Andrew Luck Goes 1st Overall In 2015 Pro Bowl Draft

Posted: Jan 22 2015, 6:51pm CST | by , in News | Latest Sports News

Andrew Luck Goes 1st Overall in 2015 Pro Bowl Draft
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  • Andrew Luck is the first overall pick of the 2015 NFL Pro Bowl draft.
  • The 2015 Pro Bowl will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Jan. 25

Team Carter selected Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck first overall in the 2015 Pro Bowl draft on Jan. 21.

Andrew Luck is the first overall pick in the 2015 Pro Bowl draft.

Team Carter made Luck the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. Luck's placing remains the same after two consecutive years. He also went first overall when the Indianapolis Colts drafted him out of Stanford in 2012, per's Dan Hanzus.

Luck told NFL Media's Chris Rose that it's "neat" to go first overall, per Hanzus. Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter joked,"We're going to take a little air out the football for him, though." Carter was referring to the "DeflateGate" scandal where the New England Patriots allegedly deflated game balls used in last weekend's AFC Championship Game against the Colts.

Another quarterback, the Dallas Cowboys' Tony Romo, was the second overall pick. He goes to Team Irvin. According to Hanzus, Romo earlier joked that Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin won't be allowed to board the plane bound for Dallas if he passes up on the Cowboys quarterback.

Romo told Hanzus it's "an honor" to play in the Pro Bowl. He quipped,"This is a special event, just for anybody who gets to play in the Pro Bowl. It's just an honor to really play in the game. I don't care if you're first or last or any of that stuff, (I'm) just lucky to be a part of it."

Hanzus lists the first 10 pick of the 2015 Pro Bowl:

  1. Andrew Luck, quarterback, Indianapolis Colts
  2. Tony Romo, quarterback, Dallas Cowboys
  3. A.J. Green, wide receiver, Cincinnati Bengals
  4. Odell Beckham, Jr., wide receiver, New York Giants
  5. Jamaal Charles, running back, Kansas City Chiefs
  6. Tyron Smith, tackle, Dalas Cowboys
  7. Patrick Peterson, cornerback, Arizona Cardinals
  8. Luke Kuechly, linebacker, Carolina Panthers
  9. Mario Williams, defensive end, Buffalo Bills
  10. Cameron Wake, defensive end, Miami Dolphins then lists the rest of the selections Team Carter and Team Irvin made on the second day of the draft:

Team Carter (head coach John Harbaugh):

J.J. Watt (captain), defensive end, Houston Texans; Antonio Brown (captain), wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers; Drew Brees, quarterback, New Orleans Saints; Andy Dalton, quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals; T.Y. Hilton, wide receiver, Indianapolis Colts; Jordy Nelson, wide receiver, Green Bay Packers; Justin Forsett, running back, Baltimore Ravens; Alfred Morris, running back, Washington Redskins; Joe Staley, tackle, San Francisco 49ers; Duane Brown, tackle, Houston Texans; Ryan Clady, tackle, Denver Broncos; Antonio Cromartie, cornerback, Arizona Cardinals; Aqib Talib, cornerback, Denver Broncos; Sam Shields, cornerback, Green Bay Packers

C.J. Mosley, linebacker, Baltimore Ravens; Justin Houston, linebacker, Kansas City Chiefs; Calais Campbell, defensive end, Arizona Cardinals; Connor Barwin, linebacker, Philadelphia Eagles; Tamba Hali, linebacker, Kansas City Chiefs, Lawrence Timmons, linebacker, Pittsburgh Steelers, Martellus Bennett, tight end, Chicago Bears; Greg Olsen, tight end, Carolina Panthers, Donte Whitner, safety, Cleveland Browns; Glover Quin, safety, Detroit Lions; Antoine Bethea, safety, San Francisco 49ers, L.P. LaDouceur, long snapper, Dallas Cowboys

Team Irvin (head coach Jason Garrett):

DeMarco Murray (captain), running back, Dallas Cowboys; Joe Haden (captain), cornerback, Cleveland Browns; Matthew Stafford, quarterback, Detroit Lions; Matt Ryan, quarterback, Atlanta Falcons; Randall Cobb, wide receiver, Green Bay Packers; Emmanuel Sanders, wide receiver, Denver Broncos; Golden Tate, wide receiver, Detroit Lions; Mark Ingram, running back, New Orleans Saints; C.J. Anderson, running back, Denver Broncos, Joe Thomas, tackle, Cleveland Browns; Trent Williams, tackle, Washington Redskins; Vontae Davis, cornerback, Indianapolis Colts; Brent Grimes, cornerback, Miami Dolphins; Chris Harris, Jr., cornerback, Denver Broncos

Von Miller, linebacker, Denver Broncos; Robert Quinn, defensive end, St. Louis Rams; DeMarcus Ware, defensive end, Denver Broncos; Clay Matthews, linebacker, Green Bay Packers; Elvis Dumervil, linebacker, Baltimore Ravens; D'Qwell Jackson, linebacker, Indianapolis Colts; Jimmy Graham, tight end, New Orleans Saints; Jason Witten, tight end, Dallas Cowboys; T.J. Ward, safety, Denver Broncos; Eric Weddle, safety, San Diego Chargers; Mike Adams, safety, Indianapolis Colts, Jon Dorenbos, long snapper, Philadelphia Eagles

The 2015 NFL Pro Bowl will kick off at 8 p.m. ET at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Jan. 25.

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