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Here’s a full list of selections, alternates, coaches for AFC & NFC teams

The NFL didn’t host a Pro Bowl in 2021. That led to there being fewer official Pro Bowlers than usual, as the league didn’t need to designate alternates for the game.

However, the game is returning in 2022. As a result, the Pro Bowl rosters are lengthening once again, as alternates are needed to ensure that both teams will be able to field complete enough rosters to host the exhibition.

While plenty of players, including Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady, have opted out of the game, there will still be a lot of talent on display. Justin Herbert was voted the AFC’s starting quarterback, and he’ll look to show off his eleven talent again with little defensive pressure in his face.

Below is a full breakdown of the 2022 Pro Bowl rosters, including the full list of player selections, starters, alternates and coaches for the contest.

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Pro Bowl rosters 2022: AFC selections

Below is a look at every AFC player that was named to the 2022 Pro Bowl, highlighted by Justin Herbert, Jonathan Taylor, Ja’Marr Chase and Myles Garrett.

* Denotes a player that was voted a starter


Pos. Player Team
QB Justin Herbert* chargers
QB patrick mahomes chiefs
QB Lamar Jackson ravens
QB mac jones patriots
RB Jonathan Taylor* Colts
RB Nick Chub Brown’s
RB Joe Mixon Bengals
RB Najee Harris Steelers
WR Tyreek Hill* chiefs
WR Stefon Diggs Bills
WR Ja’Marr Chase* Bengals
WR Keenan Allen chargers
WR Diontae Johnson Steelers
WR Hunter Renfrow raiders
TEA Travis Kelce chiefs
TEA Mark Andrews* ravens
fb Patrick Ricard* ravens
T Orlando Brown* chiefs
T Rashawn Slater* chargers
T Dion Dawkins Bills
G Quentin Nelson* Colts
G Wyatt Teller Brown’s
G Joel Bitonio* Brown’s
G Rodger Saffold titans
C Ryan Kelly Colts
C Corey Linsley* chargers


Pos. Player Team
FROM Myles Garrett* Brown’s
FROM Maxx Crosby* raiders
FROM Trey Hendrickson Bengals
SD Cameron Heyward Steelers
SD Chris Jones* chiefs
SD DeForest Buckner* Colts
SD Jeffrey Simmons titans
ILB Darius Leonard* Colts
ILB Denzel Perryman raiders
OLB Joey Bosa* chargers
OLB T. J. Watt* Steelers
OLB Matt Judon patriots
OLB Harold Landry titans
CB Denzel Ward Brown’s
CB J. C. Jackson* patriots
CB Kenny Moore II Colts
CB Xavien Howard* dolphins
FS Kevin Byard* titans
H.H Derwin James* chargers
H.H Tyrann Mathieu chiefs

Special Teams

Pos. Player Team
LS luke rhodes Colts
P A. J. Cole raiders
K Justin Tucker ravens
RS Devin Duvernay ravens
ST matthew slater patriots

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AFC Pro Bowl alternates 2022

There are currently eight players who were voted to the AFC squad for the Pro Bowl that are planning not to play. Most of them are on the Bengals, who still have one game remaining in their season.

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Notably, Mac Jones made the Pro Bowl as a rookie. He replaced Lamar Jackson, who opted out of the contest due to the ankle injury that sidelined him during the latter half of the year.

Here’s a look at the alternates that have been called into action for the AFC so far, and who they are replacing.

Alternate Replacing
Mac Jones, Patriots Lamar Jackson, Ravens
Najee Harris, Steelers Joe Mixon, Bengals
Diontae Johnson, Steelers Ja’Marr Chase, Bengals
Hunter Renfrow, Raiders Keenan Allen, Chargers
Rodger Saffold, Titans Quenton Nelson, Colts
Trey Hendrickson, Bengals
Jeffery Simmons, Titans Chris Jones, Chiefs
Harold Landry, Titans Joey Bosa, Chargers

Pro Bowl rosters 2022: NFC selections

Below is a look at every NFC player that was named to the 2022 Pro Bowl, highlighted by Kyler Murray, Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson and Nick Bosa.

