New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was selected for his eighth Pro Bowl this season. (Harry How/Getty Images)
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and St. Louis Rams All-Pro defensive end Robert Quinn were among the first players selected by Jerry Rice in the Pro Bowl Draft on Tuesday.
The other captain, Deion Sanders, selected Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles and Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt for the game, which will be played on Sunday in Hawaii.
There are still 60 players left to be selected, which will include wide receivers, running backs and quarterbacks.
Here is the rundown, via NFL.com:
Captains: J.J. Watt and Jamaal Charles
Coach: Chuck Pagano
Captains: Drew Brees and Robert Quinn
Coach: Ron Rivera
Sanders: Ndamukong Suh, Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe
Rice: Jason Hatcher, Marcell Dareus and Kyle Williams (assigned)
Sanders: Marshal Yanda, Logan Mankins and Kyle Long (assigned)
Rice: Jahri Evans, Ben Grubbs and Evan Mathis
Sanders: Mike Pouncey and Alex Mack
Rice: Ryan Kalil and Nick Mangold (assigned)
Sanders: Marcel Reece (assigned)
Rice: Mike Tolbert
Sanders: Matthew Slater
Rice: Justin Bethel (assigned)
Sanders: Brandon Fields (assigned)
Rice: Johnny Hekker
Sanders: J.J. Jansen
Rice: Matt Overton