On Tuesday night, the NFL announced the rosters for the 2010 Pro Bowl and there were some familiar names in the starting line-up.
Offensively, the AFC features some of the biggest names in the NFL and a few that are missing.
At quarterback, and the leading vote-getter, is Tom Brady, New England Patriots, his 6th appearance.
The running back is Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville Jaguars, and the fullback is Vonta Leach, Houston Texans.
Wide receivers feature Andre Johnson (Houston Texans) and Reggie Wayne (Indianapolis Colts).
Tight end is Antonio Gates (San Diego Chargers).
The offensive line features Nick Mangold (New York Jets), at center, Kris Dielman (San Diego Chargers) and Logan Mankins(New England Patriots) at guard and, at tackle, Jake Long (Miami Dolphins) and Joe Thomas (Cleveland Browns).
Peyton Manning of the Colts is making his 11th trip to the Pro Bowl as a back-up to Brady at quarterback.
On defense, Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens, marks his 12th trip to the Pro Bowl as a starter at inside linebacker. Joining him at linebacker on the outside are James Harrison, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Cameron Wake, Miami Dolphins.
The defense ends are a pair of Colts teammates, Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis, and the interior linemen are Haloti Ngata, Baltimore Ravens and Vince Wolfolk, New England Patriots.
Two dominating cornerbacks start for the AFC, Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland Raiders, and Darrelle Revis, New York Jets.
Two of the NFL’s biggest playmakers start at safety in Troy Polamalu and Ed Reed.
Shane Lechler, Oakland Raiders, is the punter and Billy Cundiff, Baltimore Ravens, is the kicker.
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