Ravens’ Lamar Jackson showed rapper Mike Jones some love(VIDEO)

After defeating the Tennessee Titans last Sunday in the wild card game, Ravens QB Lamar Jackson was a happy man. Following his first playoff victory, he showed legendary Houston rapper Mike Jones some love. You remember Mike Jones, whose debut album “Who Is Mike Jones?” dropped in 2005. Jones had many hits on that album, including “Still Trippin” and “Back Then.”

Obviously, based on his reaction, Jackson is a big fan of Jones. When USA Today reporter Mike Jones was called on to ask Jackson a question, the former MVP started laughing, and eventually, he explained why.

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Ravens lead all teams with 12 players selected to Pro Bowl

The NFL announced the AFC and NFC All-Stars for the 2020 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon, which kicks off at 3:00 PM ET on Sunday, January 26, and will be televised live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC and Disney XD – the third time the game will be available on both broadcast and cable networks.

The Pro Bowl players were determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counted one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players who were selected to the Pro Bowl. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its All-Star teams. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online All-Star voting in 1995.

Thirty teams had at least one player selected to the 2020 Pro Bowl and 24 clubs had multiple players chosen as All-Stars. The BALTIMORE RAVENS, including second-year quarterback LAMAR JACKSON, placed a league-best 12 players on the Pro Bowl roster, while the NEW ORLEANS SAINTS led the NFC with seven players selected. The 2019 Ravens join the 2007 DALLAS COWBOYS (13 players) and 1973 MIAMI DOLPHINS (12) as the only teams to have at least 12 players selected to the Pro Bowl since 1970.

Twenty-five of the players selected to the Pro Bowl today are first-time All-Stars, including three rookies – defensive end NICK BOSA of the San Francisco 49ers, return specialist MECOLE HARDMAN of the Kansas City Chiefs and return specialist DEONTE HARRIS of the New Orleans Saints.

The 2020 Pro Bowl coaching staffs will be from the losing teams in the AFC and NFC Divisional playoffs with the best regular-season records.

Under terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, each player on the winning Pro Bowl team receives $70,000, while each player on the losing squad earns $35,000.

2020 PRO BOWL PLAYERS BY POSITION

 (*First-time Pro Bowl selection; Bold/Italic: Starter)

AFC

OFFENSE (21)

 

QUARTERBACKS (3)

 

TIGHT ENDS (2)

*

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore

*

Mark Andrews, Baltimore

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City

Travis Kelce, Kansas City

Deshaun Watson, Houston

TACKLES (3)

WIDE RECEIVERS (4)

*

Trent Brown, Oakland

Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers

*

Ronnie Stanley, Baltimore

Tyreek Hill, Kansas City

*

Laremy Tunsil, Houston

DeAndre Hopkins, Houston

 

Jarvis Landry, Cleveland

 

GUARDS (3)

 

David DeCastro, Pittsburgh

RUNNING BACKS (3)

Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis

*

Nick Chubb, Cleveland

 

Marshal Yanda, Baltimore

*

Derrick Henry, Tennessee

 

Mark Ingram, Baltimore

 

CENTERS (2)

Rodney Hudson, Oakland

FULLBACK (1)

 

Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh

*

Patrick Ricard, Baltimore

 


DEFENSE (18)

 

DEFENSIVE ENDS (3)

 

INSIDE/MIDDLE LINEBACKERS (2)

Joey Bosa, Los Angeles Chargers

Dont’a Hightower, New England

Calais Campbell, Jacksonville

*

Darius Leonard, Indianapolis

*

Frank Clark, Kansas City

CORNERBACKS (4)

INTERIOR LINEMEN (3)

Stephon Gilmore, New England

Geno Atkins, Cincinnati

*

Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore

Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh

Marcus Peters, Baltimore

*

Chris Jones, Kansas City

*

Tre’Davious White, Buffalo

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (3)

FREE SAFETIES (2)

