The NFL Pro Bowl is back this season after last year’s cancellation due to the pandemic. The 2022 Pro Bowl will take place on Feb. 6, 2022 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

Fans have had the chance to vote on their favorite players from the 2021 season since Nov. 16, and now the results are in. The AFC and NFC teams are each made up of 44 star players who earn the most votes in the league. Tom Brady was among the 13 Pro Bowl players were revealed in advance of the announcement, giving the Buccaneers quarterback his 15th career selection — the most by any player in NFL history.

The full 2022 Pro Bowl rosters will be announced at 8 p.m. ET Wednesday on NFL Network. Complete voting results, snubs and more will be updated below after the announcement.

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Pro Bowl rosters 2022: AFC selections


QBPatrick MahomesChiefs
QBJustin HerbertChargers
QBLamar JacksonRavens
RBJonathan TaylorColts
RBNick ChubbBrowns
RBJoe MixonBengals
WRTyreek HillChiefs
WRStefon DiggsBills
WRJa’Marr ChaseBengals
WRKeenan AllenChargers
TETravis KelceChiefs
TEMark AndrewsRavens
FBPatrick RicardRavens
TOrlando BrownChiefs
TRashawn SlaterChargers
TDion DawkinsBills
GQuenton NelsonColts
GWyatt TellerBrowns
GJoel BitonioBrowns
CRyan KellyColts
CCorey LinsleyChargers


DEMyles GarrettBrowns
DEMaxx CrosbyRaiders
DETrey HendricksonBengals
ILBCameron HeywardSteelers
ILBChris JonesChiefs
ILBDeForest BucknerColts
ILBDarius LeonardColts
ILBDenzel PerrymanRaiders
OLBJoey BosaChargers
OLBT.J. WattSteelers
OLBMatt JudonPatriots
CBDenzel WardBrowns
CBJ.C. JacksonPatriots
CBKenny Moore IIColts
CBXavien HowardDolphins
FSKevin ByardTitans
SSDerwin JamesChargers
SSTyrann MathieuChiefs

Special Teams

LSLuke RhodesColts
PA.J. ColeRaiders
KJustin TuckerRavens
RSDevin DuvernayRavens
STMatthew SlaterPatriots

Pro Bowl rosters 2022: NFC selections


QBTom BradyBuccaneers
QBAaron RodgersPackers
QBKyler MurrayCardinals
RBDalvin CookVikings
RBJames ConnerCardinals
RBAlvin KamaraSaints
WRCooper KuppRams
WRDavante AdamsPackers
WRJustin JeffersonVikings
WRDeebo Samuel49ers
TEGeorge Kittle49ers
TEKyle PittsFalcons
FBKyle Juszczyk49ers
TTrent Williams49ers
TTristan WirfsBuccaneers
TTyron SmithCowboys
GZack MartinCowboys
GBrandon ScherffWashington
GAli MarpetBuccaneers
CJason KelceEagles
CRyan JensenBuccaneers


DENick Bosa49ers
DEBrian BurnsPanthers
DECameron JordanSaints
ILBAaron DonaldRams
ILBJonathan AllenWashington
ILBKenny ClarkPackers
LBMicah ParsonsCowboys
LBBobby WagnerSeahawks
OLBChandler JonesCardinals
OLBRobert QuinnBears
OLBShaquil BarrettBuccaneers
CBTrevon DiggsCowboys
CBJalen RamseyRams
CBDarius SlayEagles
CBMarshon LattimoreSaints
FSQuandre DiggsSeahawks
SSBudda BakerCardinals
SSHarrison SmithVikings

Special Teams

LSJosh HarrisFalcons
PBryan AngerCowboys
KMatt GayRams
RSJakeem GrantBears
STJ.T. GraySaints

NFL Pro Bowl fan voting results 2022

Fan voting accounts for one-third of Pro Bowl consideration, with coaches and players weighing in separately to represent the other two-thirds.

