Gerald McCoy was the only Tampa Bay Bucs player named to the NFL Pro Bowl on Tuesday. It was McCoy’s sixth career Pro Bowl selection and the sixth consecutive, tying him for the third-most in team history.
Four Jacksonville Jaguars players have been named to the NFL Pro Bowl, the most since 1999. They are defensive linemen Calais Campbell and Malik Jackson and cornerbacks A.J. Bouye and Jalen Ramsey. Safety Reshad Jones was the lone selection from the Miami Dolphins.
Antonio Brown, Le'Veon Bell and Ben Roethlisberger are among a Pro Bowl-high eight Pittsburgh Steelers selected for the all-star game.
The Philadelphia Eagles and New Orleans Saints each placed six players in the game, to be played Jan. 28 in Orlando, Florida.
Four rookies were chosen in voting by NFL players, coaches and fans: running backs Alvin Kamara of the Saints and Kareem Hunt of the Chiefs, cornerback Marshon Lattimore of the Saints, and safety Budda Baker of the Cardinals.
Twenty-four of the 86 Pro Bowl selections announced Tuesday are newcomers.