List of Pro Bowl players, W-Z

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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.

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Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Bill Wade QB 1958,[1] 1963 (NFL)[2] Los Angeles Rams (1958)
Chicago Bears (1963)
Bobby Wagner ILB 2014,[3] 2015,[4] 2016dagger,[5] 2017double-dagger,[6] 2018[7] Seattle Seahawks 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[8]
Mike Wagner SS 1975,[9] 1976[10] Pittsburgh Steelers
Mike Wahle G 2005[11] Carolina Panthers
Cameron Wake OLB, DE 2010dagger,[12] 2012,[13] 2013dagger,[14] 2014,[3] 2016dagger[5] Miami Dolphins
Bobby Walden P 1969 (NFL)[15] Pittsburgh Steelers
Chuck Walker DT 1966 (NFL)[16] St. Louis Cardinals
Delanie Walker TE 2015,[4] 2016,[5] 2017[6] Tennessee Titans 2015—Selected as a replacement for Greg Olsen[17]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Travis Kelce[18]
Doak Walker
Gary Walker
Herschel Walker
Javon Walker
Wayne Walker
Wesley Walker
Mike Wallace WR 2011dagger[19] Pittsburgh Steelers
Steve Wallace OT 1992[20] San Francisco 49ers
Ron Waller HB 1955[21] Los Angeles Rams
Fred Wallner G, LB 1955[21] Chicago Cardinals
Everson Walls
Wesley Walls
Bill Walsh
Blair Walsh
Bobby Walston
Stan Walters
Denzel Ward CB 2018[7] Cleveland Browns
Hines Ward WR 2001,[22] 2002,[23] 2003,[24] 2004[25] Pittsburgh Steelers
T. J. Ward SS 2013,[14] 2014,[3] 2015double-dagger[26] Cleveland Browns (2013)
Denver Broncos (2014, 2015)
2013—Selected as a replacement for Troy Polamalu[27]
2015—Named as an alternate, retroactively credited with Pro Bowl selection after the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl 50[26]
DeMarcus Ware OLB, DE 2006,[28] 2007dagger,[29] 2008dagger,[30] 2009dagger,[31] 2010dagger,[12] 2011dagger,[19] 2012double-dagger,[13] 2014,[3] 2015double-dagger[4] Dallas Cowboys (2006–2012)
Denver Broncos (2014, 2015)
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[32]
2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Broncos advanced to Super Bowl 50[33]
Paul Warfield WR 1964 (NFL),[34] 1968 (NFL),[35] 1969 (NFL),[15] 1970,[36] 1971,[37] 1972,[38] 1973,[39] 1974[40] Cleveland Browns (1964, 1968, 1969)
Miami Dolphins (1970–1974)
Larry Warford G 2017,[6] 2018[7] New Orleans Saints 2017—Selected as a replacement for Brandon Brooks[41]
2018—Selected as a replacement for Zack Martin[42]
Ernie Warlick
Charley Warner
Curt Warner
Kurt Warner
Chris Warren RB 1993,[43] 1994,[44] 1995[45] Seattle Seahawks
Jimmy Warren CB 1966 (AFL)[46] Miami Dolphins
Daryl Washington LB 2012[13] Arizona Cardinals 2012—Selected as a replacement for NaVorro Bowman[47]
Dave Washington LB 1976[10] San Francisco 49ers
Gene Washington
Gene Washington
Joe Washington
Leon Washington
Marcus Washington
Russ Washington
Ted Washington
Vic Washington
Bob Waterfield QB 1950,[48] 1951[49] Los Angeles Rams
Brian Waters G 2004,[25] 2005,[11] 2006,[28] 2008,[30] 2010,[12] 2011daggerdouble-dagger[19] Kansas City Chiefs (2004–2006, 2008)
New England Patriots (2010)
2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLVI[50]
Charlie Waters SS 1976,[10] 1977,[51] 1978[52] Dallas Cowboys
