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List of Pro Bowl players, S-V

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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

S

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
George Saimes S 1964 (AFL),[1] 1965 (AFL),[2] 1966 (AFL),[3] 1967 (AFL),[4] 1968 (AFL)[5] Buffalo Bills
Dan Saleaumua DT 1995[6] Kansas City Chiefs
Asante Samuel CB 2007dagger,[7] 2008double-dagger,[8] 2009dagger,[9] 2010double-dagger[10] New England Patriots (2007)
Philadelphia Eagles (2008–2010)
2008—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[11]
2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[12]
Chris Samuels OT 2001,[13] 2002,[14] 2005,[15] 2006,[16] 2007,[7] 2008double-dagger[8] Washington Redskins 2008—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[17]
Barry Sanders RB 1989,[18] 1990,[19] 1991,[20] 1992,[21] 1993,[22] 1994,[23] 1995,[6] 1996,[24] 1997,[25] 1998[26] Detroit Lions
Bob Sanders S 2005,[15] 2007daggerdouble-dagger[7] Indianapolis Colts 2007—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[27]
Charlie Sanders TE 1968 (NFL),[28] 1969 (NFL),[29] 1970,[30] 1971,[31] 1974,[32] 1975,[33] 1976[34] Detroit Lions
Deion Sanders
Emmanuel Sanders
Spec Sanders
Mike Sandusky
Leo Sanford
Jesse Sapolu
Warren Sapp
Jeff Saturday
George Sauer, Jr.
Todd Sauerbrun
Rich Saul
Gale Sayers
Bob Scarpitto
Dick Schafrath
Matt Schaub QB 2009daggerHash-tag,[9] 2012[35] Houston Texans 2009—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[36]
2009—Named MVP of game
Brandon Scherff G 2016double-dagger,[37] 2017[38] Washington Redskins 2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[39]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[40]
Mark Schlereth G 1991,[20] 1998[26] Washington Redskins (1991)
Denver Broncos (1998)
Bob Schmidt C 1961 (AFL),[41] 1962 (AFL),[42] 1963 (AFL)[43] Houston Oilers
Henry Schmidt
Joe Schmidt
Mike Schneck
Bob Schnelker
Otto Schnellbacher DB 1950,[44] 1951[45] New York Giants
Aaron Schobel DE 2006,[16] 2007[7] Buffalo Bills 2007—Selected as a replacement for Jason Taylor[46]
Joe Schobert LB 2017[38] Cleveland Browns 2017—Selected as a replacement for Ryan Shazier[47]
Marty Schottenheimer LB 1965 (AFL)[2] Buffalo Bills
Jim Schrader
Gene Schroeder
Jay Schroeder
Harry Schuh
Lance Schulters
Jim Schwantz
Joe Scibelli
Bart Scott
Clarence Scott
Herbert Scott
Jake Scott
Todd Scott
Tom Scott
Joe Scudero
Leon Searcy
Junior Seau
Mike Sellers
Ron Sellers
Lee Roy Selmon
Joe Senser
Rafael Septién
Tom Sestak
John Settle
Harley Sewell
Richard Seymour
Ronnie Shanklin
Luis Sharpe
Shannon Sharpe
Sterling Sharpe
Darren Sharper S 2000,[48] 2002,[14] 2005,[15] 2007dagger,[7] 2009double-dagger,[9] Green Bay Packers (2000, 2002)
Minnesota Vikings (2005, 2007)
New Orleans Saints (2009)
2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Saints advanced to Super Bowl XLIV[49]
Billy Shaw G 1962 (AFL),[42] 1963 (AFL),[43] 1964 (AFL),[1] 1965 (AFL),[2] 1966 (AFL),[3] 1967 (AFL),[4] 1968 (AFL),[5] 1969 (AFL)[50] Buffalo Bills
Bob Shaw OE 1950[44] Chicago Cardinals
Ryan Shazier OLB 2016dagger,[37] 2017double-dagger[38] Pittsburgh Steelers 2016—Selected as a replacement for C. J. Mosley[51]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[47]
