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Pro Bowl Draft: McCoy Goes Fourth


Running back LeSean McCoy didn't have to wait long in the green room at the Pro Bowl Draft.

McCoy was selected fourth overall on day two by Jerry Rice's team and will join Eagles teammate guard Evan Mathis. The All-Pro, who is making his second appearance in the Pro Bowl, was the first running back selected.

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson will go against his Eagles teammates after being selected by Deion Sanders' team and he'll catch passes from the same man who delivered them to him in the regular season - Nick Foles. The Eagles' quarterback was also selected by Sanders' team.

Day one of the first-ever unconferenced Pro Bowl Draft was to select interior linemen on offense and defense as well as specialists. The skill position players, tackles, edge rushers and kickers were picked on day two.

Click here for a complete look at the 2014 Pro Bowl rosters.

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