Any postseason action members of the Philadelphia Eagles will see this year will be in the Pro Bowl, and they'll find out with the rest of the league and fans who is going to Hawaii during a televised special on the NFL Network on Wednesday.
Rosters for the annual NFL all-star game between the NFC and AFC will be announced on "NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Selection Show" at 7 p.m. ET. Fan ballots are closed, and those tallies will be combined with the votes from the league's coaches and players to determine the rosters.
It's not likely Eagles fans will see a load of their players in Hawaii following a disappointing season. At 4-11, the Eagles could potentially send players like guard Evan Mathis and rookie defensive lineman Fletcher Cox, but it's not likely stars like Lesean McCoy (who admitted he didn't even try in last year's game) or Nnamdi Asomugha will make a repeat visit this year.
The Eagles (4-11) close out their season on Sunday against the New York Giants.