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Four Washington players will be a part of this year's Pro Bowl, and they'll be trying to help the NFC bounce back from its loss to the AFC last year.
The 2013 NFL Pro Bowl is set for Sunday night, and several Washington Redskins players will be participating in the contest. Quarterback Robert Griffin III unfortunately is not among them, as he is sitting this one out because of injury.
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Washington has four representatives in the game - London Fletcher, Ryan Kerrigan, Lorenzo Alexander and Trent Williams. Fletcher started every game in the regular season for Washington and finished with 139 tackles. Kerrigan and Williams were also mainstays in the starting lineup.
Three rookie quarterbacks, including RG3, were selected for the game, which is a league record. Griffin III is coming off a season in which he threw for 3,200 yards and ran for 815 more. He connected on 20 touchdown passes while throwing just five interceptions.
The NFC will be coached by Mike McCarthy in this game, while John Fox will lead the AFC. The NFC will be trying to avenge a 59-41 loss to the AFC last year. The 59 points scored by the AFC stands as a Pro Bowl record.
Game Time: 7 p.m. ET
Location: Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI