Eagles quarterback Nick Foles and wide receiver DeSean Jackson will be playing against guard Evan Mathis and running back LeSean McCoy Sunday's Pro Bowl.

Foles and Jackson were both drafted by Deion Sanders this week while Mathis and McCoy were picked by Jerry Rice.

Foles, who led the NFL in passer rating, was the fourth quarterback drafted on Wednesday night. Indianapolis' Andrew Luck and Carolina's Cam Newton will be his teammates on Team Sanders. San Diego's Phillip Rivers and Kansas City's Alex Smith are on Team Rice.

Foles will be throwing passes again to Jackson, who was the seventh wide receiver taken. Dallas' Dez Bryant, Cincinnati's A.J. Green and Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown are also on Team Sanders.

McCoy, the league's leading rusher, was the first running back taken. He will be teammates with Dallas' DeMarco Murray and Chicago's Matt Forte on Team Rice. Mathis was drafted onto Team Rice on Tuesday night.

Eagles tackle Jason Peters also made the Pro Bowl, but opted not to make the trip to Hawaii for the game.

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