Rodgers from the waist up wearing his football uniform
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers holds the team record for most Pro Bowl selections, with 10.

The Green Bay Packers are a professional American football team based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers have competed in the National Football League (NFL) since 1921, two years after their original founding by Curly Lambeau and George Whitney Calhoun.[1] They are members of the North Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) and play their home games at Lambeau Field in central Wisconsin.[2][3]

Starting with the 1938 NFL season, the NFL instituted an All-Star Game that pitted the league's championship team against a team made-up of the best players from the remaining teams.[4] Five of these exhibition games were played, with the last occurring after the 1942 NFL season before the NFL reduced the number of teams and games in the season due to players serving in World War II.[5][6] The first official Pro Bowl occurred in 1951 following the 1950 NFL season.[7] From the 1950 season until the 1969 season, the exhibition game was played between teams representing the Eastern and Western Conferences of the NFL.[8] After the American Football League (AFL) merged with the NFL in 1970, the game was played between teams representing the NFC and the American Football Conference (AFC). The conference team format remained until 2014 when the NFL shifted to a fantasy football format with teams selected by captains from the full pool of Pro Bowl selectees. This format only lasted for three seasons before it reverted back to the conference team format from the 2016 to 2021 NFL seasons;[7] this period included the cancellation of the 2021 Pro Bowl due to the COVID-19 pandemic (teams were still selected and players were still recognized as Pro Bowl selectees).[9] Starting with the 2023 Pro Bowl after the 2022 NFL season, the NFL again changed the format; instead of playing an exhibition game, the Pro Bowl was converted to series of skill competitions that culminated in a non-contact flag football game.[10]

Pro Bowl selections are made by a cumulative vote by three groups that hold equal weight: coaches, players and fans.[7] Based on the results of the vote, each team is filled out based on generic positions on offense, defense and special teams.[11] Prior to the institution of the Pro Bowl Games in 2023, the players with the most votes were named starters, while the remainder of the selectees were reserves.[12] In the event that a Pro Bowl selectee is unable to participate in the Pro Bowl, either due to health reasons or the fact they are playing in the Super Bowl right after the Pro Bowl, alternates are named in the players' place. These players are still considered official Pro Bowl selectees.[13] The coaching staffs for each team have been selected in various ways, with the common option being the coaching staffs of the team with the best record in each conference who were not going to the Super Bowl given the honors.[14] With the onset of the Pro Bowl Games, the NFL now selects the coaching staffs for the flag football game.[15] Players for each team are paid for their participation, with a higher sum going to the winning team.[16] Throughout the life of the Pro Bowl, awards have been given out to recognize the best player or players of the game. From 2016 to 2022, an award was given to an offensive and defensive most valuable player (MVP).[17]

The Packers have had representatives at the Pro Bowl every year since 1950 except for nine seasons. The Packers' first selections in the inaugural Pro Bowl in 1951 were running back Billy Grimes and defensive tackle Ed Neal. The 1963 Pro Bowl and 1968 Pro Bowl each included nine Packers, the most that the team has ever sent to the Pro Bowl. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers holds the team record for most Pro Bowl selections with 10, while Forrest Gregg (nine selections), Brett Favre (nine selections) and Willie Wood (eight selections) round out the top four.[18] Four Packers have been given a Pro Bowl MVP award.[17] The most recent Pro Bowl selectee for the Packers was Kenny Clark for the 2024 Pro Bowl Games.[18]

Selections

All-Star Game (1938–42)

Black and white photo of Don Hutson catching a football
Don Hutson was selected for three All-Star Games, while also playing in the January 1940 All-Star Game where the Packers were the championship team playing the team of All-Stars.
Key
Selected as the NFL MVP for that season
Green Bay Packers NFL All-Star Game selections by year
Season All-Star Game # of Packers
selected
Players (# of All-Star Games with Packers) Position[a] Refs
1938 January 1939 3 Cecil Isbell (1) Back [19]
Russ Letlow (1) Guard
Clarke Hinkle (1) Fullback
1939 January 1940 N/A[b] N/A N/A [20]
1940 December 1940 4 Charley Brock (1) Back [21]
Clarke Hinkle (2) Fullback
Don Hutson (1) End
Carl Mulleneaux (1) End
1941 January 1942 3 Larry Craig (1) Back [22][23]
Don Hutson (2) End
Cecil Isbell (2) Back
1942 December 1942 4 Charley Brock (2) Back [24][23]
Larry Craig (2) Back
Don Hutson (3) End
Cecil Isbell (3) Back

