Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
The Bears will have four players starting Sunday.
The 63rd NFL Pro Bowl will be held Sunday at 7 p.m. ET in Hawaii.
In what could be the last year of the annual game that pits the best-of-the-best from each conference against each other, veteran quarterback Peyton Manning is rallying his teammates to try harder this year. If they don't -- and the ratings and excitement suffer -- the NFL could ditch the game.
The Chicago Bears will have four representatives playing for the NFC and all four will be starters. Defensive end Julius Peppers, defensive tackle Henry Melton and cornerbacks Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings will be playing in the game Sunday.
Wide receiver Brandon Marshall was also named to the team, but he will not participate due to injury. Marshall was last year's Pro Bowl MVP -- for the AFC, representing the Miami Dolphins. Marshall and Team AFC cruised past the NFC, 59-41.
The game will air on CBS.