List of Pro Bowl players, C-F

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The following is a list of players, both past and current, who have been selected to play in the NFL's annual Pro Bowl game, beginning with the 1950 season.

Between 1938 and 1942, an NFL all star team played the league champion in the NFL All-Star Game. Participants in these games are not recognized by the NFL as Pro Bowlers, and they are not included in this list. No games were played between 1943 and 1950.

Between 1961 and 1969, the NFL and AFL played separate all-star games. This list includes players who were selected to play in the American Football League All-Star game during that period.

C[edit]

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Lee Roy Caffey LB 1965[1] Green Bay Packers
Rich Camarillo P 1983,[2] 1989,[3] 1991,[4] 1992,[5] 1993[6] New England Patriots (1983)
Phoenix Cardinals (1989, 1991–1993)
Jordan Cameron TE 2013[7] Cleveland Browns
Calais Campbell DE, DT 2014,[8] 2015,[9] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[10] 2018[11] Arizona Cardinals (2014, 2015)
Jacksonville Jaguars (2017, 2018)
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[12]
2018—Selected as a replacement for J. J. Watt[13]
Earl Campbell RB 1978,[14] 1979,[15] 1980,[16] 1981,[17] 1983[2] Houston Oilers
Marion Campbell DT, DE 1959,[18] 1960[19] Philadelphia Eagles
Woody Campbell RB 1967 (AFL)[20] Houston Oilers
John Cannady LB 1950,[21] 1952[22] New York Giants
Billy Cannon HB, TE 1961 (AFL),[23] 1969 (AFL)[24] Houston Oilers (1961)
Oakland Raiders (1969)
Gino Cappelletti OE, K 1961 (AFL),[23] 1963 (AFL),[25] 1964 (AFL),[26] 1965 (AFL),[27] 1966 (AFL)[28] Boston Patriots
Al Carapella DT 1954[29] San Francisco 49ers
Wray Carlton
Harold Carmichael
Reggie Carolan
John Carney
J. C. Caroline
Joe Carollo
Dan Carpenter
Ken Carpenter
Preston Carpenter TE 1962 (NFL)[30] Pittsburgh Steelers
Derek Carr QB 2015,[9] 2016double-dagger,[31] 2017[10] Oakland Raiders 2015—Selected as a replacement for Aaron Rodgers[32]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[33]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[34]
Fred Carr LB 1970,[35] 1972,[36] 1975[37] Green Bay Packers
Roger Carr WR 1976[38] Baltimore Colts
Mark Carrier
Mark Carrier
Carlos Carson
Harry Carson
Johnny Carson
Dwayne Carswell
Andre Carter
Anthony Carter
Cris Carter
Dale Carter
Jim Carter
Kevin Carter
Michael Carter
Tommy Casanova
Rick Casares
Scott Case CB 1988[39] Atlanta Falcons
Bernie Casey FL 1967 (NFL)[40] Los Angeles Rams
Jurrell Casey DE 2015,[9] 2016,[31] 2017dagger,[10] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[11] Tennessee Titans 2015—Selected as a replacement for Kawann Short[41]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[42]
Dave Casper TE 1976,[38] 1977,[43] 1978,[14] 1979,[15] 1980[16] Oakland Raiders (1976–1979)
Houston Oilers (1980)
Jim Cason
Matt Cassel
Rich Caster
Chuck Cecil
Larry Centers
Byron Chamberlain TE 2001[44] Minnesota Vikings
Chris Chambers WR 2005[45] Miami Dolphins
Wally Chambers DT 1973,[46] 1975,[37] 1976[38] Chicago Bears
Kam Chancellor SS 2011,[47] 2013double-dagger,[7] 2014double-dagger,[8] 2015double-dagger[9] Seattle Seahawks 2011—Selected as a replacement for Dashon Goldson[48]
2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Seahawks advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII[49]
2014—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Seahawks advanced to Super Bowl XLIX[50]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[51]
Chris Chandler
Don Chandler
Wes Chandler
David Chapple
Lynn Chandnois
Jamaal Charles
Corey Chavous
Deron Cherry
Raymond Chester
Ray Childress
Henry Childs
Mark Chmura
Jack Christiansen
Todd Christensen
Dick Christy HB 1962 (AFL)[52] New York Titans
Jeff Christy C 1998dagger,[53] 1999dagger,[54] 2000[55] Minnesota Vikings (1998, 1999)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2000)
Tyson Clabo OT 2010dagger[56] Atlanta Falcons 2010—Selected as a replacement for Jason Peters[57]
Ryan Clady OT 2009dagger,[58] 2011,[47] 2012double-dagger,[59] 2014dagger[8] Denver Broncos 2011—Selected as a replacement for Jake Long[60]
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[61]
Jack Clancy FL 1967 (AFL)[20] Miami Dolphins
Bruce Clark
Dallas Clark
Dwight Clark
Gary Clark
Mike Clark
Ryan Clark FS 2011[47] Pittsburgh Steelers 2011—Selected as a replacement for Ed Reed[62]
2012—Selected as an alternate, unable to play due to injury (does not count as an official Pro Bowl selection)[63]
Hagood Clarke S 1965 (AFL)[27] Buffalo Bills
Leon Clarke OE 1956[64] Los Angeles Rams
Raymond Clayborn CB 1983,[2] 1985,[65] 1986[66] New England Patriots