Pro Bowl (1950–present)

Main article: List of lists of Pro Bowl players

A playing card showing Bobby Dillon in his college uniform
A playing card showing Billy Howton in his college uniform
Bobby Dillon and Billy Howton were both selected to four Pro Bowls in the 1950s, the most for any Packer in that decade.
A playing card showing John Martinkovic in his Packers uniform
John Martinkovic became the first Packer to be selected to three straight Pro Bowls.
A playing card showing Jim Taylor kneeling in his uniform holding a football
Jim Taylor was selected to five straight Pro Bowls during the 1960s.
A playing card showing Jerry Kramer in his uniform running
Jerry Kramer, a key blocker in Lombardi's famous Packers sweep, was selected for three Pro Bowls in his career.[25]
Photo of Ray Nitschke in uniform holding his helmet
Ray Nitschke was only selected for one Pro Bowl in his career, even though he went on to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
A playing card showing Bart Starr from the neck up
A playing card showing Boyd Dowler kneeling
Despite being teammates for 10 seasons and being selected for a total of six Pro Bowls, quarterback Bart Starr (top) and wide receiver Boyd Dowler (bottom) were never selected the same year.[26][27]
Black and white photo of James Lofton kneeling
Of James Lofton's seven selections to the Pro Bowl, he was the only Packers player selected for three of them.
Brett Favre jogging on a field in uniform
Brett Favre was selected for eight Pro Bowls during the 1990s and 2000s.
Ahman Green in uniform on a field
Ahman Green went to four straight Pro Bowls in the early 2000s.
Clay Matthews in uniform on a field
Clay Matthews III became the third member of the Matthews family to be selected for a Pro Bowl, joining his father Clay Matthews Jr.[28] and his uncle Bruce Matthews.[29] Jake Matthews, the son of Bruce and cousin to Clay, later became the fourth.[30]
Charles Woodson in uniform on a field during a game
Tramon Williams in uniform on a field during a game
Charles Woodson (top) and Tramon Williams (bottom) formed a Pro Bowl cornerback tandem for the Packers in the 2011 Pro Bowl.
Eddie Lacy in uniform while holding a sports drink bottle
Running back Eddie Lacy was the Packers' only representative to the 2014 Pro Bowl.
Aaron Rodgers in uniform about to throw the ball during a game
Aaron Rodgers' selection for the 2022 Pro Bowl was his tenth, the most of any Packer ever.
Davante Adams in uniform during a game
Davante Adams was selected to five straight Pro Bowls before being traded to the Oakland Raiders after the 2021 NFL season.
Jaire Alexander in uniform during a game
Elgton Jenkins holding up a jersey from an opponent
Jaire Alexander (top) and Elgton Jenkins (bottom) were selected for the inaugural Pro Bowl games in 2023.
Kenny Clark standing on a field in his uniform
Kenny Clark was the only Packer selected for the 2024 Pro Bowl Games.
Key
* Selected as Pro Bowl MVP[c]
Selected as the NFL MVP for that season
Green Bay Packers Pro Bowl selections by year
Season Pro Bowl[d] # of Packers
selected
Players (# of Pro Bowls with Packers) Position[e] Refs
1950 1951 2 Billy Grimes (1) Running back [34]
Ed Neal (1) Defensive tackle
1951 1952 2 Billy Grimes (2) Running back [35]
Dick Wildung (1) Tackle
1952 1953 3 Billy Howton (1) End [36]
Deral Teteak (1) Linebacker
Abner Wimberly (1) Defensive end
1953 1954 3 Dave Hanner (1) Defensive tackle [37]
John Martinkovic (1) Defensive end
Clayton Tonnemaker (1) Linebacker
1954 1955 3 Dave Hanner (2) Defensive tackle [38]
John Martinkovic (2)[f] Defensive end
Roger Zatkoff (1) Linebacker
1955 1956 5 Bobby Dillon (1) Safety [42]
Howie Ferguson (1) Fullback
Billy Howton (2) End
John Martinkovic (3) Defensive end
Roger Zatkoff (2) Linebacker
1956 1957 4 Bobby Dillon (2) Safety [43]
Billy Howton (3) End
Tobin Rote (1) Quarterback
Roger Zatkoff (3) Linebacker
1957 1958 3 Bobby Dillon (3) Safety [44]
Billy Howton (4) End
Jim Ringo (1) Center
1958 1959 2 Bobby Dillon (4) Safety [45]