Deshaun Watson QB 2018[7] Houston Texans 2018—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[53]
Steve Watson WR 1981[54] Denver Broncos
J. J. Watt DE 2012dagger,[13] 2013,[14] 2014,[3] 2015double-dagger,[4] 2018daggerdouble-dagger[7] Houston Texans 2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[55]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[56]
T. J. Watt OLB 2018[7] Pittsburgh Steelers 2018—Selected as a replacement for Jadeveon Clowney[57]
Ricky Watters RB 1992,[20] 1993,[43] 1994,[44] 1995,[45] 1996[58] San Francisco 49ers (1992–1994)
Philadelphia Eagles (1995, 1996)
Dave Waymer CB 1987[59] New Orleans Saints
Reggie Wayne WR 2006,[28] 2007dagger,[29] 2008,[30] 2009daggerdouble-dagger,[31] 2010dagger,[12] 2012[13] Indianapolis Colts 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLIV[60]
Jim Weatherall
Leonard Weaver
Don Webb
Richmond Webb
Alex Webster
Dave Webster
George Webster
Mike Webster
Eric Weddle FS 2011,[19] 2013,[14] 2014,[3] 2016,[5] 2017dagger,[6] 2018[7] San Diego Chargers (2011, 2013, 2014)
Baltimore Ravens (2016–2018)
2016-Selected as a replacement for Devin McCourty[61]
Jon Weeks LS 2015[62] Houston Texans
Eric Weems ST 2010[12] Atlanta Falcons
Roger Wehrli CB 1970,[36] 1971,[37] 1974,[40] 1975,[9] 1976,[10] 1977,[51] 1979[63] St. Louis Cardinals
Arnie Weinmeister DT 1950,[48] 1951,[49] 1952,[64] 1953[65] New York Giants
Wes Welker WR 2008,[30] 2009double-dagger,[31] 2010,[12] 2011double-dagger,[19] 2012double-dagger[13] New England Patriots 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[66]
2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLVI[67]
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[68]
Billy Wells HB 1954[69] Washington Redskins
Scott Wells C 2011[19] Green Bay Packers
Warren Wells OE, WR 1968 (AFL),[70] 1970[36] Oakland Raiders
Carson Wentz QB 2017daggerdouble-dagger[6] Philadelphia Eagles 2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Eagles advanced to Super Bowl LII[71]
Stan West
Willie West
Brian Westbrook
Dick Westmoreland
Tom Wham
Larry Whigham
Charles White
Danny White
Dwight White
Ed White
Lorenzo White
Randy White
Reggie White DE 1986,[72] 1987,[59] 1988,[73] 1989,[74] 1990,[75] 1991,[76] 1992,[20] 1993,[43] 1994dagger,[44] 1995,[45] 1996,[58] 1997,[77] 1998[78] Philadelphia Eagles (1986–1992)
Green Bay Packers (1993–1998)
Roddy White WR 2008,[30] 2009,[31] 2010dagger,[12] 2011[19] Atlanta Falcons 2009—Selected as a replacement for Sidney Rice[79]
2011—Selected as a replacement for Calvin Johnson[80]
Sammy White WR 1976,[10] 1977[51] Minnesota Vikings
Cody Whitehair C 2018[7] Chicago Bears 2018—Selected as a replacement for Max Unger[81]
Bob Whitfield OT 1998[78] Atlanta Falcons
Donte Whitner S 2012daggerdouble-dagger,[13] 2013double-dagger, 2014[3] San Francisco 49ers (2012, 2013)
Cleveland Browns (2014)
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLVII[82]
2013—Selected as a replacement for Earl Thomas, did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[83]
2014—Selected as a replacement for Earl Thomas[84]
Dave Whitsell CB 1967 (NFL)[85] New Orleans Saints
Jesse Whittenton CB 1961 (NFL),[86] 1963 (NFL)[2] Green Bay Packers
