Found December 27, 2012 on Players View:

Each year there are going to be worthy players that don’t get there due appreciation during the voting process for the NFL’s Pro Bowl.

Hype, reputation, respect and veteran status are key ingredients that peel names off the ballot and onto the roster.

But as stated, some guys are criminally disrespected.   

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