Pro Bowl Voting Results: Tom Brady Earns Record 14th Selection

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Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots passes during the second half against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on December 9, in Miami, Florida. Michael Reaves/Getty Images

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady tied the NFL record for most career Pro Bowl selections with his 14th on Tuesday.

Brady joined fellow quarterback Peyton Manning, tight end Tony Gonzalez, offensive tackle Bruce Matthews and defensive tackle Merlin Olsen as the only players to make 14 Pro Bowl teams in NFL history, according to ESPN Stats & Information. The former MVP will be joined by cornerback Stephon Gilmore, the only other Patriots player to earn a selection for the Jan. 27 game in Orlando.

The Los Angeles Chargers led all teams with seven Pro Bowl selections -- quarterback Philip Rivers, running back Melvin Gordon, wide receiver Keenan Allen, center Mike Pouncey, defensive end Melvin Ingram and safeties Derwin James and Adrian Phillips -- amid a four-game winning streak. It was the most players selected since the franchise produced 10 Pro Bowl selections in 2008.

"It feels amazing," James said about making his first Pro Bowl roster as a rookie. "I set out goals for myself this year that I wanted to accomplish, and this is one of many.

"That's special, to be able to know that you're among the best in the league, because everyone doesn't make the Pro Bowl, I'm happy as hell."

The No. 17 overall pick leads Los Angeles players with 93 total tackles, while also recording 3.5 sacks and three interceptions. Rivers is having one of the best seasons of his storied career, tying for a league-best 31 touchdowns, ranking fifth in completion percentage (69.4) and tying for seventh in passing yards (3,951). He's also thrown for a touchdown pass in 26 consecutive games, which dates back to the 2017 season.

The Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers each had six selections, while the New Orleans Saints, Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys each had five, including Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who now trails Brady's shared record by two with his 12th career selection.

Here's a look at the full AFC and NFC Pro Bowl rosters:

AFC roster

Quarterback: Patrick Mahomes; Philip Rivers; Tom Brady

Running back: James Conner; Melvin Gordon; Phillip Lindsay

Fullback: Anthony Sherman

Wide receiver: DeAndre Hopkins; Tyreek Hill; Antonio Brown; Keenan Allen

Tackle: Taylor Lewan; Alejandro Villanueva; Eric Fisher

Guard: David DeCastro; Marshal Yanda; Quenton Nelson

Center: Maurkice Pouncey; Mike Pouncey

Tight end: Travis Kelce; Eric Ebron

Defensive end: J.J. Watt; Myles Garrett; Melvin Ingram

Interior lineman: Geno Atkins; Jurrell Casey; Cameron Heyward

Outside linebacker: Von Miller; Jadeveon Clowney; Dee Ford

Inside linebacker: C.J. Mosley; Benardrick McKinney

Cornerback: Xavien Howard; Jalen Ramsey; Stephon Gilmore; Denzel Ward

Free safety: Derwin James; Eric Weddle

Strong safety: Jamal Adams

Kicker: Jason Myers

Long-snapper: To be named by coach

Punter: Brett Kern

Return specialist: Andre Roberts

Special-teamer: Adrian Phillips

NFC roster

Quarterback: Drew Brees; Jared Goff; Aaron Rodgers

Running back: Todd Gurley II; Saquon Barkley; Ezekiel Elliott

Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk

Wide receiver: Julio Jones; Michael Thomas; Adam Thielen; Davante Adams

Tackle: Tyron Smith; Terron Armstead; Trent Williams

Guard: Zack Martin; Brandon Brooks; Trai Turner

Center: Alex Mack; Max Unger

Tight end: Zach Ertz; George Kittle

Defensive end: Cameron Jordan; DeMarcus Lawrence; Danielle Hunter

Interior lineman: Aaron Donald; Fletcher Cox; Akiem Hicks

Outside linebacker: Khalil Mack; Ryan Kerrigan; Anthony Barr

Inside linebacker: Luke Kuechly; Bobby Wagner

Cornerback: Kyle Fuller; Patrick Peterson; Darius Slay, Byron Jones

Free safety: Eddie Jackson; Harrison Smith

Strong safety: Landon Collins

Kicker: Aldrick Rosas

Long-snapper: To be named by coach

Punter: Michael Dickson

Return specialist: Tarik Cohen

Special-teamer: Cory Littleton