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NFL Pro Bowl Selections 2014: Voting Results and Full List of Players Announced

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Patrick ClarkeCorrespondent IDecember 28, 2013

The 2014 NFL Pro Bowl selections have been announced. And while some familiar faces are set to head back to Hawaii, there was a fair share of notable surprises.

Denver Broncos quarterback and MVP favorite Peyton Manning headlines the list of selections. The veteran signal-caller has now earned 13 Pro Bowl nods, tying him for second all-time alongside Tony Gonzalez, Jerry Rice, Reggie White and Ray Lewis.

Manning's selection came as no surprise, though, as he broke the single-season record for touchdown passes in Week 16's blowout win over the Houston Texans. The 37-year-old has thrown for 5,211 yards and 51 touchdowns in 2013 and only needs 266 yards in Week 17 to snap Drew Brees' record for single-season passing yards. 

Manning is joined by the following list of names: 

2014 NFL Pro Bowl Offense Selections
Pos.PlayerTeam
QBTom BradyNew England Patriots
QBPeyton ManningDenver Broncos
QBPhilip RiversSan Diego Chargers
QBDrew BreesNew Orleans Saints
QBCam NewtonCarolina Panthers
QBRussell WilsonSeattle Seahawks
FBMarcel ReeceOakland Raiders
FBMike TolbertCarolina Panthers
RBJamaal CharlesKansas City Chiefs
RBMatt ForteChicago Bears
RBFrank GoreSan Francisco 49ers
RBMarshawn LynchSeattle Seahawks
RBLeSean McCoyPhiladelphia Eagles
RBAdrian PetersonMinnesota Vikings
WRAntonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers
WRDez BryantDallas Cowboys
WRJosh GordonCleveland Browns
WRA.J. GreenCincinnati Bengals
WRAndre JohnsonHouston Texans
WRCalvin JohnsonDetroit Lions
WRBrandon MarshallChicago Bears
WRDemaryius ThomasDenver Broncos
TEJordan CameronCleveland Browns
TEVernon DavisSan Francisco 49ers
TEJimmy GrahamNew Orleans Saints
TEJulius ThomasDenver Broncos
OTBranden AlbertKansas City Chiefs
OTJason PetersPhiladelphia Eagles
OTTyron SmithDallas Cowboys
OTJoe StaleySan Francisco 49ers
OTJoe ThomasCleveland Browns
OTTrent WilliamsWashington Redskins
GJahri EvansNew Orleans Saints
GBen GrubbsNew Orleans Saints
GMike IupatiSan Francisco 49ers
GLogan MankinsNew England Patriots
GLouis VasquezDenver Broncos
GMarshal YandaBaltimore Ravens
CRyan KalilCarolina Panthers
CAlex MackCleveland Browns
CMike PounceyMiami Dolphins
CMax UngerSeattle Seahawks
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2014 NFL Pro Bowl Defense Selections
Pos.PlayerTeam
DEGreg HardyCarolina Panthers
DECameron JordanNew Orleans Saints
DERobert QuinnSt. Louis Rams
DECameron WakeMiami Dolphins
DEJ.J. WattHouston Texans
DEMario WilliamsBuffalo Bills
DTGerald McCoyTampa Bay Buccaneers
DTHaloti NgataBaltimore Ravens
DTDontari PoeKansas City Chiefs
DTJustin SmithSan Francisco 49ers
DTNdamukong SuhDetroit Lions
DTKyle WilliamsBuffalo Bills
OLBJohn AbrahamArizona Cardinals
OLBAhmad BrooksSan Francisco 49ers
OLBTamba HaliKansas City Chiefs
OLBJustin HoustonKansas City Chiefs
OLBRobert MathisIndianapolis Colts
OLBTerrell SuggsBaltimore Ravens
ILBNaVorro BowmanSan Francisco 49ers
ILBVontaze BurfictCincinnati Bengals
ILBLuke KuechlyCarolina Panthers
ILBPatrick WillisSan Francisco 49ers
CBBrandon FlowersKansas City Chiefs
CBBrent GrimesMiami Dolphins
CBJoe HadenCleveland Browns
CBPatrick PetersonArizona Cardinals
CBDarrelle RevisTampa Bay Buccaneers
CBRichard ShermanSeattle Seahawks
CBAqib TalibNew England Patriots
CBAlterraun VernerTennessee Titans
FSJairus ByrdBuffalo Bills
FSEarl ThomasSeattle Seahawks
FSEric WeddleSan Diego Chargers
SSEric BerryKansas City Chiefs
SSKam ChancellorSeattle Seahawks
SSTroy PolamaluPittsburgh Steelers
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2014 NFL Pro Bowl Special Teams Selections
Pos.PlayerTeam
PBrandon FieldsMiami Dolphins
PJohnny HekkerSt. Louis Rams
KMatt PraterDenver Broncos
KJustin TuckerBaltimore Ravens
PRAntonio BrownPittsburgh Steelers
PRDexter McClusterKansas City Chiefs
STJustin BethelArizona Cardinals
STMatthew SlaterNew England Patriots
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Despite a dismal 2-13 record, the Houston Texans will send multiple players to the Pro Bowl in January. Wide receiver Andre Johnson, who has quietly racked up over 1,350 yards this season, earned his seventh Pro Bowl invitation, while dominant defensive lineman J.J. Watt was selected for the second straight year as well.

ST. LOUIS, MO - DECEMBER 22: Robert Quinn #94 of the St. Louis Rams celebrates after recording a sack against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Edward Jones Dome on December 22, 2013 in St. Louis, Missouri.  The Rams beat the Buccaneers 23-13.  (Photo by Di
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Defensively, few players have been as dominant as St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn, who leads the league with 18 sacks heading into Week 17. Quinn also forced seven fumbles en route to earning his first-ever Pro Bowl nod.

Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Russell Okung has to face Quinn twice a year and has high praise for the first-time Pro Bowler, per The News Tribune's Todd Dybas:

His athleticism’s off the charts. He has really long arms; he plays with his hands extremely well. He has a really good knack for getting around the edge and hitting you inside with a really good counter, too.

He kind of plays off that, then he gets you into his games and before you know it he’s trying to set you up. He’s a very talented player, man.

Meanwhile, Seahawks trash-talking cornerback Richard Sherman was selected to the Pro Bowl for the second straight year after recording eight interceptions in consecutive seasons. However, unlike the Texans and Rams, the Seahawks are a favorite to reach Super Bowl XLVIII, which means Sherman could wind up skipping the trip to Honolulu next month.

On Jan. 22, captains Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders will draft the selected players to their respective teams to form the two rosters. 

The 2014 Pro Bowl is scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 26 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.

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