Mark Clayton WR 1984,[67] 1985,[65] 1986,[66] 1988,[39] 1991[4] Miami Dolphins
Nate Clements CB 2004[68] Buffalo Bills
Chad Clifton OT 2007,[69] 2010double-dagger[56] Green Bay Packers 2007—Selected as a replacement for Walter Jones[70]
2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Packers advanced to Super Bowl XLV[71]
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS 2016[31] Green Bay Packers
Jadeveon Clowney DE, LB 2016double-dagger,[31] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[10] 2018dagger[11] Houston Texans 2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[72]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[73]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[74]
Dexter Coakley
Ben Coates
Randall Cobb
Mike Cofer
Paul Coffman
Gail Cogdill
Tarik Cohen KR 2018dagger[11] Chicago Bears
Jim Colclough OE 1962 (AFL)[52] Boston Patriots
Robin Cole ILB 1984[67] Pittsburgh Steelers
Trent Cole DE 2007,[69] 2009[58] Philadelphia Eagles 2007—Selected as a replacement for Patrick Kerney[75]
Marco Coleman DE 2000[55] Washington Redskins
Rod Coleman DT 2005[45] Atlanta Falcons
Laveranues Coles WR 2003[76] Washington Redskins
Elmer Collett G 1969 (NFL)[77] San Francisco 49ers
Gary Collins WR 1965 (NFL),[1] 1966 (NFL)[78] Cleveland Browns
Jamie Collins OLB 2015[9] New England Patriots 2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[79]
Jim Collins ILB 1985[65] Los Angeles Rams
Kerry Collins QB 1996,[80] 2008[81] Carolina Panthers (1996)
Tennessee Titans (2008)
2008—Selected as a replacement for Brett Favre[82]
Landon Collins SS 2016dagger,[31] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[10] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[11] New York Giants 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[83]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[84]
Nick Collins SS 2008dagger,[81] 2009dagger,[58] 2010double-dagger[56] Green Bay Packers 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Packers advanced to Super Bowl XLV[85]
Ray Collins DT 1951[86] San Francisco 49ers
Tony Collins RB 1983,[2] New England Patriots
Cris Collinsworth WR 1981,[17] 1982,[87] 1983[2] Cincinnati Bengals
Don Colo DT 1954,[29] 1955,[88] 1958[89] Cleveland Browns
Dustin Colquitt P 2012,[59] 2016[31] Kansas City Chiefs 2016—Selected as a replacement for Pat McAfee[33]
Jon Condo LS 2009,[58] 2011[47] Oakland Raiders
Charlie Conerly QB 1950,[21] 1956[64] New York Giants
Shane Conlan ILB 1988,[39] 1989,[3] 1990[90] Buffalo Bills
James Conner RB 2018dagger[11] Pittsburgh Steelers
Dan Conners
Ted Connolly
George Connor
Bobby Joe Conrad
Jared Cook TE 2018[11] Oakland Raiders 2018—Selected as a replacement for Travis Kelce[13]
Marv Cook TE 1991,[4] 1992[5] New England Patriots
Ed Cooke DE 1966 (AFL)[28] Miami Dolphins
Chris Cooley TE 2007,[69] 2008[81] Washington Redskins
Amari Cooper WR 2015,[9] 2016double-dagger,[31] 2018[11] Oakland Raiders (2015, 2016)
Dallas Cowboys (2018)
2015—Selected as a replacement for Brandon Marshall[91]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[92]
2018—Selected as a replacement for Michael Thomas[93]
Pharoh Cooper KR 2017dagger[10] Los Angeles Rams
Walt Corey LB 1963 (AFL)[25] Kansas City Chiefs
Jerry Cornelison OT 1962 (AFL)[52] Dallas Texans
Frank Corral K 1978[14] Los Angeles Rams
Doug Cosbie TE 1983,[2] 1984,[67] 1985[65] Dallas Cowboys
Dave Costa DT 1963 (AFL),[25] 1967 (AFL),[20] 1968 (AFL),[94] 1969 (AFL)[24] Oakland Raiders (1963)
Denver Broncos (1967–1969)
Paul Costa TE 1965 (AFL),[27] 1966 (AFL)[28] Buffalo Bills
Tex Coulter OT, C 1951,[86] 1952[22] New York Giants
Kirk Cousins QB 2016[31] Washington Redskins 2016—Selected as a replacement for Aaron Rodgers[95]
Jim Covert OT 1985,[65] 1986[66] Chicago Bears
Charley Cowan OT 1968 (NFL),[96] 1969 (NFL),[77] 1970[35] Los Angeles Rams
Sam Cowart LB 2000[55] Buffalo Bills
Bryan Cox LB 1992,[5] 1994,[97] 1995[98] Miami Dolphins
Fletcher Cox DT 2015,[9] 2016dagger,[31] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[10] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[11] Philadelphia Eagles 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Eagles advanced to Super Bowl LII[99]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[100]
Fred Cox K 1970[35] Minnesota Vikings
Morgan Cox LS 2015,[9] 2016dagger,[31] Baltimore Ravens
Russ Craft
Roger Craig
Lou Creekmur
Josh Cribbs
Antonio Cromartie
Nolan Cromwell
Jeff Cross
Irv Cross
Randy Cross
John David Crow
Lindon Crow
Alge Crumpler
Victor Cruz
Larry Csonka
Curley Culp
Daunte Culpepper
Billy Cundiff
Randall Cunningham
Sam Cunningham
Mike Current
Dan Currie
Bill Curry
Isaac Curtis
Mike Curtis
Brian Cushing
Jay Cutler

