The NFL announced the AFC and NFC All-Stars for the 2019 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon, which kicks off at 3:00 PM ET on Sunday, January 27, and will be televised live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, Disney XD and simulcast on ABC -- the second time the game will be available on both broadcast and cable networks, and the first time that the game is being televised on Disney XD.

The Pro Bowl players were determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group's vote counted one-third toward determining the 86 Pro Bowl selections announced today. Two additional "need" players will be chosen by each head coach and must be long snappers. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its all-star teams. In 1995, the NFL became the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting.

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Pro Football Hall of Famer and five-time Pro Bowler JIM KELLY, Pro Football Hall of Famer and eight-time Pro Bowler EMMITT SMITH, Pro Football Hall of Famer and eight-time Pro Bowler BRIAN URLACHER and nine-time Pro Bowler DEMARCUS WARE will serve as 2019 Pro Bowl Legends Captains.

Kelly (offense) and Ware (defense) will lead the AFC, while Smith (offense) and Urlacher (defense) will lead the NFC. The four Legends Captains, who were collectively selected to 30 Pro Bowls, will serve as mentors for the Pro Bowl players and be present on the sidelines on gameday.

Twenty-nine of the players selected to the Pro Bowl today are first-time All-Stars, including six rookies -- running back SAQUON BARKLEY of the New York Giants, punter MICHAEL DICKSON of Seattle, free safety DERWIN JAMES of the Los Angeles Chargers, running back PHILLIP LINDSAY of Denver, guard QUENTON NELSON of Indianapolis and cornerback DENZEL WARD of Cleveland.

Twenty-nine NFL teams had at least one player selected to the 2019 Pro Bowl and 24 NFL teams had multiple players chosen as All-Stars. The Los Angeles Chargers placed a league-best seven players on the Pro Bowl roster, while the Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints led the NFC with five players selected each.

The 2019 Pro Bowl coaching staffs will be from the losing teams in the AFC and NFC Divisional playoffs with the best regular-season records.

Each player on the winning Pro Bowl team receives $67,000, while each player on the losing squad earns $34,000.

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Pro Bowl Players By Position

(*First-time Pro Bowl selection; Starters in Bold)

AFC OFFENSE (21)​

QUARTERBACKS (3)

* Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City

Tom Brady, New England

Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers

TIGHT ENDS (2)

Travis Kelce, Kansas City

* Eric Ebron, Indianapolis

WIDE RECEIVERS (4)

Tyreek Hill, Kansas City

DeAndre Hopkins, Houston

Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers

Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh

TACKLES (3)

Taylor Lewan, Tennessee

Alejandro Villanueva, Pittsburgh

* Eric Fisher, Kansas City

GUARDS (3)

David DeCastro, Pittsburgh

Marshal Yanda, Baltimore

* Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis

RUNNING BACKS (3)

* James Conner, Pittsburgh

Melvin Gordon, Los Angeles Chargers

* Phillip Lindsay, Denver

CENTERS (2)

Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh

Mike Pouncey, Los Angeles Chargers

FULLBACK (1)

* Anthony Sherman, Kansas City

AFC DEFENSE (18)​

DEFENSIVE ENDS (3)

J.J. Watt, Houston

* Myles Garrett, Cleveland

Melvin Ingram, Los Angeles Chargers

INSIDE/MIDDLE LINEBACKERS (2)

C.J. Mosley, Baltimore

* Benardrick McKinney, Houston

CORNERBACKS (4)

* Xavien Howard, Miami

Jalen Ramsey, Jacksonville

Stephon Gilmore, New England

* Denzel Ward, Cleveland

INTERIOR LINEMEN (3)

Geno Atkins, Cincinnati

Jurrell Casey, Tennessee

Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (3)

Jadeveon Clowney, Houston

Von Miller, Denver

* Dee Ford, Kansas City FREE SAFETIES (2)

* Derwin James, Los Angeles Chargers

Eric Weddle, Baltimore

STRONG SAFETY (1)

* Jamal Adams, New York Jets

SPECIALISTS (4)

PUNTER (1)

Brett Kern, Tennessee

RETURN SPECIALIST (1)

* Andre Roberts, New York Jets

KICKER (1)

* Jason Myers, New York Jets

SPECIAL TEAMER (1)

* Adrian Phillips, Los Angeles Chargers

NFC OFFENSE (21)​

QUARTERBACKS (3)

Drew Brees, New Orleans

Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay

TIGHT ENDS (2)

Zach Ertz, Philadelphia

* George Kittle, San Francisco

TACKLES (3)

* Terron Armstead, New Orleans

Tyron Smith, Dallas

Trent Williams, Washington

WIDE RECEIVERS (4)

Davante Adams, Green Bay

Julio Jones, Atlanta

Michael Thomas, New Orleans

Adam Thielen, Minnesota

GUARDS (3)

Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia

Zack Martin, Dallas

Trai Turner, Carolina

RUNNING BACKS (3)

Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams

* Saquon Barkley, New York Giants

Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas

CENTERS (2)

Alex Mack, Atlanta

Max Unger, New Orleans

FULLBACK (1)

Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco

NFC DEFENSE (18)

DEFENSIVE ENDS (3)

Cameron Jordan, New Orleans

Demarcus Lawrence, Dallas

* Danielle Hunter, Minnesota

INSIDE/MIDDLE LINEBACKERS (2)

Luke Kuechly, Carolina

Bobby Wagner, Seattle

CORNERBACKS (4)