Andrew Whitworth OT 2012,[13] 2015,[4] 2016,[5] 2017[6] Cincinnati Bengals 2012—Selected as a replacement for Ryan Clady[87]
2016—Selected as a replacement for Donald Penn[88]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Trent Williams[89]
Ron Widby
Casey Wiegmann
Ray Wietecha
Paul Wiggin
Bill Wightkin
Dave Wilcox
James Wilder
Dick Wildung
Marcellus Wiley
Vince Wilfork DT 2007,[29] 2009dagger,[31] 2010dagger,[12] 2011double-dagger,[19] 2012double-dagger[13] New England Patriots 2011—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Patriots advanced to Super Bowl XLVI[90]
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[91]
Doug Wilkerson G 1980,[92] 1981,[54] 1982[93] San Diego Chargers
Muhammad Wilkerson DE 2015double-dagger[4] New York Jets 2015—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[94]
Jeff Wilkins K 2003[24] St. Louis Rams
Ken Willard
Norm Willey
Aeneas Williams
Alfred Williams
Ben Williams DE 1982[93] Buffalo Bills
Brandon Williams DT 2018[7] Baltimore Ravens 2018—Selected as a replacement for Geno Atkins[95]
Darryl Williams FS 1997[77] Seattle Seahawks
DeAngelo Williams RB 2009[31] Carolina Panthers
Delvin Williams
Erik Williams
Fred Williams
Jamal Williams
James O. Williams
John L. Williams
Johnny Williams
Kevin Williams
Kyle Williams DT 2010,[12] 2012,[13] 2013,[14] 2014,[3] 2016,[5] 2018[7] Buffalo Bills 2010—Selected as a replacement for Richard Seymour[96]
2012—Selected as a replacement for Haloti Ngata[97]
2016—Selected as a replacement for Ndamukong Suh[98]
2018—Selected as a replacement for Jurrell Casey[99]
Lee Williams DE 1988,[73] 1989[74] San Diego Chargers
Leonard Williams DE 2016[100]
Mario Williams DE 2008dagger,[30] 2009dagger,[31] 2013,[14] 2014[3] Houston Texans (2008, 2009)
Buffalo Bills (2013, 2014)
Pat Williams DT 2006,[28] 2007,[29] 2008[30] Minnesota Vikings
Ricky Williams RB 2002[23] Miami Dolphins
Roy Williams S 2003,[24] 2004,[25] 2005,[11] 2006,[28] 2007[29] Dallas Cowboys
Roy Williams WR 2006[28] Detroit Lions
Tramon Williams CB 2010double-dagger[12] Green Bay Packers 2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Packers advanced to Super Bowl XLV[101]
Trent Williams OT 2012double-dagger,[13] 2013,[14] 2014,[3] 2015,[4] 2016dagger,[5] 2017daggerdouble-dagger,[6] 2018double-dagger[7] Washington Redskins 2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[102]
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[89]
2018—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[103]
Willie Williams CB 1969 (NFL)[15] New York Giants
Carlton Williamson SS 1984,[104] 1985[105] San Francisco 49ers
Fred Williamson DB 1961 (AFL),[106] 1962 (AFL),[107] 1963 (AFL)[108] Oakland Raiders
Bill Willis DT 1950,[48] 1951,[49] 1952[64] Cleveland Browns
Patrick Willis LB 2007dagger,[29] 2008dagger,[30] 2009double-dagger,[31] 2010,[109] 2011dagger,[19] 2012double-dagger,[13] 2013[14] San Francisco 49ers 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[110]
2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLVII[111]
Adrian Wilson SS 2006,[28] 2008dagger,[30] 2009dagger,[31] 2010dagger,[12] 2011dagger[19] Arizona Cardinals 2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[112]
