Detroit cornerback Darius Slay only Lion or Packer picked for Pro Bowl

Lions cornerback Darius Slay, center, is greeted by Chicago Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller, right, after their game played Saturday in Detroit. (AP photo)

NEW YORK (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers lead the NFL in one category this season: most Pro Bowl players.
Antonio Brown, Le’Veon Bell and Ben Roethlisberger are among eight Steelers selected for the all-star game. They will be joined on Jan. 28 in Orlando, Florida, by tackle Alejandro Villanueva, guard David DeCastro, center Maurkice Pouncey, kicker Chris Boswell, and linebacker Ryan Shazier, who is injured. Brown, also injured, was voted a starter, as were Bell and the three offensive linemen.
Philadelphia and New Orleans each placed six players in the game in balloting announced Tuesday.
Just one player was mentioned between Green Bay and Detroit — Lions cornerback Darius Slay, though not as a starter. More could be added as players have to be replaced, though.
Four rookies were chosen in voting by NFL players, coaches and fans: running backs Alvin Kamara of the Saints and Kareem Hunt of the Chiefs, cornerback Marshon Lattimore of the Saints, and safety Budda Baker of the Cardinals as a special teamer.
Two long snappers will be selected by each coach; the losing AFC and NFC team with the best record will have its coaching staff work the Pro Bowl.
Twenty-four of the 86 Pro Bowl selections are newcomers. That includes two of the three Rams specialists chosen: kicker Greg Zuerlein and return specialist Pharoh Cooper.