Art Shell
Donnie Shell
Elbert Shelley
Jerry Sherk
Lito Sheppard CB 2004,[52] 2006[16] Philadelphia Eagles
Anthony Sherman FB 2018dagger[53] Kansas City Chiefs
Richard Sherman CB 2013,[54] 2014,[55] 2015,[56] 2016[37] Seattle Seahawks
Will Sherman S 1955,[57] 1958[58] Los Angeles Rams
Sam Shields
Will Shields
Jerry Shipkey
Jeremy Shockey
Del Shofner OE 1958,[58] 1959,[59] 1961 (NFL),[60] 1962 (NFL),[61] 1963 (NFL)[62] Los Angeles Rams (1958, 1959)
New York Giants (1961–1963)
Chuck Shonta DB 1966 (AFL)[3] Boston Patriots
Kawann Short DT 2015double-dagger,[56] 2018[53] Carolina Panthers 2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Panthers advanced to Super Bowl 50[63]
2018—Selected as a replacement for Aaron Donald[64]
Mickey Shuler TE 1986,[65] 1988[66] New York Jets
Jeff Siemon
Vai Sikahema
Sam Silas
Clyde Simmons
Jack Simmons
Phil Simms
Corey Simon
O. J. Simpson
Billy Sims
Keith Sims
Michael Sinclair
Mike Singletary
Brian Sipe
Jerry Sisemore
Otis Sistrunk
Josh Sitton
Tom Skladany
Bob Skoronski
Chris Slade OLB 1997[25] New England Patriots
Jackie Slater OT 1983,[67] 1985,[68] 1986,[65] 1987,[69] 1988,[66] 1989,[18] 1990[19] Los Angeles Rams
Matthew Slater ST 2011double-dagger,[70] 2012,[35] 2013double-dagger,[54] 2014double-dagger,[55] 2015double-dagger,[56] 2016double-dagger,[37] 2017daggerdouble-dagger[38] New England Patriots 2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLVI[71]
2014—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLIX[72]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[73]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl LI[74]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl LII[75]
Webster Slaughter WR 1989,[18] 1993[22] Cleveland Browns (1989)
Houston Oilers (1993)
Darius Slay CB 2017,[38] 2018[53] Detroit Lions
David Sloan TE 1999[76] Detroit Lions
Fred Smerlas NT 1980,[77] 1981,[78] 1982,[79] 1983,[67] 1988[66] Buffalo Bills
Aaron Smith DE 2004[52] Pittsburgh Steelers
Al Smith LB 1991,[20] 1992[21] Houston Oilers
Aldon Smith OLB 2012double-dagger[35] San Francisco 49ers 2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLVII[80]
Alex Smith QB 2013,[54] 2016dagger,[37] 2017[38] Kansas City Chiefs 2013—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[81]
2016—Selected as a replacement for Derek Carr[82]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Philip Rivers[83]
Antonio Smith
Bob Smith
Bobby Smith
Bruce Smith
Bubba Smith
Clifton Smith
Dennis Smith
Detron Smith
Doug Smith
Emmitt Smith
Harrison Smith FS 2015,[56] 2016dagger,[37] 2017,[38] 2018[53] Minnesota Vikings 2015—Selected as a replacement for Earl Thomas[84]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Landon Collins[85]
J. D. Smith FB, HB 1959,[59] 1962 (NFL)[61] San Francisco 49ers
J. D. Smith OT 1961 (NFL)[60] Philadelphia Eagles
J. T. Smith KR, WR 1980,[77] 1988[66] Kansas City Chiefs (1980)
Phoenix Cardinals (1988)
Jackie Smith
Jerry Smith
Jim Ray Smith
Jimmy Smith
John Smith
Justin Smith
Marvel Smith
Neil Smith
Paul Smith
Robert Smith
Rod Smith
Ron Smith
Steve Smith
Steve Smith Sr.
