Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams, DL Kenny Clark and QB Aaron Rodgers have been named to the Pro Bowl roster, the league announced today. Adams and Rodgers were named starters. It is the eighth straight year and the 19th time in the last 20 years that Green Bay has had multiple Pro Bowl selections.
This marks Adams' fifth straight selection (2017-21), making him only the second Packers WR to make five-plus consecutive Pro Bowls (James Lofton, six in a row from 1980-85). Adams' five career selections are tied with Sterling Sharpe for the second most by a WR in franchise history, trailing only Lofton (seven). Despite missing a game, Adams ranks No. 3 in the league in receiving yards (1,248), No. 4 in receptions (96), No. 3 in receiving first downs (66) and No. 2 in receptions of 30-plus yards (10). He has posted six 100-yard receiving games, good for No. 2 in the NFL this season. Since 2020, Adams has five games with 10-plus catches, 100-plus receiving yards and multiple receiving TDs, the most in league history over a two-season span.
This is Clark's second trip to the Pro Bowl after being an injury replacement in 2019 and being named an alternate in 2018. He joins Henry Jordan (1960-61, 1963, 1966) and Dave Hanner (1953-54) as the only Packers defensive tackles to make multiple Pro Bowls. Clark has missed one game, but leads the Packers' defensive line with 42 tackles (23 solo). He has also recorded four sacks (No. 3 on the team), six tackles for a loss (tied for No. 1 on the team), 12 QB hits (No. 3 on the team) and a fumble recovery. Clark has registered at least one QB hit in eight games and four-plus tackles in five contests. According to Stats Pass, he leads the Packers with 40.0 QB hurries (No. 5 among NFL players listed as a DT).
For Rodgers, it marks the 10th Pro Bowl selection of his career (2009, 2011-12, 2014-16, 2018-21), passing QB Brett Favre and T Forrest Gregg for the most Pro Bowl selections by a Packer. He ranks No. 1 in the NFL in passer rating (110.4), INT percentage (0.91) and TD/INT ratio (7.50). Despite missing a game, he is tied for No. 5 in TD passes (30), No. 5 in yards/attempt (7.9 avg.), No. 7 in completion percentage (67.8) and No. 10 in passing yards (3,487). Rodgers leads the NFL with 10 games on the season with multiple TD passes and no INTs as well as seven games with multiple TD passes/zero INTs and a completion percentage of 70-plus. He has posted a passer rating of 125-plus in a league-best six games this season, ranks No. 3 in the NFL in completions of 30-plus yards (20) and is tied for No. 3 in completions of 40-plus yards (10).
RB Aaron Jones was named first alternate.