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The extra week between the championship games and the Super Bowl is usually just a drag, but at least the Pro Bowl gives you some football to hold you over in this stretch.
While the players on the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos will be preparing for the biggest game of their lives in Santa Clara, California, the rest of the sport’s biggest stars will be in Hawaii trying to finish the season on a high note. It’s a laid-back atmosphere, but that doesn’t mean the players won’t be trying to put on a show for the fans.
Although the teams are jumbled as Michael Irvin takes on Jerry Rice with fantasy drafted rosters, the top players will be fun to watch regardless of who is playing with them.
In a desperate effort to spice up arguably the most useless All-Star Game in professional sports –– which is quite the dubious feat, by the way –– the NFL decided two years ago to name two Hall of Famers as Pro Bowl captains. This season, wide receivers Michael Irvin and Jerry Rice selected their rosters in front of a primetime audience Wednesday on ESPN.
After one year in Arizona, the Pro Bowl makes its return to Hawaii this season. The 2016 Pro Bowl will air Jan. 31 at 7:00 p.m. ET on ESPN from Aloha Stadium, which is where it’s traditionally been held. The only issue is, it doesn’t seem as if anybody wants to go.
This year’s invitation to the Pro Bowl is the most declined in history, with 133 players being selected for the game. Most notably, all seven New England Patriots who were selected have backed out. Even Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy turned down his invitation, citing an illness.
But 86 players will take the field Sunday for Teams Irvin and Rice. Here’s what those rosters look like:
QB: Russell Wilson (1st pick), Jameis Winston, Teddy Bridgewater
RB: Devonta Freeman (captain), Todd Gurley, Latavius Murray
WR: Julio Jones, A.J. Green, DeAndre Hopkins, Allen Robinson
TE: Delanie Walker, Tyler Eifert
DL: Ezekiel Ansah, Michael Bennett, Carlos Dunlap, Geno Atkins (captain)
LB: Anthony Barr, Lavonte David, Sean Lee
DB: Richard Sherman, Desmond Trufant, Reshad Jones, Adam Jones, Malcolm Jenkins, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Harrison Smith
Coach: Winston Moss (Packers associate head coach)
FB: Patrick DiMarco
OT: Branden Albert, Tyron Smith, Andrew Whitworth
G: David DeCastro, Zack Martin, Marshal Yanda
C: Travis Frederick, Alex Mack
DT: Calais Campbell, Jurrell Casey
LB: NaVorro Bowman, Derrick Johnson
K: Dan Bailey
P: Sam Koch
KR: Darren Sproles
PR: Justin Bethel
QB: Eli Manning (1st pick), Derek Carr, Tyrod Taylor
RB: Adrian Peterson, Doug Martin, Chris Ivory
WR: Odell Beckham Jr. (captain), Jarvis Landry, Amari Cooper, T.Y. Hilton
TE: Travis Kelce, Gary Barnidge
DL: Aaron Donald (captain), Khalil Mack, Everson Griffen, Cameron Jordan
LB: Tamba Hali, Julius Peppers, Elvis Dumervil
DB: Marcus Peters, Vontae Davis, Brent Grimes, Eric Berry, Jason Verrett, Mike Adams, Charles Woodson
Coach: Andy Reid
FB: John Kuhn
OT: Kyle Long, Joe Staley, Joe Thomas
G: Richie Incognito, Logan Mankins, Josh Sitton
C: Nick Mangold, Eric Wood
DT: Fletcher Cox, Gerald McCoy
LB: Clay Matthews, Bobby Wagner
K: Josh Brown
P: Johnny Hekker
KR: Tyler Lockett
ST: Cedric Peerman