HONOLULU - JANUARY 30: Drew Brees #9 of the New Orleans Saints looks for an open receiver while Jason Babin #93 of the Tennessee Titans defends during the 2011 NFL Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium on January 30 2011 in Honolulu Hawaii. NFC won 55-41 over the AFC. (Photo by Kent Nishimura/Getty Images)

2012 Pro Bowl: AFC Rolls, 59-41, Over NFC Despite Quiet Night From LeSean McCoy

The Eagles had three players selected for the 2012 Pro Bowl.

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2012 Pro Bowl: Time, Schedule And More

The 2012 NFL Pro Bowl will be played Sunday at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii (7 p.m. ET on NBC), and the Philadelphia Eagles will be well represented in the All-Star Game as running back LeSean McCoy, offensive tackle Jason Peters and defensive end Jason Babin will all make starts at their respective positions.

The NFC squad will be led by Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy and their starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers, while the AFC will feature Houston Texans headman Gary Kubiak and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

For those Eagles fans who'd like to catch the exhibition game, here's the game time, TV schedule and other titbits about the contest.

For complete rosters, check back to this StoryStream.

Game time: 7 p.m. ET

TV: NBC -- Dan Hicks (play-by-play), Mike Mayock (color commentary), Doug Flutie (color commentary), Alex Flanagan (sideline reporter), Randy Moss (sideline).

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Pro Bowl 2012: LeSean McCoy, Jason Babin, Jason Peters Will Represent Eagles

The 2012 NFL Pro Bowl will be played Sunday, as the NFC Team battles the AFC Team in Honolulu, Hawaii (7 p.m. ET on NBC). The Philadelphia Eagles will be strongly represented, as running back LeSean McCoy, offensive tackle Jason Peters and defensive end Jason Babin will be starters at their positions.

McCoy, who finished fifth in the league in rushing yards this season, will be making his first appearance at the All-Star Game, while Babin will be playing in his second and Peters is making his fifth consecutive start.

The NFC squad will start Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who will be throwing to Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and Carolina Panthers wide out Steve Smith. Also playing quarterback for the NFC will be New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Panthers rookie Cam Newton.

Meanwhile, the AFC will feature Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger as their starter, while Cincinnati Bengals rookie Andy Dalton and San Diego Chargers Phillip Rivers should see playing time too.

The AFC starting running back the league's leading rusher, Jacksonville Jaguars Maurice Jones-Drew, while the Bengals' rookie A.J. Green and Steelers Mike Wallance will be the starting wide outs.

Here's the full roster of both squads:

*-denotes starter
x-denotes out because of injury
y-denotes replacement for injured or Super Bowl player
z-will not play; Super Bowl participant


*Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh
z-Tom Brady, New England
y-Andy Dalton, Cincinnati
Philip Rivers, San Diego

Running back
*-Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville
x-Arian Foster, Houston
y-Ryan Mathews, San Diego
y-Willis McGahee, Denver
x-Ray Rice, Baltimore

*-Vonta Leach, Baltimore

Wide receiver
*-A.J. Green, Cincinnati
*-Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh
Brandon Marshall, Miami
y-Vincent Jackson, San Diego
z-Wes Welker, New England

Tight end
*-Antonio Gates, San Diego
y-Jermaine Gresham, Cincinnati
z-Rob Gronkowski, New England

*-Joe Thomas, Cleveland
*-D'Brickashaw Ferguson, N.Y. Jets
y-Ryan Clady, Denver
x-Jake Long, Miami

*y-Ben Grubbs, Baltimore
*-Marshal Yanda, Baltimore
z-Logan Mankins, New England
y-Brandon Moore, N.Y. Jets
z-Brian Waters, New England

*-Nick Mangold, N.Y. Jets
y-Chris Myers, Houston
x-Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh


*-Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
Drew Brees, New Orleans
z-Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants
y-Cam Newton, Carolina

Running back
*-LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia
Matt Forte, Chicago
x-Frank Gore, San Francisco
y-Marshawn Lynch, Seattle

*y-Michael Robinson, Seattle
x-John Kuhn, Green Bay

Wide receiver
*-Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona
*-Steve Smith, Carolina
Greg Jennings, Green Bay
x-Calvin Johnson, Detroit
y-Roddy White, Atlanta

Tight end
*-Jimmy Graham, New Orleans
Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta

*-Jason Peters, Philadelphia
*-Joe Staley, San Francisco
Jermon Bushrod, New Orleans

*-Jahri Evans, New Orleans
*-Carl Nicks, New Orleans
Davin Joseph, Tampa Bay

*-Ryan Kalil, Carolina
Scott Wells, Green Bay


Defensive end
*-Elvis Dumervil, Denver
*-Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis
x-Andre Carter, New England
y-Antonio Smith, Houston

Interior linemen
*-Richard Seymour, Oakland
y-Geno Atkins, Cincinnati
x-Haloti Ngata, Baltimore
y-Paul Soliai, Miami
z-Vince Wilfork, New England

Outside linebacker
*-Tamba Hali, Kansas City
*-Von Miller, Denver
y-James Harrison, Pittsburgh
x-Terrell Suggs, Baltimore

Inside/midde linebacker
*-Ray Lewis, Baltimore
Derrick Johnson, Kansas City

*-Champ Bailey, Denver
*-Darrelle Revis, N.Y. Jets
Johnathan Joseph, Houston

Free safety
*-Eric Weddle, San Diego
y-Ryan Clark, Pittsburgh
x-Ed Reed, Baltimore

Strong safety
*y-Brian Dawkins, Denver
x-Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh


Defensive end
*-Jared Allen, Minnesota
*-Jason Babin, Philadelphia
y-Julius Peppers, Chicago
z-Jason Pierre-Paul, N.Y. Giants

Interior linemen
*-Jay Ratliff, Dallas
*-Justin Smith, San Francisco
B.J. Raji, Green Bay

Outside linebacker
*-Clay Matthews, Green Bay
*-DeMarcus Ware, Dallas
x-Lance Briggs, Chicago
y-Chad Greenway, Minnesota

Inside/midde linebacker
*-Patrick Willis, San Francisco
x-Brian Urlacher, Chicago
y-London Fletcher, Washington

*-Charles Woodson, Green Bay
y-Brandon Browner, Seattle
x-Carlos Rogers, San Francisco
Charles Tillman, Chicago

Free safety
*-Earl Thomas, Seattle
y-Kam Chancellor, Seattle
x-Dashon Goldson, San Francisco

Strong safety
*-Adrian Wilson, Arizona


Shane Lechler, Oakland

Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland

Kick returner
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh

*,y-Montell Owens, Jacksonville
z-Matthew Slater, New England

Long snapper
Jon Condo, Oakland


Andy Lee, San Francisco

David Akers, San Francisco

Kick returner
Patrick Peterson, Arizona

Corey Graham, Chicago

Long snapper
Brian Jennings, San Francisco

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