Brief History of Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl Selections: WR

Miles Austin made this year’s Pro Bowl team as a replacement for DeSean Jackson. Whether Austin deserved it is a matter of debate, given that Austin started off as an All-World candidate but then all but disappeared later in the season. Nevertheless, this year represents the 18th time that a Dallas receiver has made the Pro Bowl.

The list:

Games Receiving
Rk Player Year
Age Tm G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Y/G
1 Bob Hayes* 1965 23 DAL 13 0 46 1003 21.80 12 77.2
2 Bob Hayes* 1966 24 DAL 14 0 64 1232 19.25 13 88.0
3 Bob Hayes* 1967 25 DAL 13 0 49 998 20.37 10 76.8
4 Drew Pearson 1974 23 DAL 14 0 62 1087 17.53 2 77.6
5 Drew Pearson 1976 25 DAL 14 0 58 806 13.90 6 57.6
6 Drew Pearson 1977 26 DAL 14 0 48 870 18.13 2 62.1
7 Tony Hill 1978 22 DAL 16 0 46 823 17.89 6 51.4
8 Tony Hill 1979 23 DAL 16 0 60 1062 17.70 10 66.4
9 Tony Hill 1985 29 DAL 15 14 74 1113 15.04 7 74.2
10 Michael Irvin* 1991 25 DAL 16 16 93 1523 16.38 8 95.2
11 Michael Irvin* 1992 26 DAL 16 14 78 1396 17.90 7 87.3
12 Michael Irvin* 1993 27 DAL 16 16 88 1330 15.11 7 83.1
13 Michael Irvin* 1994 28 DAL 16 16 79 1241 15.71 6 77.6
14 Michael Irvin* 1995 29 DAL 16 16 111 1603 14.44 10 100.2
16 Terrell Owens 2007 34 DAL 15 15 81 1355 16.73 15 90.3
17 Miles Austin 2009 25 DAL 16 9 81 1320 16.30 11 82.5
18 Miles Austin 2010 26 DAL 16 16 69 1041 15.09 7 65.1
Provided by Pro-Football-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 1/30/2011.
  • Popi

    Bob Hayes changed the game of football forever, amazing gutsy move on Cowboys part.