Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and cornerback Jalen Ramsey have been selected to the 2020 Pro Bowl, the league announced Tuesday. The game is set for Jan. 26, 2020, with kickoff scheduled for 12 p.m. PST on ESPN.
For Donald, who has been selected as a starter, it is his sixth consecutive nod to the annual all-Star game. He has been a Pro Bowler in every season since being drafted No. 13 overall by Los Angeles in 2014.
For Ramsey, it is his third straight season earning Pro Bowl honors, but it will be his first as a member of the NFC.
Here's a closer look at how each of their seasons have gone through Week 15:
DT AARON DONALD
Donald helped his case by earning NFC Player of the Week honors for the sixth time in his career, receiving it after tallying four total tackles, including two for loss, plus two sacks, four QB hits and one pass breakup in L.A.'s 17-7 win over Chicago in Week 11.
The former Pitt standout has 27 total tackles, 11 sacks, two forced fumbles and two pass breakups on the season. His 11 sacks guarantee a double-figure finish in that category for the third consecutive year and fourth time in the last five years.
CB JALEN RAMSEY
Acquired in a trade with the Jaguars on Oct. 15, Ramsey has 29 total tackles, two pass breakups and one forced fumble across eight games with the Rams. During that same stretch, his presence in the secondary has coincided with L.A.'s pass rush collecting 30 of its 43 sacks on the season.
The 2020 Pro Bowl presented by Verizon will follow the traditional AFC versus NFC format and feature 88 of the best NFL players – 44 from each conference as determined by a consensus of votes by fans, players, and coaches. Both teams will be led by offensive and defensive NFL legends, who will serve as captains representing each conference.