D[edit]

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Dave Dalby C 1977[43] Oakland Raiders
Carroll Dale FL/WR 1968 (NFL),[96] 1969 (NFL),[77] 1970[35] Green Bay Packers
Andy Dalton QB 2011,[47] 2014,[8] 2016[31] Cincinnati Bengals 2011—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[101]
2014—Selected as a replacement for Aaron Rodgers[102]
2016—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[103]
Eldon Danenhauer OT 1962 (AFL),[52] 1965 (AFL)[27] Denver Broncos
Clem Daniels HB 1963 (AFL),[25] 1964 (AFL),[26] 1965 (AFL),[27] 1966 (AFL)[28] Oakland Raiders
Mike Daniels DT 2017[10] Green Bay Packers 2017—Selected as a replacement for Aaron Donald[104]
Owen Daniels TE 2008,[81] 2012[59] Houston Texans 2008—Selected as a replacement for Antonio Gates[105]
2012—Selected as a replacement for Rob Gronkowski[106]
Thom Darden
Marcell Dareus
Dick Daugherty
Jim David
Lavonte David
Ben Davidson DE 1966 (AFL),[28] 1967 (AFL),[20] 1968 (AFL)[94] Oakland Raiders
Cotton Davidson QB 1961 (AFL)Hash-tag,[23]1963 (AFL)[25] Dallas Texans (1961)
Oakland Raiders (1963)
1961—Named MVP of game
Ben Davis CB 1972[36] Cleveland Browns
Eric Davis CB 1995,[98] 1996[80] San Francisco 49ers (1995)
Carolina Panthers (1996)
Fred Davis DT 1950[21] Chicago Bears
Glenn Davis HB 1950[21] Los Angeles Rams
Leonard Davis G 2007dagger,[69] 2008double-dagger,[81] 2009dagger[58] Dallas Cowboys 2008—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[107]
Stephen Davis RB 1999,[54] 2000,[55] 2003[76] Washington Redskins (1999, 2000)
Carolina Panthers (2003)
2000—Selected as a replacement for Marshall Faulk[108]
Terrell Davis RB 1996,[80] 1997,[109] 1998[53] Denver Broncos
Thomas Davis OLB 2015double-dagger,[9] 2016dagger,[31] 2017[10] Carolina Panthers 2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Panthers advanced to Super Bowl 50[110]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Anthony Barr[111]
Tommy Davis
Vernon Davis
Vontae Davis
Willie Davis
Brian Dawkins
Dermontti Dawson
Len Dawson
Phil Dawson
Tom Day
Fred Dean
Ted Dean
David DeCastro G 2015,[9] 2016dagger,[31] 2017dagger,[10] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[11] Pittsburgh Steelers 2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[112]
Thomas DeCoud FS 2012[59] Atlanta Falcons 2012—Selected as a replacement for Dashon Goldson[113]
Bob Dee DE 1961 (AFL),[23] 1963 (AFL),[25] 1964 (AFL),[26] 1965 (AFL)[27] Boston Patriots
Jack Del Rio MLB 1994[97] Minnesota Vikings
Joe DeLamielleure
Joe Delaney
Tom DeLeone
Jake Delhomme
Steve DeLong
Bob DeMarco
Tom Dempsey
John Denney
Al Denson
Richard Dent
Zak DeOssie
Dean Derby
Al DeRogatis DT 1950,[21] 1951[86] New York Giants
Darrell Dess G 1962 (NFL),[30] 1963 (NFL)[114] New York Giants
James Develin FB 2017daggerdouble-dagger[10] New England Patriots 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl LII[115]