Al Wilson MLB 2001,[22] 2002,[23] 2003,[24]2005,[11] 2006[28] Denver Broncos
Billy Wilson OE 1954Hash-tag,[69] 1955,[21] 1956,[113] 1957,[114] 1958,[1] 1959[115] San Francisco 49ers 1954—Named MVP of game
Jerrel Wilson P 1970,[36] 1971,[37] 1972[38] Kansas City Chiefs
Larry Wilson DB, S 1962 (NFL),[116] 1963 (NFL),[2] 1965 (NFL),[117] 1966 (NFL),[16] 1967 (NFL),[85] 1968 (NFL),[35] 1969 (NFL),[15] 1970[36] St. Louis Cardinals
Nemiah Wilson DB 1967 (AFL)[118] Denver Broncos
Otis Wilson LB 1985[105] Chicago Bears
Russell Wilson QB 2012,[13] 2013double-dagger,[14] 2015Hash-tag,[119] 2017,[6] 2018[7] Seattle Seahawks 2012—Selected as a replacement for Matt Ryan[120]
2013—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Seahawks advanced to Super Bowl XLVIII[121]
2015—Named MVP of game[122]
2018—Selected as a replacement for Aaron Rodgers[123]
Tommy Wilson HB 1957[114] Los Angeles Rams
Wade Wilson
Abner Wimberly
Sammy Winder
Antoine Winfield
Jim Winkler
Kellen Winslow
Kellen Winslow II TE 2007[29] Cleveland Browns 2007—Selected as a replacement for Antonio Gates[124]
Jameis Winston QB 2015[125] Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2015—Selected as a replacement for Tom Brady[125]
Frank Winters C 1996[58] Green Bay Packers
Steve Wisniewski G 1990,[75] 1991,[76] 1992,[20] 1993,[43] 1994,[44] 1995,[45] 1997,[77] 2000[126] Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders
Al Wistert OT, DT 1950[48] Philadelphia Eagles
Jason Witten TE 2004,[25] 2005,[11] 2006,[28] 2007dagger,[29] 2008dagger,[30] 2009,[31] 2010dagger,[12] 2012,[13] 2013,[14] 2014,[3] 2017[6] Dallas Cowboys 2006—Selected as a replacement for Jeremy Shockey[127]
2013—Selected as a replacement for Julius Thomas[128]
2014—Selected as a replacement for Julius Thomas[129]
2017—Selected as a replacement for Zach Ertz[130]
Tom Wittum P 1973,[39] 1974[40] San Francisco 49ers
Ron Wolfley ST 1986,[72] 1987,[59] 1988,[73] 1989[74] St. Louis/Phoenix Cardinals
Will Wolford OT 1990,[75] 1992,[20] 1995[45] Buffalo Bills (1990, 1992)
Indianapolis Colts (1995)
Duane Wood CB 1963 (AFL)[108] Kansas City Chiefs
Eric Wood C 2015[4] Buffalo Bills 2015—Selected as a replacement for Ryan Kalil[131]
Willie Wood DB, S 1962 (NFL),[116] 1964 (NFL),[34] 1965 (NFL),[117] 1966 (NFL),[16] 1967 (NFL),[85] 1968 (NFL),[35] 1969 (NFL),[15] 1970[36] Green Bay Packers
Lee Woodall LB 1995,[45] 1997[77] San Francisco 49ers
Tom Woodeshick RB 1968 (NFL)[35] Philadelphia Eagles
LaMarr Woodley OLB 2009[31] Pittsburgh Steelers 2009—Selected as a replacement for Brian Cushing[132]
Jerome Woods FS 2003[24] Kansas City Chiefs
Abe Woodson KR, DB 1959,[115] 1960,[133] 1961 (NFL),[86] 1962 (NFL),[116] 1963 (NFL)[2] San Francisco 49ers
Charles Woodson CB, S 1998,[78] 1999,[134] 2000,[126] 2001,[22] 2008daggerdouble-dagger,[135] 2009daggerdouble-dagger,[136] 2010daggerdouble-dagger,[12] 2011dagger,[19] 2015[137] Oakland Raiders (1998–2001, 2015)
Green Bay Packers (2008–2011)
2008—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[138]
2009—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[139]
2010—Did not play in the Pro Bowl because the Packers advanced to Super Bowl XLV[140]
Darren Woodson S 1994dagger,[141] 1995,[45] 1996,[58] 1997,[77] 1998[78] Dallas Cowboys
