Found December 26, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
The Ravens have a lot of Pro Bowlers again. The team announced that six players have been selected to the Pro Bowl. Those players are as follows: S Ed Reed (ninth Pro Bowl – selected as a starter) DT Haloti Ngata (fourth Pro Bowl) FB Vonta Leach (third Pro Bowl – selected as a starter) RB Ray Rice (third Pro Bowl) G Marshal Yanda (second Pro Bowl – selected as a starter) WR/RS Jacoby Jones (first selection – selected as a starter) S Bernard Pollard has been selected as a first alternate. There you have it. Newsworthy day in the NFL.
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