Jim Ringo (2) Center
1959 1960 4 Bill Forester (1) Linebacker [46]
Forrest Gregg (1) Tackle
Paul Hornung (1) Back
Emlen Tunnell (1) Safety
1960 1961 8 Dan Currie (1) Linebacker [47][48]
Bill Forester (2) Linebacker
Forrest Gregg (2) Tackle
Paul Hornung (2) Back
Henry Jordan (1) Defensive tackle
Jim Ringo (3) Center
Bart Starr (1) Quarterback
Jim Taylor (1) Fullback
1961 1962 8 Bill Forester (3) Linebacker [49][50][48]
Forrest Gregg (3) Tackle
Henry Jordan (2) * Defensive tackle
Max McGee (1) End
Jim Ringo (4) Center
Bart Starr (2) Quarterback
Jim Taylor (2) Fullback
Jesse Whittenton (1) Cornerback
1962 1963 9 Bill Forester (4) Linebacker [51]
Forrest Gregg (4) Tackle
Jerry Kramer (1) Guard
Ron Kramer (1) End
Tom Moore (1) Running back
Jim Ringo (5) Center
Bart Starr (3) Quarterback
Jim Taylor (3) Fullback
Willie Wood (1) Safety
1963 1964 8 Herb Adderley (1) Cornerback [52]
Willie Davis (1) Defensive end
Forrest Gregg (5) Tackle
Henry Jordan (3) Defensive tackle
Jerry Kramer (2) Guard
Jim Ringo (6) Center
Jim Taylor (4) Fullback
Jesse Whittenton (2) Cornerback
1964 1965 6 Herb Adderley (2) Cornerback [53]
Willie Davis (2) Defensive end
Forrest Gregg (6) Tackle
Ray Nitschke (1) Linebacker
Jim Taylor (5) Fullback
Willie Wood (2) Safety
1965 1966 5 Herb Adderley (3) Cornerback [54]
Lee Roy Caffey (1) Linebacker
Willie Davis (3) Defensive end
Boyd Dowler (1) Wide receiver
Willie Wood (3) Safety
1966 1967 8 Herb Adderley (4) Cornerback [55][48]
Willie Davis (4) Defensive end
Forrest Gregg (7) Tackle
Henry Jordan (4) Defensive tackle
Dave Robinson (1) Linebacker
Bob Skoronski (1) Tackle
Bart Starr (4) Quarterback
Willie Wood (4) Safety
1967 1968 9 Herb Adderley (5) Cornerback [56][5]
Don Chandler (1) Placekicker
Willie Davis (5) Defensive end
Boyd Dowler (2) Wide receiver
Forrest Gregg (8) Tackle
Bob Jeter (1) Cornerback
Jerry Kramer (3) Guard
Dave Robinson (2) * Linebacker
Willie Wood (5) Safety
1968 1969 4 Donny Anderson (1) Running back [57]
Carroll Dale (1) Wide receiver
Forrest Gregg (9) Tackle
Willie Wood (6) Safety
1969 1970 5 Carroll Dale (2) Wide receiver [58]
Gale Gillingham (1) Guard
Bob Jeter (2) Cornerback
Dave Robinson (3) Linebacker
Willie Wood (7) Safety
1970 1971 4 Fred Carr (1) * Linebacker [59][5]
Carroll Dale (3) Wide receiver
Gale Gillingham (2) Guard
Willie Wood (8) Safety
1971 1972 2 John Brockington (1) Running back [60]
Gale Gillingham (3) Guard
1972 1973 4 John Brockington (2) Running back [61]
Bob Brown (1) Defensive end
Fred Carr (2) Linebacker
Chester Marcol (1) Placekicker
1973 1974 4 John Brockington (3) Running back [62]
Jim Carter (1) Linebacker
Ken Ellis (1) Cornerback
Gale Gillingham (4) Guard
1974 1975 5 Willie Buchanon (1) Cornerback [63]
Ken Ellis (2) Cornerback
Gale Gillingham (5) Guard
Ted Hendricks (1) Linebacker
Chester Marcol (2) Placekicker
1975 1976 2 Fred Carr (3) Linebacker [64]
Steve Odom (1) Return specialist
1976 1977 0 None N/A [65]
1977 1978 0 None N/A [66]
1978 1979 4 Willie Buchanon (2) Cornerback [67]
Ezra Johnson (1) Defensive end
James Lofton (1) Wide receiver
Terdell Middleton (1) Running back
1979 1980 0 None N/A [68]
1980 1981 1 James Lofton (2) Wide receiver [69]
1981 1982 1 James Lofton (3) Wide receiver [70]
1982 1983 4 Paul Coffman (1) Tight end [71][5]
John Jefferson (1) * Wide receiver
James Lofton (4) Wide receiver
Larry McCarren (1) Center
1983 1984 3 Paul Coffman (2) Tight end [72]
James Lofton (5) Wide receiver
Larry McCarren (2) Center
1984 1985 2 Paul Coffman (3) Tight end [73]
James Lofton (6) Wide receiver
1985 1986 1 James Lofton (7) Wide receiver [74]
1986 1987 0 None N/A [75]
1987 1988 0 None N/A [76]
1988 1989 0 None N/A [77]
1989 1990 4 Brent Fullwood (1) Running back [78]
Tim Harris (1) Linebacker
Don Majkowski (1) Quarterback
Sterling Sharpe (1) Wide receiver
1990 1991 1 Sterling Sharpe (2) Wide receiver [79]
1991 1992 0 None N/A [80]
1992 1993 3 Chuck Cecil (1) Safety [81]
Brett Favre (1) Quarterback
Sterling Sharpe (3) Wide receiver
1993 1994 4 LeRoy Butler (1) Safety [82]
