2021 Pro Bowl: Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, Packers’ Aaron Rodgers Starting QBs
The Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks each had seven players selected to the 2021 Pro Bowl teams on Monday. The Dallas Cowboys were among the teams without a Pro Bowl player. This is only the third time in franchise history that Dallas didn't have at least one Pro Bowl representative.
Green Bay Packers players selected: Aaron Rodgers, QB: Davante Adams, WR; David Bakhtiari, T); Elgton Jenkins, G; Za'Darius Smith, OLB; Jaire Alexander, CB; Aaron Jones, RB.
For the Minnesota Vikings: Dalvin Cook, RB; Justin Jefferson, WR.
The Pro Bowl game was canceled, the NFL announced in October, due to COVID-19. Pro Bowl week will instead feature Madden matchups between current players, former players, celebrities and EA Sports Madden NFL 21 video game streamers using the Pro Bowl rosters. Players will also participate in a Madden Pro Bowl.
It will be the first time since the 1949 season the NFL has failed to hold a postseason all-star game.