Telvin Smith OLB 2017[38] Jacksonville Jaguars 2017—Selected as a replacement for Jadeveon Clowney[86]
Tyron Smith OT 2013,[54] 2014,[55] 2015,[56] 2016dagger,[37] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[38] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[53] Dallas Cowboys 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[87]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[88]
Wade Smith G 2012[35] Houston Texans
Will Smith DE 2006[16] New Orleans Saints
JuJu Smith-Schuster WR 2018[53] Pittsburgh Steelers 2018—Selected as a replacement for Antonio Brown[89]
Norm Snead
Chris Snee
Matt Snell
Jack Snow
Lum Snyder
Brian Sochia
Paul Soliai
Ron Solt
Gordy Soltau
Mac Speedie
Anthony Spencer
Chris Spielman
Takeo Spikes
C. J. Spiller
Art Spinney
Shawn Springs
Ed Sprinkle
Darren Sproles
Bob St. Clair
Len St. Jean
Ken Stabler
Billy Stacy
Matthew Stafford
Joe Staley OT 2011dagger,[70] 2012double-dagger,[35] 2013double-dagger,[54] 2014,[55] 2015,[56] 2017[38] San Francisco 49ers 2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLVII[90]
2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[91]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Tyron Smith[87]
Larry Stallings OLB 1970[30] St. Louis Cardinals
John Stallworth WR 1979,[92] 1982,[79] 1984[93] Pittsburgh Steelers
Norm Standlee LB 1950[44] San Francisco 49ers
Dick Stanfel
Bill Stanfill
Rohn Stark
Randy Starks
Bart Starr
Roger Staubach
Ernie Stautner DT 1952,[94] 1953,[95] 1955,[57] 1956Hash-tag,[96] 1957,[97] 1958,[58] 1959,[59] 1960,[98] 1961 (NFL)[60] Pittsburgh Steelers 1956—Named Outstanding Lineman of game
Joel Steed NT 1997[25] Pittsburgh Steelers
Greg Stemrick CB 1980[77] Houston Oilers
Jan Stenerud K 1970,[30] 1971,[31] 1975,[33] 1984[93] Kansas City Chiefs (1970, 1971, 1975)
Minnesota Vikings (1984)
John Stephens RB 1988[66] New England Patriots
Dwight Stephenson C 1983,[67] 1984,[93] 1985,[68] 1986,[65] 1987[69] Miami Dolphins
Mark Stepnoski C 1992,[21] 1993,[22] 1994,[23] 1995,[6] 1996[24] Dallas Cowboys (1992–1994)
Houston Oilers (1995, 1996)
Todd Steussie OT 1997,[25] 1998[26] Minnesota Vikings
Darian Stewart S 2016[37] Denver Broncos 2016—Selected as a replacement for Eric Berry[99]
Jonathan Stewart
Kordell Stewart
Art Still
Gary Stills
Jon Stinchcomb
Bill Stits
Donnie Stone
Ron Stone
Jerry Stovall
Matt Stover
Michael Strahan
Mike Stratton
Larry Strickland
Korey Stringer
Mack Strong
Jack Stroud
Marcus Stroud
Johnny Strzykalski
Dana Stubblefield
Darrell Stuckey
Pat Studstill
Scott Studwell
Jerry Sturm
Leo Sugar DE 1958,[58] 1960[98] Chicago/St. Louis Cardinals
Terrell Suggs OLB 2004,[52] 2006,[16] 2008,[8] 2010dagger,[10] 2011double-dagger,[70] 2013,[54] 2017[38] Baltimore Ravens 2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[100]
Walter Suggs OT 1967 (AFL),[4] 1968 (AFL)[5] Houston Oilers
Ndamukong Suh DT 2010double-dagger,[10] 2012,[35] 2013,[54] 2014,[55] 2016dagger[37] Detroit Lions (2010, 2012–2014)
Miami Dolphins (2016)
2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[101]
2012—Selected as a replacement for Justin Smith[102]
Milt Sunde
Patrick Surtain
Bill Svoboda
Eric Swann
Lynn Swann
Walt Sweeney
Bob Swenson
Pat Swilling
Dick Szymanski

