NEW YORK (AP) - Michael Vick's comeback now includes a Pro Bowl
start after he was voted to the team on Tuesday.
The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, who sat out two seasons
while serving a federal sentence for dogfighting, will start for
the NFC in the Jan. 30 Pro Bowl in Honolulu.
Atlanta, which leads the NFC with a 12-3 record, has the most
Pro Bowlers with seven, including quarterback Matt Ryan, receiver
Roddy White and defensive end John Abraham. New England (13-2), the
AFC leader, has six Pro Bowlers, led by QB Tom Brady.
Four rookies were chosen, with DT Ndamukong Suh of Detroit a
starter for the NFC. Cornerback Devin McCourty of New England, kick
returner Marc Mariani of Tennessee and center Maurkice Pouncey of
Pittsburgh made the AFC squad.
Arkansas alum Jason Peters is the only former Hog on the roster. The Philadelphia Eagle will start at left tackle for the NFC.