The Washington Redskins' season has been one to forget, so it's not much of a surprise that only one member of the team was elected to the NFC's Pro Bowl team.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall will represent the Redskins at the Pro Bowl January 30 in Hawaii.
Hall had a good season for Washington, despite the team's last-ranked defense. Hall intercepted six passes, including four in a Week 7 victory over the Chicago Bears. Hall also made 89 tackles and forced two fumbles in 15 games so far this season.
Hall will be the substitute at cornerback behind starters Asante Samuel of the Philadelphia Eagles and Charles Woodson of the Green Bay Packers.
Other Redskins hopefuls who had their bubbles burst were London Fletcher, who is among the league leaders in tackles, and Brian Orakpo, who made the Pro Bowl last season. Orakpo has eight-and-a-half sacks this season.