These were the top fan vote-getters by position this year for each conference:


RBJonathan TaylorColts265,370
TETravis KelceChiefs262,540
OLBT.J. WattSteelers237,047
QBJustin HerbertChargers213,904
WRJa’Marr ChaseBengals202,141
DEMyles GarrettBrowns201,096
FSKevin ByardTitans193,061
KJustin TuckerRavens186,812
DTJeffery SimmonsTitans173,029
SSTyrann MathieuChiefs170,939
CBJ.C. JacksonPatriots162,263
FBPatrick RicardRavens142,032
CCreed HumphreyChiefs128,608
GJoe BitonioBrowns116,569
ILBDenzel PerrymanRaiders113,733
RSRay-Ray McCloudSteelers98,525
STOla AdeniyiTitans98,287
PPressley HarvinSteelers93,676
LSJoe CardonaPatriots86,382
TRashawn SlaterChargers83,085


DENick Bosa49ers264,687
RBKyle Juszczyk49ers242,900
CBTrevon DiggsCowboys242,900
QBTom BradyBuccaneers237,468
WRDavante AdamsPackers234,600
TEGeorge Kittle49ers208,193
ILBMicah ParsonsCowboys189,899
DTAaron DonaldRams185,503
RBDalvin CookVikings156,503
OLBHaason ReddickPanthers135,643
SSHarrison SmithVikings134,321
PMichael DicksonSeahawks132,814
TTrent Williams49ers131,096
FSQuandre DiggsSeahawks123,574
RSDeAndre CarterWashington111,471
GZack MartinCowboys108,065
STNick BelloreSeahawks102,774
CJason KelceEagles98,380
KYounghoe KooFalcons80,713
LSCameron CheesemanWashington72,416

Biggest Pro Bowl snubs 2022

On the AFC side, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was one of the most surprising Pro Bowl snubs this year. He’s thrown 3,640 yards this season, which marks eighth in the NFL. However, he has thrown 14 interceptions, which ties for the most in the NFL this season, so that’s probably the main reason why he wasn’t selected on the initial roster. He is on the alternate roster.

With AFC running backs, it was surprising to see Chargers Austin Ekeler not on the list. Ekeler has scored 17 touchdowns this season, which is second behind Jonathan Taylor. 

Even though Derrick Henry hasn’t played since Week 8, it’s tough not to see his name on the list this season. 

On the NFC side, Matthew Stafford is another surprising quarterback missing from the roster. However, it makes sense when comparing him to Brady, Rodgers and Murray (who are all NFL MVP top runners), but the Rams record is tied with the Cardinals right now. Stafford has definitely proven himself worthy of a Pro Bowl roster nod while in Los Angeles this season. He already has 4,142 passing yards with three games remaining — this is his passing yards season since 2017.

Falcons running back Cordarrelle Patterson is having his best season in his ninth NFL season. So far, he has 565 rushing yards and five touchdowns. These numbers equate to more than any of his previous seasons. Additionally, Leonard Fournette, despite now being out due to a hamstring injury, was nearing his career high receptions and receiving yards this season.

Here’s a list of the remaining players who were extremely close to making the cut, according to NFL: Patriots center David Andrews, Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin, Raiders Edge Yannick Ngakoue, Vikings kick returner Kene Nwangwu, Titans interior linebacker Jeffery Simmons, Broncos safety Justin Simmons, Broncos cornerback Patrick Surtain II, Falcons cornerback A.J. Terrell, Browns center JC Tretter, Colts linebacker Bobby Okereke, Patriots guard Shaq Mason, Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks, Packers linebacker De’Vondre Campbell, Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams, Steelers wide receiver Diontae Johnson, Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, Titans edge Harold Landry, Chiefs center Creed Humphrey.

NFL teams with the most Pro Bowl selections

The Colts finished with the most Pro Bowl selections with seven players. The Chiefs and Chargers followed with six selections. There were six teams that had no roster selections: Broncos, Giants, Jaguars, Jets, Lions and Texans.