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Ravens rookie didn't know rookies could make Pro Bowl

Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley was slightly surprised to hear that he had made the Pro Bowl.

Photos of the Year – December 26

(As the year ends, we’re sharing our favorite photos from the past 12 months) There was a photo sequence of Titans Pro Bowl selection Ashley P during the Halloween game that I love, and this is one of my favorites of the series. Ashley’s joy shines through and is infectious. Plus, at [...]

Drew Pearson recalls the first Hail Mary pass

Drew Pearson played 11 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, made three Pro Bowls, was a three-time All-Pro, and reeled in 489 career catches…

Gary Kubiak: Running game has become “a concern”

Justin Forsett has run the ball well enough this season to be named a Pro Bowl alternate, but the last two weeks have been rough sledding for him. Forsett has run the ball 26 times for 67 yards in the last two games, including a 10-carry, 19-yard effort in last weekend’s 25-13 loss to the…

Bears' Matt Forte takes Pro Bowl snub in stride

If you're not a fan of Bears running back Matt Forte, that's OK, because he's been overlooked all season as Chicago struggled through a disappointing year.

Le’Veon Bell: It’s “pick your poison” against Steelers offense

Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell had a good week. He was selected to go to the Pro Bowl and named the MVP of the Steelers by his teammates in recognition of the leap he’s taken in his second season. Bell leads the AFC in rushing and he’s set team records for yards from scrimmage and…

Pro Bowl system unfair for Lavonte David

TAMPA, Fla. – Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith frequently calls Lavonte David the best outside linebacker in the NFL. So why was David once again overlooked when the Pro Bowl selections were announced Tuesday night? It’s simple. Show More Summary

Rex Ryan thinks Aaron Donald can’t hold Sheldon Richardson’s jock

Rex Ryan is going out in a blaze of glory. The soon-to-be-former Jets head coach met with the media on Christmas Eve, one day after the NFL announced the players who qualified for the Pro Bowl.  And Ryan objected to the failure of defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson to make it by questioning the skills of…

Did the Eagles Err in Cutting DeSean Jackson?

DeSean Jackson was supposedly replaceable. Why else would the Philadelphia Eagles release a Pro Bowl receiver in his prime? Regardless of the rationale for that move, which took place as the 28-year-old was embroiled in off-the-field...Show More Summary

Jets DT Sheldon Richardon fumes over Pro Bowl snub

All Sheldon Richardson wanted for Christmas was a trip to the Pro Bowl, but Santa didn't deliver.

Kyle Long savors Pro Bowl honor; Matt Forte downplays snub

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Bears second-year right guard Kyle Long met his second straight Pro Bowl nomination with his characteristic enthusiasm Wednesday.

Matt Forte eyes milestones

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Matt Forte remained upbeat Wednesday despite missing out on being named to his third Pro Bowl as the running back eyes a couple of significant milestones Sunday when the Chicago Bears face the Minnesota Vikings. With...Show More Summary

Mike Pettine proposes new name for Pro Bowl

BEREA, Ohio — Mike Pettine had a message for Joe Thomas on Wednesday, the morning after Thomas had been named to his eighth Pro Bowl in eight years. “I told hiim they’re going to rename it,” said Pettine, who has been very quick with a quip even as the Browns' strong start faded in the final month “Call it the Joe Thomas Invitational. Show More Summary

Fletcher Cox was initially mad about Pro Bowl snub, now he’s not

Anger, denial, bargaining, depression, and acceptance represent the typical stages of grief.  When it comes to not qualifying for the Pro Bowl, Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has short-circuited that process to anger and acceptance. “Dude, I mean, I was mad all last night, kind of mad this morning,” Cox said Wednesday, via Geoff Mosher…

Jason Kelce on Pro Bowl: 'I'm not as good as last year'

PHILADELPHIA -- Eagles center Jason Kelce got the call a year late. It was Chip Kelly, his head coach, telling Kelce that he’d been chosen for the Pro Bowl. This year’s Pro Bowl, not last year’s. Kelce missed four games this season after having surgery to repair a sports hernia. Show More Summary

Tony Romo's return not complete with Pro Bowl spot

IRVING, Texas – A year ago at this time, Tony Romo was preparing for a back surgery that kept him out of the winner-take-all season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles and cast a doubt as to whether he would return to form. “I think I feel better this time of year than I did last year at this time,” Romo said, “so that’s a positive. Show More Summary

Doug Marrone's gesture made Jerry Hughes happy

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills saw three members of their defensive line selected to the Pro Bowl on Tuesday night, but coach Doug Marrone made sure that their fourth starter, Jerry Hughes, wasn't left out. Marrone called Hughes...Show More Summary

Jurrell Casey won’t go to Pro Bowl as an alternate

Because of the number of Pro Bowlers who won’t play in the game because of the Super Bowl, injury or disinterest, a lot of alternates annually make the all-star game. But one of those alternates has no plans to accept any invitation that might come. According to Paul Kuharsky of, Titans defensive tackle Jurrell Casey…

Cam Newton: 'It was past due' for Greg Olsen to make Pro Bowl

Carolina's tight end has been one of the best in the league at his position for a few years now.

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