The Green Bay Packers had just three players selected to the Pro Bowl this season.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will make his fifth appearance, despite having his worst season statistically since his first year as a starter back in 2008. His 95.2 passer rating ranks 12th in the NFL.
Guard Josh Sitton earned his third career Pro Bowl honor. He is the first Packers guard to be named to consecutive Pro Bowls since Marco Rivera was selected to three straight from 2002 through 2004.
Linebacker Clay Matthews earned his sixth selection and his first as an inside linebacker. Matthews is tied for the team lead in quarterback hits (13) and ranks second in sacks with five-and-a-half.
Fullback John Kuhn was named a first alternate.
Eight teams, led by the Carolina Panthers with 10 players, had more Pro Bowl selections than the Packers.
The Pro Bowl players were determined by votes of fans, players and coaches.
Players will be assigned to two teams via a draft. Former NFL receivers Michael Irvin and Jerry Rice will serve as captains and draft players for the Pro Bowl in Jan. 31 in Honolulu.