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NFL Pro Bowl rosters 2021: Full list of selections, voting results, snubs & alternates for AFC, NFC teams

The NFL won’t stage a Pro Bowl game in 2021, but the league still announced full Pro Bowl rosters this year based on coach, player and fan voting.

As a result, the weekend between conference championship games and the Super Bowl will be quieter than usual, even as the NFL creates video game simulations of the Pro Bowl on “Madden NFL 21.” On the bright side, the best players in the league won’t be at risk of injury in an exhibition.

Patrick Mahomes would have been the AFC’s Pro Bowl starter had a game taken place, while Aaron Rodgers would have started for the NFC.

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Players with Pro Bowl incentives in their contracts will still get their bonuses for being named to the 2021 team.

Here are the full rosters, voting results, snubs and more for the Pro Bowl:

Pro Bowl rosters 2021: AFC selections


QBPatrick MahomesChiefs
QBJosh AllenBills
QBDeshaun WatsonTexans
RBDerrick HenryTitans
RBNick ChubbBrowns
RBJosh JacobsRaiders
WRTyreek HillChiefs
WRStefon DiggsBills
WRKeenan AllenChargers
WRA.J. BrownTitans
TETravis KelceChiefs
TEDarren WallerRaiders
FBPatrick RicardRavens
TLaremy TunsilTexans
TEric FisherChiefs
TOrlando BrownRavens
GQuenton NelsonColts
GJoel BitonioBrowns
GDavid DeCastroSteelers
CMaurkice PounceySteelers
CRyan KellyColts


DEMyles GarrettBrowns
DEJoey BosaChargers
DEFrank ClarkChiefs
DTChris JonesChiefs
DTCameron HeywardSteelers
DTCalais CampbellRavens
OLBT.J. WattSteelers
OLBBradley ChubbBroncos
OLBMatt JudonRavens
ILBDarius LeonardColts
ILBTremaine EdmundsBills
CBXavien HowardDolphins
CBTre’Davious WhiteBills
CBMarlon HumphreyRavens
CBStephon GilmorePartriots
FSMinkah FitzpatrickSteelers
FSJustin SimmonsBroncos
SSTyrann MathieuChiefs

Special teams

LSMorgan CoxRavens
PJake BaileyPatriots
KJustin TuckerRavens
RSAndre RobertsBills
STMatthew SlaterPatriots

Pro Bowl rosters 2021: NFC selections


QBAaron RodgersPackers
QBRussell WilsonSeahawks
QBKyler MurrayCardinals
RBDalvin CookVikings
RBAlvin KamaraSaints
RBAaron JonesPackers
WRDavante AdamsPackers
WRDeAndre HopkinsCardinals
WRDK MetcalfSeahawks
WRJustin JeffersonVikings
TET.J. HockensonLions
TEEvan EngramGiants
FBKyle Juszczyk49ers
TDavid BakhtiariPackers
TTrent Williams49ers
TTerron ArmsteadSaints
GBrandon ScherffWashington Football Team
GElgton JenkinsPackers
GAndrus PeatSaints
CJason KelceEagles
CFrank RagnowLions


DECameron JordanSaints
DEBrandon GrahamEagles
DEChase YoungWashington Football Team
DTAaron DonaldRams
DTFletcher CoxEagles
DTGrady JarrettFalcons
OLBKhalil MackBears
OLBZa’Darius SmithPackers
OLBJason Pierre-PaulBuccaneers
ILBBobby WagnerSeahawks
ILBFred Warner49ers
CBJalen RamseyRams
CBJaire AlexanderPackers
CBMarshon LattimoreSaints
CBJames BradberryGiants
FSQuandre DiggsSeahawks
SSBudda BakerCardinals
SSJamal AdamsSeahawks

Special teams

LSTyler OttSeahawks
PJack FoxLions
KYounghoe KooFalcons
RSCordarrelle PattersonBears
STNick BelloreSeahawks

NFL Pro Bowl fan voting results 2021

Fan voting accounts for one-third of Pro Bowl consideration, with coaches and players weighing in separately to represent the other two-thirds.

These were the top fan vote getters by position this year for each conference:


QBPatrick MahomesChiefs342,353
RBDerrick HenryTitans315,359
FBAndy JanovichBrowns141,042
WRStefon DiggsBills251,222
TETravis KelceChiefs309,710
TMekhi BectonJets105,013
GJoel BitonioBrowns153,553
CDavid AndrewsPatriots116,031
KRodrigo BlankenshipColts158,131
RSAndre RobertsBills143.296
DEMyles GarrettBrowns244,899
DTChris JonesChiefs167,510
OLBT.J. WattSteelers232,734
ILBZach CunninghamTexans79,334
CBXavien HowardDolphins165,332
SSJordan PoyerBills181,911
FSMinkah FitzpatrickSteelers224,017
PMatt HaackDolphins80,162
STChris BoardRavens99,542
LSKameron CanadaySteelers129,915


QBRussell WilsonSeahawks335,156
RBDalvin CookVikings299,673
FBKyle Juszczyk49ers257,130
WRDK MetcalfSeahawks271,568
TET.J. HockensonLions148.713
TDavid BakhtiariPackers207,071
GAlex CappaBuccaneers95,058
CGarrett BradburyVikings96,056
KYounghoe KooFalcons201,903
RSCordarrelle PattersonBears193,398
DEChase YoungWashington Football Team128,042
DTAaron DonaldRams227,454
OLBZa’Darius SmithPackers147,310
ILBBobby WagnerSeahawks204,059
CBJames BradberryGiants87,818
SSBudda BakerCardinals215,520
FSQuandre DiggsSeahawks116,065
PJohnny HekkerRams134,291
STNick BelloreSeahawks132,220
LSHunter BradleyPackers118,823

Biggest Pro Bowl snubs 2021

Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill posted a 106.5 passer rating but was victimized by the deep pool of deserving AFC quarterbacks. He might have been selected over Kyler Murray had he been an NFC candidate, though it would have been a close finish because of Murray’s ability to create with his legs.

Colts running back Jonathan Taylor finished third in the NFL in rushing yards and averaged 5 yards per carry. Taylor also caught the highest percentage of passes thrown his way in the entire league. The rookie has reason to be upset he didn’t make the cut but has plenty of time in future seasons to right that wrong.

Giants defensive tackle Leonard Williams racked up 11.5 sacks, 30 quarterback hits and 14 tackles for loss but was snubbed in favor of Fletcher Cox and Grady Jarrett.

Patriots cornerback J.C. Jackson finished second in the NFL with nine interceptions but was not recognized with a Pro Bowl honor.

NFL teams with the most Pro Bowl selections

The Seahawks, Chiefs, Packers and Ravens each have seven Pro Bowl players.

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