*

Matthew Judon, Baltimore

*

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh

Von Miller, Denver

Earl Thomas, Baltimore

T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh

 

 

STRONG SAFETY (1)

 

Jamal Adams, New York Jets


SPECIALISTS (5)

 

PUNTER (1)

 

RETURN SPECIALIST (1)

 

Brett Kern, Tennessee

*

Mecole Hardman, Kansas City

 

 

 

PLACEKICKER (1)

 

SPECIAL TEAMER (1)

Justin Tucker, Baltimore

Matthew Slater, New England

 

LONG SNAPPER (1)

Morgan Cox, Baltimore


NFC

OFFENSE (21)

 

QUARTERBACKS (3)

 

TIGHT ENDS (2)

Drew Brees, New Orleans

 

Zach Ertz, Philadelphia

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay

George Kittle, San Francisco

Russell Wilson, Seattle

 

 

TACKLES (3)

WIDE RECEIVERS (4)

Terron Armstead, New Orleans

Mike Evans, Tampa Bay

 

David Bakhtiari, Green Bay

*

Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay

 

Tyron Smith, Dallas

Julio Jones, Atlanta

 

Michael Thomas, New Orleans

 

GUARDS (3)

 

Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia

RUNNING BACKS (3)

 

Zack Martin, Dallas

*

Dalvin Cook, Minnesota

 

Brandon Scherff, Washington

Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas

 

*

Christian McCaffrey, Carolina

 

CENTERS (2)

 

Travis Frederick, Dallas

 

FULLBACK (1)

 

Jason Kelce, Philadelphia

 

Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco

 


DEFENSE (18)

 

DEFENSIVE ENDS (3)

 

INSIDE/MIDDLE LINEBACKERS (2)

*

Nick Bosa, San Francisco

Luke Kuechly, Carolina

Danielle Hunter, Minnesota

Bobby Wagner, Seattle

Cameron Jordan, New Orleans

 

 

CORNERBACKS (4)

INTERIOR LINEMEN (3)

Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans

Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia

Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams

Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams

Richard Sherman, San Francisco

*

Grady Jarrett, Atlanta

Darius Slay, Detroit

 

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS (3)

 

FREE SAFETIES (2)

*

Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay

Budda Baker, Arizona

Chandler Jones, Arizona

Eddie Jackson, Chicago

Khalil Mack, Chicago

 

 

 

STRONG SAFETY (1)

Harrison Smith, Minnesota


SPECIALISTS (5)

 

PUNTER (1)

 

RETURN SPECIALIST (1)

*

Tress Way, Washington

*

Deonte Harris, New Orleans

 

PLACEKICKER (1)

 

SPECIAL TEAMER (1)

*

Wil Lutz, New Orleans

Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago

LONG SNAPPER (1)

*

Rick Lovato, Philadelphia

 

2020 PRO BOWL PLAYERS BY CLUB

PLAYER

POSITION

PRO BOWLS

ARIZONA (2)

Budda Baker

Free Safety

2

Chandler Jones

Outside Linebacker

3

ATLANTA (2)

Grady Jarrett

Interior Lineman

1

Julio Jones

Wide Receiver

7

BALTIMORE (12)

Mark Andrews

Tight End

1

Morgan Cox

Long Snapper

3

Marlon Humphrey

Cornerback

1

Mark Ingram

Running Back

3

Lamar Jackson

Quarterback

1

Matthew Judon

Outside Linebacker

1

Marcus Peters

Cornerback

3

Patrick Ricard

Fullback

1

Ronnie Stanley

Tackle

1

Earl Thomas

Free Safety

7

Justin Tucker

Placekicker

3

Marshal Yanda

Guard

8

BUFFALO (1)

Tre’Davious White

Cornerback

1

CAROLINA (2)

Luke Kuechly

Inside/Middle Linebacker

7

Christian McCaffrey

Running Back

1

CHICAGO (3)

Eddie Jackson

Free Safety

2

Khalil Mack

Outside Linebacker

5

Cordarrelle Patterson

Special Teamer

3

CINCINNATI (1)

