Packers have 7 players selected to Pro Bowl
The Green Bay Packers are well represented on the first Pro Bowl lists of the 2020 season.
The Packers, now 11-3 and number one in the NFC, had selected seven players for their first Pro Bowl squad, including five attackers and three first-time pro bowlers.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who trailed Aaron Jones, receiver Davante Adams, the offensive tackle against David Bakhtiari, security guard Elgton Jenkins, full-back Za'Darius Smith and cornerback Jaire Alexander, was announced as a Pro Bowl pick on Monday.
Jones, Jenkins and Alexander were selected for the first time. Of the seven choices, only Jones is not listed as a Pro Bowl starter.
According to the team, the seven pro bowlers on the first roster are the most of the Packers since 2011. The Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens all had an NFL-high seven selections.
At least three notable players were banned from the initial NFC list: center Corey Linsley, Robert Tonyan, and Adrian Amos.
Packers Pro Bowlers
QB Aaron Rodgers (ninth selection)
WR Davante Adams (fourth selection)
LT David Bakhtiari (third selection)
OLB Za’Darius Smith (second selection)
RB Aaron Jones (first selection)
G Elgton Jenkins (first selection)
CB Jaire Alexander (first selection
Packer's 9 best Pro Bowl candidates in 2020
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