2011 Pro Bowl Rosters: Michael Vick, Michael Turner Lead NFC Offense

Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick continues his comeback tour by headlining the NFC's Pro Bowl lineup, earning a starting job in the year-end all-star game. He's joined on the offense by two Eagles teammates, putting Philly among the conference's leaders. The New Orleans Saints also send three.

The conference-leading Atlanta Falcons will be sending the most offensive talent to the NFC, featuring starting spots for Roddy White, Michael Turner, and Ovie Mughelli, plus Matt Ryan's first Pro Bowl appearance.

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is a noteworthy exclusion, but missing time due to a concussion may have removed him from a tight quarterback race.

Quarterback

Michael Vick, Eagles

Matt Ryan, Falcons

Drew Brees, Saints

Running back

Michael Turner, Falcons

Adrian Peterson, Vikings

Steven Jackson, Rams

Fullback

Ovie Mughelli, Falcons

Wide receiver

Roddy White, Falcons

Calvin Johnson, Lions

DeSean Jackson, Eagles

Greg Jennings, Packers

Tight end

Jason Witten, Cowboys

Tony Gonzalez, Falcons

Tackle

Jason Peters, Eagles

Jordan Gross, Panthers

Chad Clifton, Packers

Guard

Jahri Evans, Saints

Chris Snee, Giants

Carl Nicks, Saints

Center

Andre Gurode, Cowboys

Shaun O'Hara, Giants

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