Geno Atkins

Interior Lineman

8

CLEVELAND (2)

Nick Chubb

Running Back

1

Jarvis Landry

Wide Receiver

5

DALLAS (4)

Ezekiel Elliott

Running Back

3

Travis Frederick

Center

5

Zack Martin

Guard

6

Tyron Smith

Tackle

7

DENVER (1)

Von Miller

Outside Linebacker

8

DETROIT (1)

Darius Slay

Cornerback

3

GREEN BAY (2)

David Bakhtiari

Tackle

2

Aaron Rodgers

Quarterback

8

HOUSTON (3)

DeAndre Hopkins

Wide Receiver

4

Laremy Tunsil

Tackle

1

Deshaun Watson

Quarterback

2

INDIANAPOLIS (2)

Darius Leonard

Inside/Middle Linebacker

1

Quenton Nelson

Guard

2

JACKSONVILLE (1)

Calais Campbell

Defensive End

5

KANSAS CITY (6)

Frank Clark

Defensive End

1

Mecole Hardman

Return Specialist

1

Tyreek Hill

Wide Receiver

4

Chris Jones

Interior Lineman

1

Travis Kelce

Tight End

5

Patrick Mahomes

Quarterback

2

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (2)

Keenan Allen

Wide Receiver

3

Joey Bosa

Defensive End

2

LOS ANGELES RAMS (2)

Aaron Donald

Interior Lineman

6

Jalen Ramsey

Cornerback

3

MINNESOTA (3)

Dalvin Cook

Running Back

1

Danielle Hunter

Defensive End

2

Harrison Smith

Strong Safety

5

NEW ENGLAND (3)

Stephon Gilmore

Cornerback

3

Dont’a Hightower

Inside/Middle Linebacker

2

Matthew Slater

Special Teamer

8

NEW ORLEANS (7)

Terron Armstead

Tackle

2

Drew Brees

Quarterback

13

Deonte Harris

Return Specialist

1

Cameron Jordan

Defensive End

5

Marshon Lattimore

Cornerback

2

Wil Lutz

Placekicker

1

Michael Thomas

Wide Receiver

3

NEW YORK JETS (1)

Jamal Adams

Strong Safety

2

OAKLAND (2)

Trent Brown

Tackle

1

Rodney Hudson

Center

3

PHILADELPHIA (5)

Brandon Brooks

Guard

3

Fletcher Cox

Interior Lineman

5

Zach Ertz

Tight End

3

Jason Kelce

Center

3

Rick Lovato

Long Snapper

1

PITTSBURGH (5)

David DeCastro

Guard

5

Minkah Fitzpatrick

Free Safety

1

Cameron Heyward

Interior Lineman

3

Maurkice Pouncey

Center

8

T.J. Watt

Outside Linebacker

2

SAN FRANCISCO (4)

Nick Bosa

Defensive End

1

Kyle Juszczyk

Fullback

4

George Kittle

Tight End

2

Richard Sherman

Cornerback

5

SEATTLE (2)

Bobby Wagner

Inside/Middle Linebacker

7

Russell Wilson

Quarterback

7

TAMPA BAY (3)

Shaquil Barrett

Outside Linebacker

1

Mike Evans

Wide Receiver

3

Chris Godwin

Wide Receiver

1

TENNESSEE (2)

Derrick Henry

Running Back

1

Brett Kern

Punter

3

WASHINGTON (2)

Brandon Scherff

Guard

3

Tress Way

Punter

1

Lamar Jackson tops Pro Bowl voting by fans

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON received 704,699 total fan votes to lead all NFL players in balloting for the 2020 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon. Fan voting ended on Thursday, December 12.

Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON (539,768 votes) ranked second overall, while Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES (468,838 votes), Minnesota running back DALVIN COOK (431,748 votes) and Carolina running back CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY (406,477 votes) rounded out the top five.