Willard Dewveall OE 1962 (AFL)[52] Houston Oilers
Buddy Dial OE 1961 (NFL),[116] 1963 (NFL)[114] Pittsburgh Steelers
Eric Dickerson RB 1983,[2] 1984,[67] 1986,[66] 1987,[117] 1988,[39] 1989[3] Los Angeles Rams (1983, 1984, 1986)
Indianapolis Colts (1987–1989)
Michael Dickson P 2018dagger[11] Seattle Seahawks
David Diehl
Doug Dieken
Kris Dielman
Dan Dierdorf
Trent Dilfer
Ken Dilger
Bobby Dillon
Corey Dillon
Patrick DiMarco
Cris Dishman
Mike Ditka
Hanford Dixon
Hewritt Dixon
Conrad Dobler
Darnell Dockett
Dale Dodrill
Chris Doleman
Don Doll DB, S 1950,[21] 1951,[86] 1952Hash-tag,[22] 1953[118] Detroit Lions (1950–1952)
Washington Redskins (1953)
1952—Named MVP of game
Aaron Donald DT 2014,[8] 2015,[9] 2016double-dagger,[31] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[10] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[11] Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams 2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[119]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[104]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Rams advanced to Super Bowl LIII[13]
Ray Donaldson C 1986,[66] 1987,[117] 1988,[39] 1989,[3] 1995,[98] 1996[80] Indianapolis Colts (1986–1989)
Dallas Cowboys (1995, 1996)
Art Donovan DT 1952,[29] 1954,[29] 1955,[88] 1956,[64] 1957[120] Baltimore Colts
Pat Donovan
Jim Doran
Jon Dorenbos
Keith Dorney
Tony Dorsett
Al Dorow
John "Kayo" Dottley
Hugh Douglas
Bob Dove
Eddie Dove
Boyd Dowler OE 1965 (NFL),[1] 1967 (NFL)[40] Green Bay Packers
Jack Doyle TE 2017[10] Indianapolis Colts 2017—Selected as a replacement for Rob Gronkowski[121]
Chuck Drazenovich MLB 1955,[88] 1956,[64] 1957,[120] 1958[89] Washington Redskins
Donald Driver WR 2002,[122] 2006,[123] 2007[69] Green Bay Packers
Eddie Drummond
Fred Dryer
Elbert Dubenion
Bill Dudley
Dave Duerson
A. J. Duhe
Elvis Dumervil OLB, DE 2009dagger,[58] 2011dagger,[47] 2012[59] 2014,[8] 2015[9] Denver Broncos (2009, 2011, 2012)
Baltimore Ravens (2014, 2015)
Jim Dunaway DT 1965 (AFL),[27] 1966 (AFL),[28] 1967 (AFL),[20] 1968 (AFL)[94] Buffalo Bills
Curtis Duncan WR 1992[5] Houston Oilers
Speedy Duncan KR, CB 1965 (AFL),[27] 1966 (AFL),[28] 1967 (AFL),[20] 1971[124] San Diego Chargers (1965–1967)
Washington Redskins (1971)
Carlos Dunlap DE 2015,[9] 2016[31] Cincinnati Bengals 2015—Selected as a replacement for Muhammad Wilkerson[125]
2016—Selected as a replacement for Jadeveon Clowney[72]
Warrick Dunn RB 1997,[109] 2000,[55] 2005[45] Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1997, 2000)
Atlanta Falcons (2005)
2000—Selected as a replacement for Robert Smith[126]
Mark Duper WR 1983,[2] 1984,[67] 1986[66] Miami Dolphins
Billy Joe DuPree TE 1976,[38] 1977,[43] 1978[14] Dallas Cowboys
John Dutton DE 1975,[37] 1976,[38] 1977[43] Baltimore Colts

