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For the first time since 1998, the Philadelphia Eagles will not be represented in the Pro Bowl. Instead, a crew led by Aaron Rodgers and Adrian Peterson will try to deliver victory for the NFC.
For the first time since 1998, Philadelphia will not have a representative in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl. The AFC and NFC rosters were announced Wednesday evening, and no Eagles made the cut for the NFC team.
Instead, a team headlined by Aaron Rodgers, Adrian Peterson and Calvin Johnson will look to deliver a victory for the NFC. The San Francisco 49ers, with nine selections, led the entire league in Pro Bowlers.
The 4-11 Eagles haven't exactly filled the stat sheets this year, making no player particularly appealing for a Pro Bowl honor. Jeremy Maclin, with 835 receiving yards and six touchdown catches, led the team offensively. LeSean McCoy rushed for a team-high 795 yards.
The complete NFC roster can be found here. The 2013 Pro Bowl will be played at Aloha Stadium on Jan. 27. The Eagles, meanwhile, complete their disappointing season on Sunday against the New York Giants.