NFL Pro Bowl rosters 2023: Updated list of selections, alternates, coaches for AFC & NFC teams

NFL Pro Bowl rosters 2023: Updated list of selections, alternates, coaches for AFC & NFC teams

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The 2023 Pro Bowl is undergoing a bit of a facelift. After years of diminishing returns with the traditional Pro Bowl, the league has finally opted to change the format of the Pro Bowl, instead opting for a weeks’ worth of games followed by a flag-football matchup between the two conferences.

Still, Pro Bowl selections remain, despite the more lax approach to this year’s game. The top vote-getters in each conference have already been revealed, with Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa the leading man in either conference. Also joining Tua in Vegas are Los Angeles defensive lineman Aaron Donald and Packers DB Jaire Alexander. 

Below are the full rosters for this year’s Pro Bowl, which is just over a month and a half away:

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Pro Bowl rosters 2023: AFC selections

*Denotes a player that was voted a starter


QBPatrick Mahomes*Chiefs
QBJosh AllenBills
QBJoe BurrowBengals
RBNick Chubb*Browns
RBJosh JacobsRaiders
RBDerrick HenryTitans
FBPatrick Ricard*Ravens
WRTyreek Hill*Dolphins
WRStefon Diggs*Bills
WRDavante AdamsRaiders
WRJa’Marr ChaseBengals
TETravis Kelce*Chiefs
TEMark AndrewsRavens
TLaremy Tunsil*Texans
TDevon Armstead*Dolphins
TOrlando BrownChiefs
GJoel Bitonio*Browns
GQuenton Nelson*Colts
GJoe ThuneyChiefs
CCreed Humphrey*Chiefs
CMitch MorseBills


DEMyles Garrett*Browns
DEMaxx Crosby*Raiders
DETrey HendricksonBengals
DTChris Jones*Chiefs
DTQuinnen Williams*Jets
DTJeffery SimmonsTitans
ILBRoquan SmithRavens
ILBCJ MosleyJets
OLBMatthew Judon*Patriots
OLBKhalil Mack*Chargers
OLBT.J. WattSteelers
CBSauce Gardner*Jets
CBPatrick Surtain II*Broncos
CBMarlon HumphreyRavens
CBXavien HowardDolphins
FSMinkah Fitzpatrick*Steelers
SSDerwin James*Chargers
SSJordan PoyerBills

Special teams

LSMorgan Cox*Titans
PTommy Townsend*Chiefs
KJustin Tucker*Ravens
RSDevin Duvernay*Ravens
STJustin Hardee*Jets

AFC Pro Bowl alternates 2023

AFC Pro Bowl alternates will be announced at a later date.


Pro Bowl rosters 2023: NFC selections

*Denotes a player that was voted a starter


QBJalen Hurts*Eagles
QBKirk CousinsVikings
QBGeno SmithSeahawks
RBSaquon Barkley*Giants
RBTony PollardCowboys
RBMiles SandersEagles
FBKyle Juszczyk*49ers
WRJustin Jefferson*Vikings
WRA.J. Brown*Eagles
WRCeeDee LambCowboys
WRTerry McLaurinCommanders
TEGeorge Kittle49ers
TETJ HockensonVikings
TTrent Williams*49ers
TLane Johnson*Eagles
TTristan WirfsBuccaneers
GZack Martin*Cowboys
GLandon Dickerson*Eagles
GChris LindstromFalcons
CJason Kelce*Eagles
CFrank RagnowLions


DENick Bosa*49ers
DEBrian Burns*Panthers
DEDemarcus LawrenceCowboys
DTAaron Donald*Rams
DTJonathan Allen*Commanders
DTDexter LawrenceGiants
ILBFred Warner*49ers
ILBDemario DavisSaints
OLBMicah Parsons*Cowboys
OLBZa’Darius Smith*Vikings
OLBHaason ReddickEagles
CBDarius Slay*Eagles
CBTrevon Diggs*Cowboys
CBTariq WoolenSeahawks
CBJaire Alexander Packers
FSQandre Diggs*Seahawks
SSBudda Baker*Cardinals
SSTalanoa Hufanga49ers

Special Teams

LSAndrew DePaola*Vikings
PTress Way*Commanders
KJason Myers*Seahawks
RSKaVontae Turpin*Cowboys
STJeremy Reaves*Commanders

NFC Pro Bowl alternates 2023

NFC Pro Bowl alternates will be announced at a later date.


NFL Pro Bowl fan voting results 2023

The selection for Pro Bowl rosters is split into three, equally weighed parts: The fan vote, the players and the coaches. 

Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa led all players in the fan vote with 306,861 votes. The top vote-getters by position are as follows:


QBTua TagovailoaDolphins306,861
RBDerrick HenryTitans160,799
FBAlec IngoldDolphins200,032
WRTyreek HillDolphins293,679
TETravis KelceChiefs248,279
TTerron ArmsteadDolphins122,914
GKevin ZeitlerRavens87,035
CCreed HumphreyChiefs133,683
KJustin TuckerRavens151,332
RSIsiah PachecoChiefs117,314
DEMyles GarrettBrowns141,661
DTQuinnen WilliamsJets215,452
OLBMatthew JudonPatriots154,780
ILBNick BoltonChiefs136,342
CBSauce GardnerJets191,876
SSDerwin JamesChargers166,677
FSMinkah FitzpatrickSteelers150,541
PRyan StonehouseTitans57,577
STJustin HardeeJets121,943
LSThomas HennessyJets72,484


QBJalen HurtsEagles215,634
RBChristian McCaffrey49ers205,990
FBKyle Juszczyk49ers227,484
WRJustin JeffersonVikings264,653
TEGeorge Kittle49ers201,905
TTrent Williams49ers134,491
GZack MartinCowboys70,105
CJason KelceEagles152,795
KJason MyersSeahawks86,508
RSKene NwangwuVikings125,869
DENick Bosa49ers239,151
DTJavon HargraveEagles127,847
OLBMicah ParsonsCowboys168,473
ILBFred Warner49ers149,521
CBTariq WoolenSeahawks191,876
SSHarrison SmithVikings131,720
FSKerby JosephLions104,581
PTress WayCommanders132,945
STKris BoydVikings110,120
LSAndrew DePaolaVikings93,948

Who is coaching the 2023 Pro Bowl?

  • AFC: Peyton Manning
  • NFC: Eli Manning

With the NFL switching the format of the Pro Bowl from a single game to a series of competitions and a flag football game, the league has tapped the Manning brothers, Peyton and Eli, to coach the AFC and NFC, respectively.

What channel is the Pro Bowl on?

  • TV channel (national): ESPN | ABC | Disney XD
  • Live stream: ESPN app, fuboTV

Both ESPN and ABC will carry the Pro Bowl Games, with Disney XD also providing a family friendly version of the broadcast.

The Pro Bowl can be streamed using ESPN’s app or website for those with cable subscriptions. Those without cable can use fuboTV, which comes with a free trial, to stream the game.

In Canada, viewers can watch the Pro Bowl with a subscription to DAZN, which includes every NFL game.

When is the 2023 Pro Bowl game?

  • Date: Sunday, Feb. 5
  • Kickoff: TBD

The Pro Bowl flag football matchup will take place on Sunday, Feb. 5. Kickoff time is TBD, but expected to be around 3 p.m. ET.

The game caps off a week of skills competitions, though the current schedule of events is unclear.