2024 NFL Pro Bowl snubs: Josh Allen, Amon-Ra St. Brown among players who miss cut

The 2024 NFL Pro Bowl rosters has been revealed, which means there are some eye-opening snubs to go along with the results.

The fan-voted NFL all-star teams often miss out on some of the league’s better players, and this year was no exception.

Some of the most shocking omissions include Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen, Detroit Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown, Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons and Indianapolis Colts linebacker Zaire Franklin.

We’ve assembled a list of some of the players we felt should’ve gotten a nod and might rightfully fill in as Pro Bowl alternates when the actual Pro Bowl Games take place next month.


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