* Denotes a player that was voted a starter


Pos. Player Team
QB Tom Brady Buccaneers
QB Aaron Rodgers* packers
QB Kyler Murray Cardinals
QB Kirk Cousins vikings
QB Russell Wilson Seahawks
RB Dalvin Cook* vikings
RB james conner Cardinals
RB Alvin Camara saints
WR Cooper Kupp* rams
WR Davante Adams* packers
WR justin jefferson vikings
WR Deebo Samuel 49ers
WR Mike Evans Buccaneers
WR CeeDee Lamb cowboys
TEA George Kittle* 49ers
TEA Kyle Pitts falcons
fb Kyle Juszczyk* 49ers
T Trent Williams* 49ers
T Tristan Wirfs* Buccaneers
T Tyron Smith cowboys
T DJ Humphries Cardinals
T Brian O’Neill vikings
T Duane Brown Seahawks
G Zack Martin* cowboys
G Brandon Scherff* Washington
G Ali Marpet Buccaneers
G Jonah Jackson Lions
G Laken Tomlinson 49ers
C Jason Kelce* eagles
C Ryan Jensen Buccaneers
C Alex Mack 49ers


Pos. Player Team
FROM Nick Bosa* 49ers
FROM Brian Burns* panthers
FROM Cameron Jordan saints
FROM Josh Sweat eagles
SD Aaron Donald* rams
SD Jonathan Allen Washington
SD kenny clark packers
SD Javon Hargrave eagles
SD Life See Buccaneers
LB Micah Parsons* cowboys
LB Bobby Wagner Seahawks
LB Devin White Buccaneers
OLB Chandler-Jones* Cardinals
OLB Robert Quinn* bears
OLB Shaquil Barrett Buccaneers
CB Trevon Diggs* cowboys
CB Jalen Ramsey* rams
CB darius slay eagles
CB Marshon Lattimore saints
CB Stephen Gilmore panthers
FS Quandre Diggs* Seahawks
FS Antonie Winfield Jr. Buccaneers
H.H Buddha Baker* Cardinals
H.H harrison smith vikings

Special Teams

Pos. Player Team
LS Josh Harris falcons
P Bryan Anger cowboys
K Matt Gay rams
K Jake Elliott eagles
RS Jakeem Grant bears
ST JT Gray saints

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NFC Pro Bowl alternates 2022

The NFC has seen significantly more opt-outs among starters than the AFC. In fact, 13 starters have opted out of the Pro Bowl for the NFC, including eight on offense. So, there will be a lot of changes from what fans, players and coaches had voted on for the game.

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The starters listed will likely be replaced in the following way:

  • QB Kyler Murray will replace Aaron Rodgers
  • WRs Justin Jefferson and Deebo Samuel will replace Cooper Kupp and Davante Adams
  • OTs DJ Humphries and Brian O’Neill will replace Trent Williams and Tristan Wirfs
  • Gs Ali Marpet and Jonah Jackson will replace Zack Martin and Brandon Scherff
  • C Ryan Jensen will replace Jason Kelce
  • DE Cameron Jordan will replace Nick Bosa
  • DT Javon Hargrave will replace Aaron Donald
  • CB Darius Slay will replace Jalen Ramsey
  • S Antoine Winfield will replace Quandre Diggs
  • K Jake Elliott will replace Matt Gay

In total, there are 16 players opting out of the Pro Bowl, and the NFC will need a lot of alternates as a result.

Here’s a look at the alternates that have been called into action for the NFC so far, and who they are replacing.

Alternate Replacing
Kirk Cousins, Vikings Aaron Rodgers, Packers
Russell Wilson, Seahawks Tom Brady, Buccaneers
Mike Evans, Buccaneers Davante Adams, Packers
CeeDee Lamb, Cowboys Cooper Kupp, Rams
DJ Humphries, Cardinals Tyron SmithCowboys
Brian O’Neill, Vikings Tristan Wirfs, Buccaneers
Duane Brown, Seahawks Trent Williams, 49ers
Jonah Jackson, Lions Brandon Scherff, Commanders
Laken Tomlinson, 49ers Zack MartinCowboys
Alex Mack, 49ers Jason Kelce, Eagles
Josh Sweat, Eagles Nick Bosa, 49ers
Javon Hargrave, Eagles Kenny Clark, Packers
Vita Vea, Buccaneers Aaron Donald, Rams
Devin White, Buccaneers Bobby Wagner, Seahawks
Stephon Gilmore, Panthers Jalen Ramsey, Rams
Antoine Winfield Jr., Buccaneers Quandre Diggs
Jake Elliott, Eagles Matt Gay, Rams

NFL Pro Bowl fan voting results 2022

The fan vote is key in deciding who is in the Pro Bowl, as it accounts for one-third of consideration for the event. Player voting and coach voting make up the other two thirds of the process.