E[edit]

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Kenny Easley SS 1982,[87] 1983,[2] 1984,[67] 1985,[65] 1987[117] Seattle Seahawks
Eric Ebron TE 2018[11] Indianapolis Colts
Brad Ecklund
Brad Edelman
Booker Edgerson
Bobby Joe Edmonds
Ferrell Edmunds
Braylon Edwards
Dan Edwards
Donnie Edwards
Glen Edwards
Tyler Eifert
Larry Eisenhauer
Carl Ekern
Cleveland Elam
Jason Elam
Henry Ellard
Carl Eller
Ezekiel Elliott RB 2016dagger,[31] 2018[11] Dallas Cowboys
John Elliott DT 1968 (AFL),[94] 1969 (AFL),[24] 1970[35] New York Jets
Jumbo Elliott OT 1993[6] New York Giants
Allan Ellis CB 1977[43] Chicago Bears
Greg Ellis
Ken Ellis
Shaun Ellis
Willie Ellison
Luther Elliss
Leo Elter
John Elway QB 1986,[66] 1987,[117] 1989,[3] 1991,[4] 1993,[6] 1994,[97] 1996,[80] 1997,[109] 1998[53] Denver Broncos
Doug English DT 1978,[14] 1981,[17] 1982,[87] 1983[2] Detroit Lions
Tom Erlandson LB 1966 (AFL)[28] Miami Dolphins
Zach Ertz TE 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[10] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[11] Philadelphia Eagles 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Eagles advanced to Super Bowl LII[127]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[128]
Boomer Esiason QB 1986,[66] 1988,[39] 1989,[3] 1993[6] Cincinnati Bengals
Bob Etter K 1969 (NFL)[77] Atlanta Falcons
Jahri Evans G 2009double-dagger,[58] 2010dagger,[56] 2011dagger,[47] 2012dagger,[59] 2013,[7] 2014[8] New Orleans Saints 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Saints advanced to Super Bowl XLIV[129]
Mike Evans WR 2016,[31] 2018[11] Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2018—Selected as a replacement for Julio Jones[130]
Norm Evans
Jim Everett
Thomas Everett

