The Dallas Cowboys will have an NFL-high nine players at NFL Pro Bowl games, but quarterback Dak Prescott will not be among them.
Prescott, who led the NFL with 36 touchdown passes, has opted out for personal reasons.
The same is true for right guard Zack Martin.
But defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence, tight end Jake Ferguson and left guard Tyler Smith were added to roster.
Smith replaced Martin and is making his first appearance. It’s also the first Pro Bowl for Ferguson.
They will join wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, edge rusher Micah Parsons, cornerback DaRon Bland, kicker Brandon Aubrey and punter Bryan Anger on the NFC roster for the Pro Bowl games.