Jonathan Taylor was the leading vote-getter in the AFC after he generated a league-high 2,171 scrimmage yards and 20 total touchdowns in 2022. Nick Bosa led the way in the NFC and was joined by two other 49ers — fullback Kyle Juszczyk and tight end George Kittle — in the conference’s top-six vote-getters.

Below is a full list of the top fan vote-getters by position this year for each conference:


Pos. Player Team votes
RB Jonathan Taylor Colts 265,370
TEA Travis Kelce chiefs 262,540
OLB T. J. Watt Steelers 237,047
QB Justin Herbert chargers 213,904
WR Ja’Marr Chase Bengals 202,141
FROM Myles Garrett Brown’s 201,096
FS kevin byard titans 193,061
K Justin Tucker ravens 186,812
SD Jeffrey Simmons titans 173,029
H.H Tyrann Mathieu chiefs 170,939
CB J C Jackson patriots 162,263
fb Patrick Ricard ravens 142,032
C Creed Humphrey chiefs 128,608
G Joe Bitonio Brown’s 116,569
ILB Denzel Perryman raiders 113,733
RS Ray-Ray McCloud Steelers 98,525
ST Ola Adeniyi titans 98,287
P Pressley Harvin Steelers 93,676
LS joe cardona patriots 86,382
T Rashawn Slater chargers 83,085
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Pos. Player Team votes
FROM Nick Bosa 49ers 264,687
RB Kyle Juszczyk 49ers 242,900
CB Trevon Diggs cowboys 242,900
QB Tom Brady Buccaneers 237,468
WR Dave Adams packers 234,600
TEA George Kittle 49ers 208,193
ILB Micah Parsons cowboys 189,899
SD Aaron Donald rams 185,503
RB Dalvin Cook vikings 156,503
OLB Haason Reddick panthers 135,643
H.H harrison smith vikings 134,321
P Michael Dickson Seahawks 132,814
T Trent Williams 49ers 131,096
FS Quandre Diggs Seahawks 123,574
RS DeAndre Carter Washington 111,471
G Zack Martin cowboys 108,065
ST Nick Bellor Seahawks 102,774
C Jason Kelce eagles 98,380
K Younghoe Koo falcons 80,713
LS Cameron Cheeseman Washington 72,416

Who is coaching the 2022 Pro Bowl?

The coaches of the two No. 1 seeds in the postseason will coach in the Pro Bowl since neither is playing in the postseason.

Mike Vrabel, who led the Titans to a 12-5 record and won Sporting News’ Coach of the Year award, will be in charge of the AFC. Matt LaFleur, who led the Packers to a 13-4 record, will run the show on the NFC sidelines.

What channel is the Pro Bowl on today?

  • TV channel (national): ESPN | ABC
  • Livestream: ESPN app, fuboTV

The 2022 Pro Bowl will be broadcast nationally on ESPN and ABC. Viewers who have Disney XD will also be able to watch it on that platform — if they so desire.

ESPN’s normal “Monday Night Football” crew of Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick and Lisa Salters will be on the call for the game.

This is the final year that the Pro Bowl will be broadcast on multiple networks. Beginning in 2023, ABC will be the exclusive home of the event.

The Pro Bowl can be streamed using ESPN’s app or website for those with cable subscriptions. Those without cable can use fuboTV, which comes with a free trial, to stream the game.

In Canada, viewers can watch the Pro Bowl with a subscription to DAZN, which includes every NFL game.

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2022 Pro Bowl start time

  • Date: Sunday, Feb. 6
  • kick-off: 3 p.m. ET

The Pro Bowl will begin at 3 pm on Sunday, Feb. 6, a week before Super Bowl 56. It will start at 12 pm local time in Las Vegas.

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