The Green Bay Packers will have two representatives at this years Pro Bowl.
The league announced quarterback Aaron Rodgers and tackle David Bakhtiari are heading to the Pro Bowl.
For Rodgers, it's his eighth Pro Bowl selection in his career, making it the second most for a quarterback in Packers history. (Brett Favre had nine)
Rodgers boasts a passer rating of 11.4, and is the only quarterback in the league to have more than 10 touchdowns and fewer than four interceptions.
For Bakhtiari, it'll be his second Pro Bowl, but first as an original selection. He was named a replacement in last year's game.
Bakhtiari has started all 14 games for the Packers this season, and has helped the Packers rank second in the league in average pocket time at 2.61 seconds.
Kicker Mason Crosby and linebacker Za'Darius Smith are first alternates.
Other alternates include wide receiver Davante Adams, cornerback Jaire Alexander, safety Adrian Amos, defensive lineman Kenny Clark, running back Aaron Jones, center Corey Linsley, linebacker Preston Smith and fullback Danny Vitale.