Your 2010 Pro Bowl Cowboys

Sadly, the 2009 season ended for the Dallas Cowboys a couple of weeks ago, but this weekend when the Pro Bowl kicks off you might reconsider tuning in. In addition to the six Cowboys elected and Terence Newman who was added last week, two more will join the Cowboys coaching staff on the NFC roster. Andre Gurode will not be playing because of knee surgery.

Tony Romo and Mike Jenkins will play in the game due to injury of the elected starters. Romo was chosen to replace Brett Favre (ankle injury). Jenkins will replace Antoine Winfield (foot injury).

That makes a total of nine Cowboys attending this year’s Pro Bowl in Miami. Philadelphia is tied with Dallas for having the most players at the game. It is also the sixth most selections in franchise history.

StarStruck GraphicsYour 2010 Pro Bowl Cowboys:

Miles Austin, wide receiver

Leonard Davis, guard

Andre Gurode, center (injured)

Mike Jenkins, cornerback

Terence Newman, cornerback

Jay Ratliff, interior lineman

Tony Romo, quarterback

DeMarcus Ware, outside linebacker

Jason Witten, tight end

Head Coach Wade Phillips and his staff

Comments
  1. Rob V.

    I’ll be watching because of our Boys, but the game feels so different this year being before the Super Bowl. I like it better after the Super Bowl and in Hawaii. Not too many people like the Pro Bowl, but I’ve always liked it. My first memory of the Pro Bowl is from 1981 when Danny White connected with John Jefferson from the Packers and the NFC won the game 20-19. White was named the games MVP.

  2. Michelle G

    Wooohooo finally Tony is being recognized for his abilities! It’s about damn time! I wish the best of luck to all of our Boys!

    • Barbara martinez

      I soooo agree Michelle :)

  3. Rob V.

    As much as I hate to admit it, Romo and Jenkins are only being recognized because others have pulled out of the game.

  4. Tom

    Rob, you think that’s bad, look at the AFC QBs? David Garrard? Are you serious?!

  5. Raina

    I am happy for Miles Austin. He deserves it after the year he had. Good luck to all our boys. Stay safe!