (AFL), 1967 (AFL), 1968 (AFL), 1969 (AFL), 1970 Boston Patriots
Mercury Morris KR, RB 1971,[31] 1972,[12] 1973double-dagger[49] Miami Dolphins 1973—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[134]
Fred "Curly" Morrison HB 1955[42] Cleveland Browns
John Morrow C 1961 (NFL),[46] 1963 (NFL)[94] Cleveland Browns
Thomas Morstead P 2012[40] New Orleans Saints
Don Mosebar C 1986,[30] 1990,[2] 1991[3] Los Angeles Raiders
Mark Moseley K 1979,[22] 1982[25] Washington Redskins
Haven Moses WR 1969 (AFL),[28] 1973[49] Buffalo Bills (1969)
Denver Broncos (1973)
C. J. Mosley ILB 2014,[10] 2016double-dagger,[33] 2017dagger,[34] 2018dagger[35] Baltimore Ravens 2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[135]
Randy Moss WR 1998,[63] 1999#,[17] 2000,[72] 2002,[65] 2003,[66] 2007double-dagger[75] Minnesota Vikings (1998–2000, 2002, 2003)
New England Patriots (2007)
1999—Named MVP of game
2007—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[136]
Santana Moss WR 2005 Washington Redskins
Marion Motley FB 1950 Cleveland Browns
Eric Moulds WR 1998, 2000, 2002 Buffalo Bills
Howard Mudd OG 1966, 1967, 1968 San Francisco 49ers
Ovie Mughelli FB 2010dagger[78] Atlanta Falcons
Muhsin Muhammad WR 1999,[17] 2004[73] Carolina Panthers
Don Muhlbach LS 2012,[40] 2018[35] Detroit Lions
Herb Mul-Key KR 1973[49] Washington Redskins
Mike Munchak G 1984,[52] 1985,[53] 1987,[1] 1988,[93] 1989,[86] 1990,[2] 1991,[3] 1992,[87] 1993[88] Houston Oilers
Chuck Muncie RB 1979, 1981, 1982 New Orleans Saints (1979)
San Diego Chargers (1981, 1982)
Anthony Muñoz OT 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 Cincinnati Bengals
Mark Murphy FS 1983 Washington Redskins
DeMarco Murray RB 2013, 2014, 2016 Dallas Cowboys (2013, 2014)
Tennessee Titans (2016)
Eddie Murray K 1980, 1989 Detroit Lions
Kyler Murray QB 2020[60] Arizona Cardinals
Latavius Murray RB 2015[32] Oakland Raiders 2015—Selected as a replacement for Jonathan Stewart[137]
Jim Mutscheller TE 1957[56] Baltimore Colts
Chip Myers WR 1972[12] Cincinnati Bengals
Chris Myers C 2011,[79] 2012[40] Houston Texans 2011—Selected as a replacement for Maurkice Pouncey[138]
Jason Myers K 2018dagger[35] New York Jets
Tom Myers S 1979[22] New Orleans Saints

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