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2020 Pro Bowl rosters announced: Dolphins shut out

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The NFL announced the 2020 Pro Bowl rosters on Tuesday, and all of the Miami Dolphins will be watching the game from home. Unless Miami has an alternate who gets called up to the all-star game, the Dolphins have no players heading to the event this year. The New York Giants are the only other team to have no players selected.

Several former Dolphins made the list, however, including wide receiver Jarvis Landry, now with the Cleveland Browns, tackle Laremy Tunsil from the Houston Texans, and safety Minkah Fitzpatrick with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill is an alternate for the game, according to ESPN NFL Nation reporter Turron Davenport.

The Baltimore Ravens have the most selections for the Pro Bowl, with 12 players making the game. Lamar Jackson, the Ravens quarterback and likely league MVP, received the most votes from the fans this year.

Miami had cornerback Xavien Howard in last year’s game, but he is on injured reserve this season.

The full rosters for both the AFC and NFC are:

(* indicates first-time selection; italics indicates starter)

AFC Pro Bowl roster

Quarterbacks

Lamar Jackson, Ravens*
Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs
Deshaun Watson, Texans

Wide receivers

Keenan Allen, Chargers
Tyreek Hill, Chiefs
DeAndre Hopkins, Texans
Jarvis Landry, Browns

Running backs

Nick Chubb, Browns*
Derrick Henry, Titans*
Mark Ingram, Ravens

Fullbacks

Patrick Ricard, Ravens*

Tight ends

Mark Andrews, Ravens*
Travis Kelce, Chiefs

Tackles

Trent Brown, Raiders*
Ronnie Stanley, Ravens*
Laremy Tunsil, Texans*

Guards

David DeCastro, Steelers
Quenton Nelson, Colts
Marshal Yanda, Ravens

Centers

Rodney Hudson, Raiders
Maurkice Pouncey, Steelers

Defensive ends

Joey Bosa, Chargers
Calais Campbell, Jaguars
Frank Clark, Chiefs *

Defensive tackles

Geno Atkins, Bengals
Cameron Heyward, Steelers
Chris Jones, Chiefs*

Outside linebacker

Matthew Judon, Ravens*
Von Miller, Broncos
T.J. Watt, Steelers

Interior linebackers

Dont’a Hightower, Patriots
Darius Leonard, Colts*

Cornerbacks

Stephon Gilmore, Patriots
Marlon Humphrey, Ravens*
Marcus Peters, Ravens
Tre’Davious White, Bills*

Free Safeties

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers*
Earl Thomas, Ravens

Strong Safeties

Jamal Adams, Jets

Punter

Brett Kern, Titans

Kicker

Justin Tucker, Ravens

Long snapper

Morgan Cox, Ravens

Return specialist

Mecole Hardman, Chiefs*

Special teamer

Matthew Slater, Patriots

NFC Pro Bowl Roster

Quarterbacks

Drew Brees, Saints
Aaron Rodgers, Packers
Russell Wilson, Seahawks

Wide receivers

Mike Evans, Buccaneers
Chris Godwin, Buccaneers*
Julio Jones, Falcons
Michael Thomas, Saints

Running backs

Dalvin Cook, Vikings*
Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys
Christian McCaffrey, Panthers*

Fullbacks

Kyle Juszczyk, 49ers

Tight ends

Zach Ertz, Eagles
George Kittle, 49ers

Tackles

Terron Armstead, Saints
David Bakhtiari, Packers
Tyron Smith, Cowboys

Guards

Brandon Brooks, Eagles
Zack Martin, Cowboys
Brandon Scherff, Redskins

Centers

Travis Frederick, Cowboys
Jason Kelce, Eagles

Defensive ends

Nick Bosa, 49ers*
DAnielle Hunter, Vikings
Cameron Jordan, Saints

Defensive tackles

Fletcher Cox, Eagles
Aaron Donald, Rams
Grady Jarrett, Falcons*

Outside linebacker

Shaquil Barrett, Buccaneers*
Chandler Jones, Cardinals
Khalil Mack, Bears

Interior linebackers

Luke Kuechly, Panthers
Bobby Wagner, Seahawks

Cornerbacks

Marshon Lattimore, Saints
Jalen Ramsey, Rams
Richard Sherman, 49ers
Darius Slay, Lions

Free Safeties

Budda Baker, Cardinals
Eddie Jackson, Bears

Strong Safeties

Harrison Smith, Vikings

Punter

Tress Way, Redskins*

Kicker

Wil Lutz, Saints*

Long snapper

Rick Lovato, Eagles*

Return specialist

Deonte Harris, Saints*

Special teamer

Cordarrelle Patterson, Bears