F[edit]

Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Keith Fahnhorst
Earl Faison
Alan Faneca
D'Marco Farr
Mel Farr
Miller Farr
James Farrior
Ken Farragut
Heath Farwell
Marshall Faulk
Brett Favre
Jeff Feagles
Tom Fears
Dick Felt
Jerome Felton
Gary Fencik
Charley Ferguson
D'Brickashaw Ferguson
Howie Ferguson
Brandon Fields
Joe Fields
Mark Fields
Jim Finks
Cortland Finnegan
Bill Fischer
Pat Fischer DB, CB 1964 (NFL),[131] 1965 (NFL),[1] 1969 (NFL)[77] St. Louis Cardinals (1964, 1965)
Washington Redskins (1969)
Eric Fisher OT 2018[11] Kansas City Chiefs
Galen Fiss LB 1962 (NFL),[30] 1963 (NFL)[114] Cleveland Browns
Larry Fitzgerald WR 2005,[45] 2007dagger,[69] 2008dagger,[81] 2009double-dagger,[58] 2010,[56] 2011dagger,[47] 2012[59] 2013,[7] 2015double-dagger,[9] 2016double-dagger,[31] 2017double-dagger[10] Arizona Cardinals 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[132]
2010—Selected as a replacement for Greg Jennings[133]
2012—Selected as a replacement for Brandon Marshall[134]
2013—Selected as a replacement for Demaryius Thomas[135]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[136]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[137]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[138]
Paul Flatley FL 1966 (NFL)[78] Minnesota Vikings
Ed Flanagan C 1969 (NFL),[77] 1970,[35] 1971,[124] 1973[46] Detroit Lions
Mike Flanagan C 2003[76] Green Bay Packers 2003—Selected as a replacement for Olin Kreutz[139]
London Fletcher ILB 2009dagger,[58] 2010,[56] 2011,[47] 2012[59] Washington Redskins 2009—Selected as a replacement for Jonathan Vilma[140]
2011—Selected as a replacement for Brian Urlacher[141]
2012—Selected as a replacement for Patrick Willis[142]
George Flint G 1965 (AFL)[27] Buffalo Bills
Tom Flores QB 1966 (AFL)[28] Oakland Raiders
Brandon Flowers
Don Floyd
Doug Flutie
Nick Foles
Dave Foley
Tim Foley
Nick Folk K 2007[69] Dallas Cowboys
Lee Folkins TE 1963 (NFL)[114] Dallas Cowboys
Dee Ford OLB 2018[11] Kansas City Chiefs
Len Ford DE 1951,[86] 1952,[22] 1953,[118] 1954[29] Cleveland Browns
Chuck Foreman
Bill Forester
Justin Forsett
Matt Forte
Joe Fortunato
Arian Foster
Barry Foster
Roy Foster
Dan Fouts
Tim Fox
Bill Fralic
Doug France
Russ Francis
Andra Franklin
Tony Franklin
Bubba Franks
Jim Fraser
Charley Frazier FL 1966 (AFL)[28] Houston Oilers
Willie Frazier TE 1965 (AFL),[27] 1967 (AFL),[20] 1969 (AFL)[24]
Travis Frederick C 2014,[8] 2015,[9] 2016dagger,[31] 2017[10] Dallas Cowboys
Tucker Frederickson RB 1965 (NFL)[1] New York Giants
Antonio Freeman
Devonta Freeman
Dwight Freeney
Rocky Freitas
Gus Frerotte
Toni Fritsch
Irving Fryar
David Fulcher
Jean Fugett
Frank Fuller
Kyle Fuller CB 2018dagger[11] Chicago Bears
William Fuller DE 1991,[4] 1994,[97] 1995,[98] 1996[80] Houston Oilers (1991)
Philadelphia Eagles (1994–1996)
Brent Fullwood RB 1989[3] Green Bay Packers

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