Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald was selected to the Pro Bowl for the 11th time -- and he'll be joined by three of his Arizona Cardinals teammates.
Fitzgerald, cornerback Patrick Peterson, linebacker Chandler Jones and rookie safety Budda Baker were picked for the 2018 Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida on Jan. 28. Cardinals running back Adrian Peterson and safety Tyrann Mathieu were selected as alternates.
Only eight players in NFL history have been selected to more Pro Bowls with the same team than Fitzgerald has. Only Tom Brady has more Pro Bowl selections among active players (13), and only Jerry Rice has more all-time among wide receivers (13).
Peterson has been a Pro Bowl selection in all seven of his NFL seasons. Jones, who leads the NFL with 15 sacks, earned his second Pro Bowl invitation and his first with the Cardinals.
Baker, who was the Cardinals' second-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, is just the fifth Cardinals rookie to receive a Pro Bowl bid since 1970, and he is just one of four rookies selected to the 2018 Pro Bowl. Baker earned the nod for his performance on special teams, as he has recorded a team-best 15 special-teams tackles this season.
Blessed to be in this group of top Tier company!! 🙏🏾 https://t.co/EurPlkldW0
— Budda Baker (@buddabaker32) December 20, 2017