Which Chiefs were snubbed from the 2018 Pro Bowl?

Which Chiefs were snubbed from the 2018 Pro Bowl?

Defensive end Everson Griffen and linebacker Anthony Barr were named Tuesday night to the game for the third consecutive season and cornerback Xavier Rhodes for the second straight year.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be the AFC starter; this is his 13th Pro Bowl nod, one behind the record now held by Tony Gonzalez, Peyton Manning, Bruce Matthews and Merlin Olsen.

Even with two games remaining, this season has already been one to remember for the Minnesota Vikings.

On Tuesday night, the National Football League announced Pro Bowl rosters, which included Vikings Xavier Rhodes, Everson Griffen, Adam Thielen and Anthony Barr.

Kicker Chris Boswell, who is tied for fourth in the league with a 91.7 kicking percentage, was the eighth Steeler to be selected; this is his first Pro Bowl selection. Also not selected was nose tackle Linval Joseph, a notable run-stopper who played in last season's Pro Bowl.

The players were selected based on a consensus of votes from fans, players and coaches.

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Davis can return to play in Carolina's regular-season finale on December 31 against Atlanta.

Thielen broke loose a year ago with 69 catches for 967 yards and this season has been even better. Hill has two more receptions and 94 more yards than Bengals receiver A.J. Green who did make it, although Green does have one more receiving touchdown. Over the last six games, he has 16 catches for 140 yards.

As for the other Eagles, right tackle Lane Johnson, right guard Brandon Brooks, a starter, and tight end Zach Ertz, also a starter, were each chosen for the first time, along with Wentz.

Five former University of Alabama football players are among those named to the January 28 Pro Bowl, including Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones, Giants safety Landon Collins, Ravens linebacker C.J.

"I'm hoping that none of our Pro Bowlers are playing in the Pro Bowl, " Vikings defensive end Brian Robison said Monday.

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