Where Are the Chiefs on the Pro Bowl Rosters?

Linebacker Derrick Johnson stands alone

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The 2016 Pro Bowl rosters have been set after a draft earlier this week. Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin, serving as the captains for each side this season, drafted the rosters.

Of the five Kansas City Chiefs players playing in the game, four were drafted to Team Rice:

Team Rice (coached by Andy Reid and the Chiefs coaching staff)Safety Eric Berry
Linebacker Tamba Hali
Tight end Travis Kelce
Cornerback Marcus Peters

That left just one Chiefs player for Team Irvin:

Team Irvin (coached by Winston Moss and the Packers coaching staff)
Linebacker Derrick Johnson

LB Justin Houston opted not to play in the Pro Bowl after finishing the season with a knee injury. The highest-selected Chiefs player was Peters, who went to Team Rice in the "sixth round."

Here are the full draft results and final rosters. The Pro Bowl is this Sunday, January 31, at 6 p.m. CT on ESPN.

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Photos from KC Wolf with the Special Olympics and the Pro Bowl draft event.

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