Brett Favre (2) Quarterback
Sterling Sharpe (4) Wide receiver
Reggie White (1) Defensive end
1994 1995 3 Bryce Paup (1) Linebacker [83]
Sterling Sharpe (5) Wide receiver
Reggie White (2) Defensive end
1995 1996 3 Mark Chmura (1) Tight end [84][48]
Brett Favre (3) Quarterback
Reggie White (3) Defensive end
1996 1997 5 LeRoy Butler (2) Safety [85][48]
Brett Favre (4) Quarterback
Keith Jackson (1) Tight end
Reggie White (4) Defensive end
Frank Winters (1) Center
1997 1998 6 Mark Chmura (2) Tight end [86][48]
Brett Favre (5) Quarterback
LeRoy Butler (3) Safety
Travis Jervey (1) Special teams
Dorsey Levens Running back
Reggie White (5) Defensive end
1998 1999 5 LeRoy Butler (4) Safety [87]
Mark Chmura (3) Tight end
Antonio Freeman (1) Wide receiver
Roell Preston (1) Return specialist
Reggie White (6) Defensive end
1999 2000 0 None N/A [88]
2000 2001 1 Darren Sharper (1) Safety [89]
2001 2002 3 Brett Favre (6) Quarterback [90]
Bubba Franks (1) Tight end
Ahman Green (1) Running back
2002 2003 6 Donald Driver (1) Wide receiver [91]
Brett Favre (7) Quarterback
Bubba Franks (2) Tight end
Ahman Green (2) Running back
Marco Rivera (1) Guard
Darren Sharper (2) Safety
2003 2004 6 Brett Favre (8) Quarterback [92]
Mike Flanagan (1) Center
Bubba Franks (3) Tight end
Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (1) Defensive end
Ahman Green (3) Running back
Marco Rivera (2) Guard
2004 2005 4 Ahman Green (4) Running back [93]
William Henderson (1) Fullback
Marco Rivera (3) Guard
Javon Walker (1) Wide receiver
2005 2006 0 None N/A [94]
2006 2007 2 Donald Driver (2) Wide receiver [95]
Aaron Kampman (1) Defensive end
2007 2008 5 Chad Clifton (1) Tackle [96]
Donald Driver (3) Wide receiver
Brett Favre (9) Quarterback
Al Harris (1) Cornerback
Aaron Kampman (2) Defensive end
2008 2009 3 Nick Collins (1) Safety [97]
Al Harris (2) Cornerback
Charles Woodson (1) Cornerback
2009 2010 4 Nick Collins (2) Safety [98]
Clay Matthews III (1) Linebacker
Aaron Rodgers (1) Quarterback
Charles Woodson (2) Cornerback
2010 2011 8 Chad Clifton (2) Tackle [99]
Nick Collins (3) Safety
Donald Driver (4) Wide receiver
A. J. Hawk (1) Linebacker
Greg Jennings (1) Wide receiver
Clay Matthews III (2) Linebacker
Tramon Williams (1) Cornerback
Charles Woodson (3) Cornerback
2011 2012 7 Greg Jennings (2) Wide receiver [100][48]
John Kuhn (1) Fullback
Clay Matthews III (3) Linebacker
B. J. Raji (1) Defensive tackle
Aaron Rodgers (2) Quarterback
Scott Wells (1) Center
Charles Woodson (4) Cornerback
2012 2013 4 Clay Matthews III (4) Linebacker [101]
Aaron Rodgers (3) Quarterback
Jeff Saturday (1) Center
Josh Sitton (1) Guard
2013 2014 1 Eddie Lacy (1) Running back [102]
2014 2015 7 Randall Cobb (1) Wide receiver [103][48]
John Kuhn (2) Fullback
Clay Matthews III (5) Linebacker
Jordy Nelson (1) Wide receiver
Aaron Rodgers (4) Quarterback
Sam Shields (1) Cornerback
Josh Sitton (2) Guard
2015 2016 5 John Kuhn (3) Fullback [104]
Clay Matthews III (6) Linebacker
Julius Peppers (1) Defensive end
Aaron Rodgers (5) Quarterback
Josh Sitton (3) Guard
2016 2017 4 David Bakhtiari (1) Tackle [105]
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (1) Safety
T. J. Lang (1) Guard
Aaron Rodgers (6) Quarterback
2017 2018 2 Davante Adams (1) Wide receiver [106]
Mike Daniels (1) Defensive tackle
2018 2019 2 Davante Adams (2) Wide receiver [107]
Aaron Rodgers (7) Quarterback
2019 2020 5 Davante Adams (3) Wide receiver [108]
David Bakhtiari (2) Tackle
Kenny Clark (1) Defensive tackle
Aaron Rodgers (8) Quarterback
Za'Darius Smith (1) Linebacker
2020 2021[g] 7 Davante Adams (4) Wide receiver [109][48]
Jaire Alexander (1) Cornerback
David Bakhtiari (3) Tackle
Elgton Jenkins (1) Guard
Aaron Jones (1) Running back
Aaron Rodgers (9) Quarterback
Za'Darius Smith (2) Linebacker
2021 2022 3 Davante Adams (5) Wide receiver [110][48]
Kenny Clark (2) Defensive tackle
Aaron Rodgers (10) Quarterback
2022 2023[h] 2 Jaire Alexander (2) Cornerback [111]
Elgton Jenkins (2) Guard
2023 2024 1 Kenny Clark (3) Defensive tackle [112]

