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2002 Pro Bowl

2002 NFL Pro Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
AFC 21 7 0 10 38
NFC 13 3 0 14 30
Date February 9, 2002
Stadium Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii
MVP Rich Gannon (Oakland Raiders)
Referee Ron Blum
Attendance 50,301[1]
National anthem Jessica Simpson
Broadcast (US)
Network ABC
Announcers Al Michaels, Dan Fouts, Dennis Miller, Eric Dickerson, and Melissa Stark

The 2002 Pro Bowl was the NFL's all-star game for the 2001 season. The game was played on February 9, 2002, at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The final score was AFC 38, NFC 30. Rich Gannon of the Oakland Raiders was the game's MVP.


  • AFC roster 1
    • Offense 1.1
    • Defense 1.2
    • Special teams 1.3
  • NFC roster 2
    • Offense 2.1
    • Defense 2.2
    • Special teams 2.3
  • Number of selections per team 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

AFC roster


Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Quarterback 12 Rich Gannon, Oakland 12 Tom Brady, New England
10 Kordell Stewart, Pittsburgh
Running back 28 Curtis Martin, N.Y. Jets 36 Jerome Bettis, Pittsburgh[b]
31 Priest Holmes, Kansas City
28 Corey Dillon, Cincinnati[a]
Fullback 37 Larry Centers, Buffalo
Wide receiver 88 Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis
80 Rod Smith, Denver[b]
81 Tim Brown, Oakland[c]
82 Jimmy Smith, Jacksonville[b]
80 Troy Brown, New England[a]
86 Hines Ward, Pittsburgh[a]
Tight end 88 Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City[b] 82 Shannon Sharpe, Baltimore[c] 85 Ken Dilger, Indianapolis[a]
89 Dwayne Carswell, Denver[e]
Offensive tackle 72 Lincoln Kennedy, Oakland
75 Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore
71 Walter Jones, Seattle
Offensive guard 66 Alan Faneca, Pittsburgh
68 Will Shields, Kansas City
79 Ruben Brown, Buffalo
Center 68 Kevin Mawae, N.Y. Jets 74 Bruce Matthews, Tennessee


Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Defensive end 94 John Abraham, N.Y. Jets
75 Marcellus Wiley, San Diego
90 Jevon Kearse, Tennessee
Defensive tackle 93 Trevor Pryce, Denver[b]
93 John Randle, Seattle
95 Sam Adams, Baltimore[c] 96 Gary Walker, Jacksonville[a]
Outside linebacker 92 Jason Gildon, Pittsburgh
95 Jamir Miller, Cleveland
55 Junior Seau, San Diego
Inside linebacker 52 Ray Lewis, Baltimore 54 Zach Thomas, Miami [b] 56 Al Wilson, Denver[a]
97 Kendrell Bell, Pittsburgh[d]
Cornerback 29 Sam Madison, Miami[b]
24 Charles Woodson, Oakland[b]
24 Deltha O'Neal, Denver[c] 47 Ryan McNeil, San Diego[a][c]
24 Ty Law, New England[a]
Free safety 26 Rod Woodson, Baltimore
Strong safety 37 Rodney Harrison, San Diego 36 Lawyer Milloy, New England

Special teams

Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Punter   9 Shane Lechler, Oakland
Placekicker   1 Jason Elam, Denver
Kick returner 84 Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore
Special teamer 52 Ian Gold, Denver

NFC roster


Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Quarterback   4 Brett Favre, Green Bay[b] 13 Kurt Warner, St. Louis[c]
  5 Jeff Garcia, San Francisco
  5 Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia[a]
Running back 28 Marshall Faulk, St. Louis 30 Ahman Green, Green Bay
20 Garrison Hearst, San Francisco
Fullback 40 Mike Alstott, Tampa Bay
Wide receiver 89 David Boston, Arizona
81 Terrell Owens, San Francisco
80 Isaac Bruce, St. Louis[b]
19 Keyshawn Johnson, Tampa Bay
87 Joe Horn, New Orleans[a][b]
88 Torry Holt, St. Louis[a]
Tight end 88 Bubba Franks, Green Bay 85 Wesley Walls, Carolina[b] 87 Byron Chamberlain, Minnesota[a]
Offensive tackle 76 Orlando Pace, St. Louis[b]
60 Chris Samuels, Washington
71 James Williams, Chicago[c] 72 Tra Thomas, Philadelphia[a]
Offensive guard 73 Larry Allen, Dallas[b]
65 Ron Stone, N.Y. Giants
65 Ray Brown, San Francisco[c] 62 Adam Timmerman, St. Louis[a]
Center 57 Olin Kreutz, Chicago 78 Matt Birk, Minnesota[b] 62 Jeremy Newberry, San Francisco[a]


Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Defensive end 53 Hugh Douglas, Philadelphia
92 Michael Strahan, N.Y. Giants
91 Robert Porcher, Detroit
Defensive tackle 97 La'Roi Glover, New Orleans
99 Warren Sapp, Tampa Bay[b]
97 Bryant Young, San Francisco[c] 92 Ted Washington, Chicago[a]
Outside linebacker 56 LaVar Arrington, Washington
55 Derrick Brooks, Tampa Bay[b]
98 Jessie Armstead, N.Y. Giants[c] 52 Dexter Coakley, Dallas[a]
Inside linebacker 54 Brian Urlacher, Chicago 54 Jeremiah Trotter, Philadelphia 56 Keith Brooking, Atlanta[d]
Cornerback 20 Ronde Barber, Tampa Bay
35 Aeneas Williams, St. Louis
23 Troy Vincent, Philadelphia[b] 24 Champ Bailey, Washington[a]
Free safety 21 Brian Dawkins, Philadelphia
Strong safety 29 Sammy Knight, New Orleans 47 John Lynch, Tampa Bay

Special teams

Position Starter(s) Reserve(s) Alternate(s)
Punter 10 Todd Sauerbrun, Carolina
Placekicker   2 David Akers, Philadelphia
Kick returner 89 Steve Smith, Carolina
Special teamer 33 Larry Whigham, Chicago
Long snapper 89 Chad Lewis, Philadelphia[e]


a Replacement selection due to injury or vacancy
b Injured player; selected but did not play
c Replacement starter; selected as reserve
d "Need player"; named by coach
e Other additional player; added by league

Number of selections per team

AFC Team Selections NFC Team Selections
Denver Broncos 7 Philadelphia Eagles 8
Baltimore Ravens 6 St. Louis Rams 7
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 San Francisco 49ers 6
Oakland Raiders 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6
New England Patriots 4 Chicago Bears 5
San Diego Chargers 4 Carolina Panthers 3
Kansas City Chiefs 3 Green Bay Packers 3
New York Jets 3 New Orleans Saints 3
Tennessee Titans 3 New York Giants 3
Buffalo Bills 2 Washington Redskins 3
Indianapolis Colts 2 Dallas Cowboys 2
Miami Dolphins 2 Minnesota Vikings 2
Seattle Seahawks 2 Arizona Cardinals 1
Cincinnati Bengals 1 Atlanta Falcons 1
Cleveland Browns 1 Detroit Lions 1
Jacksonville Jaguars 1


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External links

  • Official Pro Bowl website at
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