2020 NFL Pro Bowl: Which Players Have Been Selected? Complete AFC, NFC Rosters

Selections for the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl were announced on Tuesday, with the Baltimore Ravens leading the league with 12 players getting the nod for the league's annual extravaganza next month.

To nobody's surprise, Lamar Jackson is among the 12 selections. The runaway MVP favorite led the voting from fans and was named the starting quarterback for the AFC in what will be his first Pro Bowl appearance.

Jackson's selection ends Baltimore's 23-year wait for Pro Bowl quarterback and the second-year signal caller is joined by teammates Mark Ingram, Mark Andrews, Patrick Ricard, Marshal Yanda, Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters, Earl Thomas, Matthew Judon, Morgan Cox and Justin Tucker.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, meanwhile, has been voted as the starting quarterback for the NFC.

Here's all you need to know about the 2020 Pro Bowl.

When is the Pro Bowl?

This season's Pro Bowl is scheduled for January 26, 2020, in Orlando, Florida.

How many players have been selected?

A total of 88 players—44 per team—have been selected, but the rosters are due to change as players who are involved in the postseason will in all likelihood withdraw from the Pro Bowl and will have to be replaced.

Voting results

The Pro Bowl players were determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches, with each group's vote counting one-third toward determining the selections.

Lamar Jackson topped the fans' voting in the AFC with 704,699 votes, followed by Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb with 539,768 votes.

Russell Wilson received the most votes in the NFC with 539,768 ahead of Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook with 431,748.

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens
Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates during the game against the New York Jets at M&T Bank Stadium on December 12 in Baltimore, Maryland. Patrick Smith/Getty

Which players have been selected?

Aside from Jackson and Wilson, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Houston Texans signal caller Deshaun Watson have got the nod for the AFC, while Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers join Wilson as the NFC quarterbacks.

The running back department is stacked for both teams, with Baltimore's Mark Ingram and Tennessee Titans' Derrick Henry joining Chubb on the AFC roster, while Ezekiel Elliott and Christian McCaffrey of the Dallas Cowboys and the Carolina Panthers respectively have been selected alongside Cook for the NFC.

Jarvis Landry. DeAndre Hopkins, Tyreek Hill, Michael Thomas and Julio Jones got the nod at wide receivers. On the defensive side of the ball, Earl Thomas, Jamal Adams, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Khalil Mack, Nick Bosa and Jalen Ramsey are just some of the players to have got the nod.

Twenty-five players got their first Pro Bowl selection, including three rookies—San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa, Kansas City Chiefs return specialist Mecole Hardman and Saints return specialist Deonte Harris.

The complete rosters can be found here.

Any major snubs?

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was left out, despite throwing 26 touchdown passes this season and leading the NFL's most explosive offense. At the same time, it's hard to argue Wilson, Brees and Rodgers should have missed out, particularly as each of them has led their team to a far better record than the 7-7 Cowboys so far this season.

Oakland rookie running back Josh Jacobs has missed the cut despite racking 1,150 rushing yards so far, as has Packers running back Aaron Jones, who has amassed 14 rushing touchdowns this season.

Which team has the most Pro Bowl selections?

The Ravens had a league-best 12 Pro Bowl selections, matching the record set by the Miami Dolphins in 1973 and finishing one short of the 13 players sent to the Pro Bowl by the Dallas Cowboys in 2007.

The New Orleans Saints follow with seven, ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs with six, while the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles have five each.

The Dolphins and the New York Giants are the only two NFL franchises without a Pro Bowl selection, but Giants punter Riley Dixon and running back Saquon Barkley are second and fourth-alternate in their respective positions.

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