Luck becomes top pick on second day of Pro Bowl draft

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Andrew Luck became a top pick, again.

The NFL Pro Bowl took on a different format for this year’s game, allowing NFL legends Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice to pick their own squads instead of selecting players by conference. Sanders made Luck his number one pick on the second day of the draft.

Chuck Pagano and the Indianapolis Colts staff will coach Sanders’ team…and now they’ll have a familiar quarterback under center.

Luck went to the Pro Bowl as an alternate for Seattle’s Russell Wilson, who will be playing in the Super Bowl. It’s Luck’s second Pro Bowl appearance.

Robert Mathis may get the chance to hit his own quarterback. Mathis was originally selected for Team Sanders, but he was traded late to Rice’s team, meaning the two Colts teammates will play against one another.

Colts long snapper Matt Overton also made it to the Pro Bowl. He’s on Rice’s team with Mathis.

The Pro Bowl is Sunday in Honolulu.