Three Former Cal Players Start in 2010 Pro Bowl

Feb. 1, 2010

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - Former Cal football players DeSean Jackson (Philadelphia), Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) and Nnamadi Asomougha (Oakland) were in the starting lineups for the 2010 Pro Bowl at Sun Life Stadium on Sunday won 41-34 by the AFC. Jackson and Rodgers both contributed a pair of touchdowns for the losing NFC squad, including a seven-yard scoring strike between the former Golden Bears in the third quarter. Asomougha recorded three tackles for the winners.

Rodgers finished the contest 15-of-19 and also had a 48-yard TD pass to Steve Smith (New York Giants) in the first quarter.

Jackson caught six passes for a NFC-high 101 yards, including a 58-yard TD reception in the third quarter from Donovan McNabb (Philadelphia) that was the longest play from scrimmage of the game by either team. Jackson also had one punt return for eight yards.

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