Gerald McCoy will represent the Bucs in the Pro Bowl.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy will complete his first full season in the NFL after the Bucs' game against the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday and after two seasons cut short by injury McCoy has made his way onto the NFC's Pro Bowl roster, being named a starter at defensive tackle.
The former third overall draft pick out of Oklahoma has recorded 30 tackles and five sacks on the season. He's the only starter for the NFC to come from the Bucs roster but a few of his teammates will be alternates.
Running back Doug Martin and wide receiver Vincent Jackson were named first alternates while safety Ronde Barber was named an alternate. Martin has rushed for 1,312 yards and 10 touchdowns this season and 454 yards of receiving. Jackson has racked up 1,334 yards of receiving while averaging 19.3 yards per catch with eight touchdowns. Barber has recorded 87 tackles and a team high four interceptions on the year.