Marv Woodson S 1967 (NFL)[85] Pittsburgh Steelers
Rod Woodson CB, FS, KR[142] 1989,[74] 1990, 1991,[76] 1992,[20] 1993,[43] 1994dagger,[44] 1996,[58] 1999,[134] 2000dagger,[126] 2001,[22] 2002[23] Pittsburgh Steelers (1989–1994, 1996)
Baltimore Ravens (1999–2001)
Oakland Raiders (2002)
Damien Woody C 2002[23] New England Patriots 2002—Selected as a replacement for Barret Robbins[143]
Donnell Woolford CB 1993[43] Chicago Bears
John Wooten G 1965 (NFL),[117] 1966 (NFL)[16] Cleveland Browns
John Wozniak G 1952[64] Dallas Texans
Eric Wright CB 1984,[104] 1985[105] San Francisco 49ers
Ernie Wright OT 1961 (AFL),[106] 1963 (AFL),[108] 1965 (AFL)[144] Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers
K. J. Wright LB 2016[5] Seattle Seahawks 2016—Selected as a replacement for Ryan Kerrigan[145]
Louis Wright CB 1977,[51] 1978,[52] 1979,[63] 1983,[146] 1985[105] Denver Broncos
Rayfield Wright OT 1971,[37] 1972,[38] 1973,[39] 1974,[40] 1975,[9] 1976[10] Dallas Cowboys
Frank Wycheck TE 1998,[78] 1999,[134] 2000[126] Tennessee Titans

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Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Marshal Yanda G 2011dagger,[19] 2012double-dagger,[13] 2013,[14] 2014,[3] 2015,[4] 2016daggerdouble-dagger,[5] 2018dagger[7] Baltimore Ravens 2012—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[147]
2016—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[148]
Ron Yary OT 1971,[37] 1972,[38] 1973,[39] 1974,[40] 1975,[9] 1976,[10] 1977[51] Minnesota Vikings
Garo Yepremian K 1973,[39] 1978[52] Miami Dolphins 1973—Named MVP of game
Bob Young G 1978,[52] 1979[63] St. Louis Cardinals
Bryant Young DT 1996,[58] 1999,[134] 2001,[22] 2002[23] San Francisco 49ers
Buddy Young HB 1954[69] Baltimore Colts
Charle Young TE 1973,[39] 1974,[40] 1975[9] Philadelphia Eagles
Fredd Young ILB 1984,[104] 1985,[105] 1986,[72] 1987[59] Seattle Seahawks
Roynell Young CB 1981[54] Philadelphia Eagles
Steve Young QB 1992,[20] 1993,[43] 1994dagger,[44] 1995,[45] 1996,[58] 1997,[77] 1998[78] San Francisco 49ers
Vince Young QB 2006,[28] 2009[31] Tennessee Titans 2009—Selected as a replacement for Philip Rivers[149]
Jack Youngblood DE 1973,[39] 1974,[40] 1975,[9] 1976,[10] 1977,[51] 1978,[52] 1979[63] Los Angeles Rams
Jim Youngblood LB 1979[63] Los Angeles Rams
Paul "Tank" Younger FB, LB 1951,[49] 1952,[64] 1953[65] 1955[21] Los Angeles Rams

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Name Position Year(s) selected Franchise(s) represented Notes
Roger Zatkoff LB 1954,[69] 1955,[21] 1956[113] Green Bay Packers
Bob Zeman DB 1962 (AFL)[107] Denver Broncos
Gary Zimmerman OT 1987,[59] 1988,[73] 1989,[74] 1992,[20] 1994,[44] 1995,[45] 1996[58] Minnesota Vikings (1987–1989, 1992)
Denver Broncos (1994–1996)
John Zook DE 1973[39] Atlanta Falcons
Greg Zuerlein K 2017daggerdouble-dagger[6] Los Angeles Rams
2017—Did not play in the Pro Bowl due to injury[150]
Jeremy Zuttah C 2016[5] Baltimore Ravens 2016—Selected as a replacement for Maurkice Pouncey[151]

dagger—Named as a starter double-dagger—Did not participate (see notes) Hash-tag—Named Pro Bowl MVP/co-MVP (or equivalent)

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