Which NFL players will be the biggest stars at next year’s All-Star game?

The All-Stars are getting ready to head to the National Football League’s Super Bowl for the fifth consecutive year.

Here are the players who have been named to the game’s 50-man roster.1.

Joe Flacco, QB Baltimore Ravens.

The Ravens have won two straight Super Bowls and have an unprecedented chance to win their third title.

Flacco threw for 2,073 yards and seven touchdowns in 2014, but he is coming off a torn ACL and will miss all of the 2014 season.2.

Aaron Rodgers, QB Green Bay Packers.

The Green Bay QB has been a force of nature since he arrived in Green Bay in 2006.

He led the Packers to four consecutive division titles from 2006 to 2009 and helped them win the NFC Championship in 2012.3.

Tom Brady, QB New England Patriots.

Brady will be back as the quarterback of the New England squad.

Brady won the Super Bowl in 2012 with the Patriots and is one of the most recognizable athletes in sports.

He is the NFL’s all-time leading passer with 1,838 career touchdown passes.4.

Peyton Manning, QB Denver Broncos.

Manning has been one of NFL’s most productive quarterbacks in his first two years as the league’s No. 1 starter.

The Broncos have made the playoffs five of the last six years, including last year.5.

Russell Wilson, QB Seattle Seahawks.

Wilson will return to Seattle after missing the entire 2014 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.

He will join Russell Wilson as the only quarterbacks in NFL history to win the Super Bookmark Award in each of his first four seasons.6.

Cam Newton, QB Carolina Panthers.

Newton will be reunited with quarterback Cam Newton in Charlotte.

Newton is coming out of a career year in 2014 with the Panthers, throwing for 2-1 touchdowns in the regular season and winning MVP honors.7.

Brandon Marshall, CB New York Giants.

Marshall led the NFL with six interceptions in 2014 and has been considered a future star for the Bears.

He was the No. 3 cornerback in the NFL last season.8.

Aaron Curry, LB Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos, Jr. Curry is coming back after missing a large chunk of last season with injuries.

Curry missed five games with a groin injury and was suspended for the first three games of the season.9.

DeMarco Murray, RB Dallas Cowboys.

Murray led the league with 1.9 yards per carry in 2014.

The Cowboys won the NFC West, a division they did not make a postseason appearance in last season and had a bye in Week 1.10.

Brandon LaFell, WR Atlanta Falcons.

The former No. 2 pick of the Indianapolis Colts and rookie out of LSU is coming in for the second time as the Falcons’ leading receiver after he was selected with the No!

1 overall pick in the 2014 draft.11.

Marshawn Lynch, RB Seattle Seahawks, and Buffalo Bills, Sr. Lynch is coming into the season as one of two returning running backs with two consecutive 1,000-yard seasons.

Lynch rushed for 1,092 yards in 2014 for a career-high 1,732 yards, but his 5-foot-11, 175-pound frame and 6-foot, 228-pound arm limits his production.12.

DeSean Jackson, WR Philadelphia Eagles.

The Eagles have lost the first five games of their season, but Jackson’s emergence as a star tight end is one reason why they will make the playoffs for the sixth straight year.13.

Russell Okung, TE Minnesota Vikings.

The reigning Offensive Player of the Year has taken over as the starting tight end for the Vikings after the departure of Lance Kendricks and the acquisition of Cordarrelle Patterson.

Okung has a chance to make his sixth straight Pro Bowl.14.

Andre Johnson, RB Indianapolis Colts.

Johnson is entering his prime as a running back, and his potential to lead the Colts back to the playoffs is a big reason why the team is expected to be in the playoffs this season.15.

Antonio Brown, WR Pittsburgh Steelers.

The No. 4 overall pick of this year’s draft has led the Steelers to three straight AFC North title games.

He has one of his best seasons in 2015 with 1 and 0 touchdowns in each game.16.

Julio Jones, WR Dallas Cowboys, and New York Jets, Sr., Jones will be joining the New York team for the third time.

The two-time Super Bowl champion will have to overcome injuries that have forced him to miss most of the past two seasons and will have a tough time being a factor.17.

Mars Johnson, LB Washington Redskins.

The 6-3, 251-pound Johnson had a breakout season in 2014 in which he led the team in tackles, tackles for loss, sacks and quarterback hits.18.

Ryan Tannehill, QB Miami Dolphins