Four of the top five vote-getters – Jackson, Mahomes, Cook and McCaffrey – are under the age of 25. Additionally, nine first or second-year players led their conference in votes received at their respective positions.

The BALTIMORE RAVENS led all clubs in total votes received. The SAN FRANCISCO 49ERSNEW ORLEANS SAINTSGREEN BAY PACKERS and SEATTLE SEAHAWKS rounded out the top-five teams to receive the most fan votes.

Pro Bowl rosters will be announced on Tuesday, December 17 live on NFL Network’s Pro Bowl special “NFL Total Access: Pro Bowl Players Revealed” at 8:00 PM ET.

Players for the game are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players who will be selected to the Pro Bowl. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its All-Star teams. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting in 1995.

The 2020 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon, which kicks off at 3:00 PM ET, will be televised live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC and Disney XD – the third time the game will be available on both broadcast and cable networks.

NFL PRO BOWL TOP-FIVE VOTE-GETTERS

POS.

NAME

TEAM

VOTES

QB

Lamar Jackson

Baltimore Ravens

704,699

QB

Russell Wilson

Seattle Seahawks

539,768

QB

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City Chiefs

468,838

RB

Dalvin Cook

Minnesota Vikings

431,748

RB

Christian McCaffrey

Carolina Panthers

406,477


NFL PRO BOWL TOP VOTE-GETTERS BY TEAM

TEAM

Baltimore Ravens

San Francisco 49ers

Green Bay Packers

New Orleans Saints

Seattle Seahawks

AFC & NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION

POS.

CONF.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

POS.

CONF.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

QB

AFC

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore

704,699

DE

AFC

Joey Bosa, L.A. Chargers

252,555

QB

NFC

Russell Wilson, Seattle

539,768

DE

NFC

Nick Bosa, San Francisco

358,911

RB

AFC

Nick Chubb, Cleveland

316,008

DT

AFC

Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh

221,693

RB

NFC

Dalvin Cook, Minnesota

431,748

DT

NFC

Arik Armstead, San Francisco

273,403

FB

AFC

Patrick Ricard, Baltimore

152,877

OLB

AFC

T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh

251,248

FB

NFC

Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco

384,200

OLB

NFC

Preston Smith, Green Bay

166,347

WR

AFC

DeAndre Hopkins, Houston

275,684

ILB

AFC

Devin Bush, Pittsburgh

150,548

WR

NFC

Michael Thomas, New Orleans

371,365

ILB

NFC

Bobby Wagner, Seattle

207,026

TE

AFC

Mark Andrews, Baltimore

331,796

CB

AFC

Marcus Peters, Baltimore

231,601

TE

NFC

George Kittle, San Francisco

340,624

CB

NFC

Richard Sherman, San Francisco

259,476

T

AFC

Orlando Brown, Baltimore

188,787

SS

AFC

Jamal Adams, N.Y. Jets

186,068

T

NFC

David Bakhtiari, Green Bay

194,207

SS

NFC

Vonn Bell, New Orleans

98,449

G

AFC

Marshal Yanda, Baltimore

192,580

FS

AFC

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh

209,245

G

NFC

Zack Martin, Dallas

121,529

FS

NFC

Marcus Williams, New Orleans

93,593

C

AFC

Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh

152,128

P

AFC

Brett Kern, Tennessee

93,586

C

NFC

Travis Frederick, Dallas

140,449

P

NFC

Michael Dickson, Seattle

101,965

K

AFC

Justin Tucker, Baltimore

187,814

ST

AFC

Tyler Matakevich, Pittsburgh

87,863

K

NFC

Wil Lutz, New Orleans

106,747

ST

NFC

Raheem Mostert, San Francisco

113,638

RS

AFC

Mecole Hardman, Kansas City

91,358

RS

NFC

Deonte Harris, New Orleans

84,085

Ravens’ Jackson leading Pro Bowl voting by fans

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON, with 146,171 votes, leads all players in balloting for the 2020 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon.

