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2016 Pro Bowl Rosters And Draft Results

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THE PRO BOWL! YEAH!

Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

The Pro Bowl is stupid and we all hate it.

Without further adieu, here are the results of last night's 2016 Pro Bowl draft!

Team Irvin:

QB: Russell Wilson (1st pick), Jameis Winston, Teddy Bridgewater

RB: Devonta Freeman (captain), Todd Gurley, Latavius Murray

WR: Julio Jones, A.J. Green, DeAndre Hopkins, Allen Robinson

TE: Delanie Walker, Tyler Eifert

DL: Ezekiel Ansah, Michael Bennett, Carlos Dunlap, Geno Atkins (captain)

LB: Anthony Barr, Lavonte David, Sean Lee

DB: Richard Sherman, Desmond Trufant, Reshad Jones, Adam Jones, Malcolm Jenkins, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Harrison Smith

Coach: Winston Moss (Packers associate head coach)

Pre-Draft Selections:

FB: Patrick DiMarco

OT: Branden Albert, Tyron Smith, Andrew Whitworth

G: David DeCastro, Zack Martin, Marshal Yanda

C: Travis Frederick, Alex Mack

DT: Calais Campbell, Jurrell Casey

LB: NaVorro Bowman, Derrick Johnson

K: Dan Bailey

P: Sam Koch

KR: Darren Sproles

PR: Justin Bethel

Team Rice

QB: Eli Manning (1st pick), Derek Carr, Tyrod Taylor

RB: Adrian Peterson, Doug Martin, Chris Ivory

WR: Odell Beckham Jr. (captain), Jarvis Landry, Amari Cooper, T.Y. Hilton

TE: Travis Kelce, Gary Barnidge

DL: Aaron Donald (captain), Khalil Mack, Everson Griffen, Cameron Jordan

LB: Tamba Hali, Julius Peppers, Elvis Dumervil

DB: Marcus Peters, Vontae Davis, Brent Grimes, Eric Berry, Jason Verrett, Mike Adams, Charles Woodson

Coach: Andy Reid

Pre-Draft Selections:

FB: John Kuhn

OT: Kyle Long, Joe Staley, Joe Thomas

G: Richie Incognito, Logan Mankins, Josh Sitton

C: Nick Mangold, Eric Wood

DT: Fletcher Cox, Gerald McCoy

LB: Clay Matthews, Bobby Wagner

K: Josh Brown

P: Johnny Hekker

KR: Tyler Lockett

ST: Cedric Peerman

As previously reported, the Rams are sending RB Just Todd Gurley, DT Aaron Donald and P Johnny Hekker. The real news is that all three will still participate as the Pro Bowl is seeing a near league-wide abandonment of the game as this year saw an all-time high in the number of players either voted in or added as an alternate. The real key is that the face of the league, it's quarterbacks, are practically protesting the game as five of the top six at the position aren't even attending.