The NFL released the names of 12 players selected to the All-Decade team who will be playing in the Pro Bowl. The rest of the 53-man roster will be released in Sunday's pre-game show at 5:30 p.m.
So the question is, does anyone not think DE Michael Strahan will NOT have a spot on that team? I don't see how he'd miss, considering he was probably the most dominant defensive end from 2000-2009, having ended his career after the Super Bowl win in '07. He certainly did it long enough.
The 12 announced members are San Diego tight end Antonio Gates, Steelers and Jets guard Alan Faneca, Seattle and Minnesota guard Steve Hutchinson, Jets and Titans center Kevin Mawae, Carolina defensive end Julius Peppers, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware, Redskins and Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey, Eagles and Broncos safety Brian Dawkins, Raiders punter Shane Lechler, Eagles kicker David Akers, and Browns returner Josh Cribbs.
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