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES (116,325 votes) ranks second overall, while Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON (115,370 votes), Minnesota running back DALVIN COOK (106,167 votes) and Carolina running back CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY (100,218 votes) round out the top five.

Four of the top five vote-getters – Jackson, Mahomes, Cook and McCaffrey – are under the age of 25. Additionally, seven first or second-year players currently lead their conference in votes received at their respective positions.

The BALTIMORE RAVENS lead all clubs in total votes received. The SAN FRANCISCO 49ERSGREEN BAY PACKERSDALLAS COWBOYS and MINNESOTA VIKINGS round out the current top-five vote-getters among teams.

Fan voting for the 2020 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will continue online and on web-enabled mobile phones at NFL.com/ProBowlVote until Thursday, December 12.

Pro Bowl rosters will be announced on Tuesday, December 17 live on NFL Network’s Pro Bowl special “NFL Total Access: Pro Bowl Players Revealed” at 8:00 PM ET. The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its All-Star teams. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting in 1995.

NFL PRO BOWL TOP-FIVE VOTE-GETTERS

​POS.

NAME

TEAM

VOTES

QB

Lamar Jackson

Baltimore Ravens

146,171

QB

Patrick Mahomes

Kansas City Chiefs

116,325

QB

Russell Wilson

Seattle Seahawks

115,370

RB

Dalvin Cook

Minnesota Vikings

106,167

RB​

Christian McCaffrey

Carolina Panthers

100,218


NFL PRO BOWL TOP VOTE-GETTERS BY

TEAM

TEAM

Baltimore Ravens

San Francisco 49ers

Green Bay Packers

Dallas Cowboys

Minnesota Vikings


AFC & NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION

POS.

CONF.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

POS.

CONF.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

QB

AFC

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore

146,171

DE

AFC

Joey Bosa, L.A. Chargers

62,029

QB

NFC

Russell Wilson, Seattle

115,370

DE

NFC

Nick Bosa, San Francisco

72,506

RB

AFC

Nick Chubb, Cleveland

75,922

DT

AFC

Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh

36,126

RB

NFC

Dalvin Cook, Minnesota

106,167

DT

NFC

Aaron Donald, L.A. Rams

53,657

FB

AFC

Patrick Ricard, Baltimore

22,833

OLB

AFC

T.J. Watt, Pittsbugh

46,686

FB

NFC

Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco

87,534

OLB

NFC

Preston Smith, Green Bay

33,583

WR

AFC

DeAndre Hopkins, Houston

59,866

ILB

AFC

Devin Bush, Pittsburgh

28,619

WR

NFC

Amari Cooper, Dallas

78,027

ILB

NFC

Bobby Wagner, Seattle

33,059

TE

AFC

Travis Kelce, Kansas City

77,148

CB

AFC

Marcus Peters, Baltimore

44,338

TE

NFC

George Kittle, San Francisco

59,958

CB

NFC

Richard Sherman, San Francisco

42,889

T

AFC

Orlando Brown, Baltimore

30,793

SS

AFC

Jamal Adams, N.Y. Jets

48,956

T

NFC

David Bakhtiari, Green Bay

43,362

SS

NFC

Adrian Amos, Green Bay

14,366

G

AFC

Marshal Yanda, Baltimore

34,974

FS

AFC

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh

44,340

G

NFC

Zack Martin, Dallas

34,221

FS

NFC

Budda Baker, Arizona

12,950

C

AFC

Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh

31,209

P

AFC

Jake Bailey, New England

15,895

C

NFC

Travis Frederick, Dallas

39,675

P

NFC

JK Scott, Green Bay

12,110

K

AFC

Justin Tucker, Baltimore

30,619

ST

AFC

Matthew Slater, New England

16,226

K

NFC

Mason Crosby, Green Bay

13,713

ST

NFC

Ameer Abdullah, Minnesota

15,875

RS

AFC

Mecole Hardman, Kansas City

18,606

RS

NFC

Tyler Lockett, Seattle

14,273