* Kyle Fuller, Chicago

Patrick Peterson, Arizonav

* Byron Jones, Dallas

Darius Slay, Detroit

INTERIOR LINEMEN (3)

Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia

Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams

* Akiem Hicks, Chicago OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (3)

Ryan Kerrigan, Washington

Khalil Mack, Chicago

Anthony Barr, Minnesota

FREE SAFETIES (2)

* Eddie Jackson, Chicago

Harrison Smith, Minnesota

STRONG SAFETY (1)

Landon Collins, New York Giants

NFC SPECIALISTS (4)

PUNTER (1)

* Michael Dickson, Seattle

RETURN SPECIALIST (1)

* Tarik Cohen, Chicago

KICKER (1)

* Aldrick Rosas, New York Giants

SPECIAL TEAMER (1)

* Cory Littleton, Los Angeles Rams

Pro Bowl Players By Team

(Player, Position, Pro Bowls)

ARIZONA (1)

Patrick Peterson, Cornerback, 8

ATLANTA (2)

Julio Jones, Wide Receiver, 6

Alex Mack, Center, 6

BALTIMORE (3)

C.J. Mosley, Inside/Middle Linebacker, 4

Eric Weddle, Free Safety, 6

Marshal Yanda, Guard, 7

CAROLINA (2)

Luke Kuechly, Inside/Middle Linebacker, 6

Trai Turner, Guard, 4

CHICAGO (5)

Tarik Cohen, Return Specialist, 1

Kyle Fuller, Cornerback, 1

Akiem Hicks, Interior Lineman, 1

Eddie Jackson, Free Safety, 1

Khalil Mack, Outside Linebacker, 4

CINCINNATI (1)

Geno Atkins, Interior Lineman, 7

CLEVELAND (2)

Myles Garrett, Defensive End, 1

Denzel Ward, Cornerback, 1

DALLAS (5)

Ezekiel Elliott, Running Back, 2

Byron Jones, Cornerback, 1

Demarcus Lawrence, Defensive End, 2

Zack Martin, Guard, 5

Tyron Smith, Tackle, 6

DENVER (2)

Phillip Lindsay, Running Back, 1

Von Miller, Outside Linebacker, 7

DETROIT (1)

Darius Slay, Cornerback, 2

GREEN BAY (2)

Davante Adams, Wide Receiver, 2

Aaron Rodgers, Quarterback, 7

HOUSTON (4)

Jadeveon Clowney, Outside Linebacker, 3

DeAndre Hopkins, Wide Receiver, 3

Benardrick McKinney, Inside/Middle Linebacker, 1

J.J. Watt, Defensive End, 5

INDIANAPOLIS (2)

Eric Ebron, Tight End, 1

Quenton Nelson, Guard, 1

JACKSONVILLE (1)

Jalen Ramsey, Cornerback, 2

KANSAS CITY (6)

Eric Fisher, Tackle, 1

Dee Ford, Outside Linebacker, 1

Tyreek Hill, Wide Receiver, 3

Travis Kelce, Tight End, 4

Patrick Mahomes, Quarterback, 1

Anthony Sherman, Fullback, 1

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (7)

Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, 2

Melvin Gordon, Running Back, 2

Melvin Ingram, Defensive End, 2

Derwin James, Free Safety, 1

Adrian Phillips, Special Teamer, 1

Mike Pouncey, Center, 4

Philip Rivers, Quarterback, 8

LOS ANGELES RAMS (4)

Aaron Donald, Interior Lineman, 5

Jared Goff, Quarterback, 2

Todd Gurley, Running Back, 3

Cory Littleton, Special Teamer, 1

MIAMI (1)

Xavien Howard, Cornerback, 1

MINNESOTA (4)

Anthony Barr, Outside Linebacker, 4

Danielle Hunter, Defensive End, 1

Harrison Smith, Free Safety, 4

Adam Thielen, Wide Receiver, 2

NEW ENGLAND (2)

Tom Brady, Quarterback, 14

Stephon Gilmore, Cornerback, 2

NEW ORLEANS (5)

Terron Armstead, Tackle, 1

Drew Brees, Quarterback, 12

Cameron Jordan, Defensive End, 4

Michael Thomas, Wide Receiver, 2

Max Unger, Center, 3

NEW YORK GIANTS (3)

Saquon Barkley, Running Back, 1

Landon Collins, Strong Safety, 3

Aldrick Rosas, Placekicker, 1

NEW YORK JETS (3)

Jamal Adams, Strong Safety, 1

Jason Myers, Placekicker, 1

Andre Roberts, Return Specialist, 1

PHILADELPHIA (3)

Brandon Brooks, Guard, 2

Fletcher Cox, Interior Lineman, 4

Zach Ertz, Tight End, 2

PITTSBURGH (6)

Antonio Brown, Wide Receiver, 7

James Conner, Running Back, 1

David DeCastro, Guard, 4

Cameron Heyward, Interior Lineman, 2

Maurkice Pouncey, Center, 7

Alejandro Villanueva, Tackle, 2

SAN FRANCISCO (2)

Kyle Juszczyk, Fullback, 3

George Kittle, Tight End, 1

SEATTLE (2)

Michael Dickson, Punter, 1

Bobby Wagner, Inside/Middle Linebacker, 6

TENNESSEE (3)

Jurrell Casey, Interior Lineman, 4

Brett Kern, Punter, 2

Taylor Lewan, Tackle, 3

WASHINGTON (2)

Ryan Kerrigan, Outside Linebacker, 4

Trent Williams, Tackle, 7

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