Notes

  1. ^ The position which the player was elected to the All-Star Game for.
  2. ^ The Packers were the champions of the 1939 NFL season, thus their entire team played against the NFL All-Star team.[5]
  3. ^ At different times, the Pro Bowl MVP Award has also been called the "Player of the Game".[31] It has also been handed out to more than one player: in the past it was given to the best back and the best lineman and more recently it is given to the best offensive and defensive players.[32][33]
  4. ^ The Pro Bowl is held at the end of the season, which typically occurs during the next calendar year. As an example, the 1951 Pro Bowl included Pro Bowl selectees from the 1950 NFL season.
  5. ^ The position which the player was elected to the Pro Bowl for.
  6. ^ Sources conflict on whether Martinkovic was selected for the 1955 Pro Bowl. Pro-Football-Reference.com does not include him on the 1955 team,[38] while Packers historian Cliff Christl includes it in his write-up of Martinkovic for the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.[39] The Green Bay Press-Gazette notes in Martinkovic's obituary that he was a "three-time Pro Bowl choice" and the Green Bay Packers media guide includes the selection, lending credence to Christl's declaration.[40][41]
  7. ^ The 2021 Pro Bowl was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[9]
  8. ^ The NFL changed the format for the Pro Bowl; instead of an exhibition full contact game, Pro Bowl selectees competed in various skills competitions and a non-contact flag football game.[10]

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