Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson will make his sixth Pro Bowl appearance as a replacement for Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who will not play due to injury.
Rodgers and Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff were named to the team with Wilson being left out despite having arguably his best statistical season.
Wilson, while leading Seattle to a 10-6 record, had career-highs in touchdown passes (35), touchdown percentage (8.2) and passer rating (110.9). He also set a career-low in interceptions (seven). His completion percentage of 65.6 was the second highest of his career.
The Pro Bowl will be held Jan. 27 at noon at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.
Wilson will join punter Michael Dickson and linebacker Bobby Wagner on the NFC team.
The Seahawks have six other players listed as alternates: Running back Chris Carson, return specialist Tyler Lockett, defensive end Frank Clark, guard J.R. Sweezy and safety Bradley McDougald.