T

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Bob Talamini G 1962 (AFL),[42] 1963 (AFL),[43] 1964 (AFL),[1] 1965 (AFL),[2] 1966 (AFL),[3] 1967 (AFL)[4] Houston Oilers
Diron Talbert DT 1974[32] Washington Redskins
George Taliaferro HB 1951,[45] 1952,[94] 1953[95] New York Yanks (1951)
Dallas Texans (1952)
Baltimore Colts (1953)
Mike Taliaferro QB 1969 (AFL)[50] Boston Patriots
Aqib Talib CB 2013,[54] 2014,[55] 2015double-dagger,[56] 2016dagger,[37] 2017[38] New England Patriots (2013)
Denver Broncos (2014–2017)
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl 50[103]
Darryl Talley LB 1990,[19] 1991[20] Buffalo Bills
Fran Tarkenton
Steve Tasker
Golden Tate
Jack Tatum
Lofa Tatupu
Mosi Tatupu
Bobby Taylor
Bruce Taylor
Charley Taylor
Fred Taylor
Jason Taylor
Jim Taylor
John Taylor
Hugh Taylor
Lawrence Taylor
Lionel Taylor
Otis Taylor
Roosevelt Taylor
Sean Taylor
Tyrod Taylor
Marvin Terrell
Vinny Testaverde
Deral Teteak
Joe Theismann
R. C. Thielemann
Adam Thielen WR 2017dagger,[38] 2018[53] Minnesota Vikings
Yancey Thigpen WR 1995,[6] 1997[25] Pittsburgh Steelers
Aaron Thomas TE 1964 (NFL)[104] New York Giants
Adalius Thomas OLB 2003,[105] 2006[16] Baltimore Ravens
Clendon Thomas DB 1963 (NFL)[62] Pittsburgh Steelers
Demaryius Thomas WR 2012,[35] 2013double-dagger,[54] 2014,[55] 2016[37] Denver Broncos 2012—Selected as a replacement for Wes Welker[106]
2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII[107]
Derrick Thomas OLB 1989,[18] 1990,[19] 1991,[20] 1992,[21] 1993,[22] 1994,[23] 1995,[6] 1996,[24] 1997[25] Kansas City Chiefs
Earl Thomas FS 2011dagger,[70] 2012dagger,[35] 2013double-dagger,[54] 2014double-dagger,[55] 2015double-dagger,[56] 2017dagger[38] Seattle Seahawks 2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Seahawks advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII[108]
2014—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Seahawks advanced to Super Bowl XLIX[109]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[84]
Emmitt Thomas CB 1968 (AFL),[5] 1971,[31] 1972,[110] 1974,[32] 1975[33] Kansas City Chiefs
Eric Thomas
Henry Thomas
J. T. Thomas
Joe Thomas
John Thomas G 1966 (NFL)[111] San Francisco 49ers
Julius Thomas TE 2013double-dagger,[54] 2014double-dagger[55] Denver Broncos 2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII[112]
2014—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[113]
Michael Thomas ST 2018[53] New York Giants 2018—Selected as a replacement for Cory Littleton[114]
Michael Thomas WR 2017,[38] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[53] New Orleans Saints 2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[115]
Mike Thomas RB 1976[34] Washington Redskins
Pat Thomas
Thurman Thomas
Tra Thomas
William Thomas
Zach Thomas
Bobby Thomason
Bennie Thompson
Bill Thompson
Reyna Thompson
Pat Tilley
Charles Tillman
Adam Timmerman
Lawrence Timmons
Mick Tingelhoff
Andre Tippett
Y. A. Tittle
Robbie Tobeck
Charlie Tolar
Mike Tolbert
Tony Tolbert
LaDainian Tomlinson
Bob Toneff
Clayton Tonnemaker
Al Toon
Laverne Torczon DE 1961 (AFL)[41] Buffalo Bills
LaVern Torgeson LB 1954,[116] 1955,[57] 1956[96] Detroit Lions (1954)
Washington Redskins (1955–1956)
Zollie Toth FB 1950[44] New York Yanks
Dan Towler FB 1951Hash-tag,[45] 1952,[94] 1953,[95] 1954[116] Los Angeles Rams 1951—Named MVP of game
Greg Townsend DE 1990,[19] 1991[20] Los Angeles Raiders
John Tracey LB 1965 (AFL),[2] 1966 (AFL)[3] Buffalo Bills
Tom Tracy HB 1958,[58] 1960[98] Pittsburgh Steelers
Brynden Trawick ST 2017[38] Tennessee Titans 2017—Selected as a replacement for Matthew Slater[75]
David Treadwell
Charley Trippi
Frank Tripucka
Jeremiah Trotter
Mitchell Trubisky QB 2018[53] Chicago Bears 2018—Selected as a replacement for Jared Goff[117]
Desmond Trufant CB 2015[56] Atlanta Falcons 2015—Selected as a replacement for Josh Norman[118]
Marcus Trufant CB 2007dagger[7] Seattle Seahawks
Bob Trumpy TE 1968 (AFL),[5] 1969 (AFL),[50] 1970,[30] 1973[119] Cincinnati Bengals
Jerry Tubbs
Winfred Tubbs
Jessie Tuggle
Justin Tuck
Justin Tucker
Mark Tuinei
Emlen Tunnell
Tom Tupa
Matt Turk
Renaldo Turnbull
Bake Turner
Bulldog Turner
Cecil Turner
Eric Turner
Jim Turner K 1968 (AFL),[5] 1969 (AFL)[50] New York Jets
Keena Turner OLB 1984[93] San Francisco 49ers
Michael Turner RB 2008,[8] 2010dagger[10] Atlanta Falcons
Trai Turner G 2015,[56] 2016dagger,[37] 2017,[38] 2018[53] Carolina Panthers 2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Panthers advanced to Super Bowl 50[120]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Zack Martin[121]
Rick Tuten P 1994[23] Seattle Seahawks
Wendell Tyler RB 1984[93] San Francisco 49ers
David Tyree ST 2005[15] New York Giants
Jim Tyrer OT 1962 (AFL),[42] 1963 (AFL),[43] 1964 (AFL),[1] 1965 (AFL),[2] 1966 (AFL),[3] 1968 (AFL),[5] 1969 (AFL),[50] 1970,[30] 1971[31] Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs

U

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Harry Ulinski C 1955[57] Washington Redskins
Osi Umenyiora DE 2005,[15] 2007[7] New York Giants
Max Unger C 2012dagger,[35] 2013double-dagger,[54] 2018double-dagger[53] Seattle Seahawks (2012, 2013)
New Orleans Saints (2018)
2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Seahawks advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII[122]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[123]
Johnny Unitas QB 1957,[97] 1958,[58] 1959Hash-tag,[59] 1960Hash-tag,[98] 1961 (NFL),[60] 1962 (NFL),[61] 1963 (NFL)Hash-tag,[62] 1964 (NFL),[104] 1966 (NFL),[111] 1967 (NFL)[124] Baltimore Colts 1959—Named MVP of game
1960—Named MVP of game
1963—Named MVP of game
Rick Upchurch KR 1976,[34] 1978,[125] 1979,[92] 1982[79] Denver Broncos
Gene Upshaw G 1968 (AFL),[5] 1972,[110] 1973,[119] 1974,[32] 1975,[33] 1976,[34] 1977[126] Oakland Raiders
Brian Urlacher LB 2000,[48] 2001,[13] 2002,[14] 2003,[105] 2005,[15] 2006,[16] 2010double-dagger,[10] 2011double-dagger[70] Chicago Bears 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[127]
2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[128]

V

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Norm Van Brocklin
Bruce Van Dyke
Jeff Van Note
Brad Van Pelt
Dick Van Raaphorst
Kyle Vanden Bosch
Leighton Vander Esch ILB 2018[53] Dallas Cowboys 2018—Selected as a replacement for Luke Kuechly[129]
Mike Vanderjagt K 2003[105] Indianapolis Colts
Frank Varrichione OT 1955,[57] 1957,[97] 1958,[58] 1960,[98] 1962 (NFL)[61] Pittsburgh Steelers (1955, 1957, 1958, 1960)
Los Angeles Rams (1962)
Nathan Vasher CB 2005[15] Chicago Bears
Louis Vasquez
Clarence Verdin
Alterraun Verner
Olivier Vernon OLB 2018[53] New York Giants 2018—Selected as a replacement for Khalil Mack[130]
Michael Vick QB 2002,[14] 2004,[52] 2005,[15] 2010dagger[10] Atlanta Falcons (2002, 2004, 2005)
Philadelphia Eagles (2010)
Alejandro Villanueva OT 2017dagger,[38] 2018dagger[53] Pittsburgh Steelers
Phil Villapiano LB 1973,[119] 1974,[32] 1975,[33] 1976[34] Oakland Raiders
Jonathan Vilma LB 2005,[15] 2009double-dagger,[9] 2010dagger[10] New York Jets (2005)
New Orleans Saints (2009, 2010)
2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Saints advanced to Super Bowl XLIV[131]
Adam Vinatieri
Troy Vincent
Bob Vogel
Rick Volk
Mike Vrabel

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