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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles (9) of Team Sanders addresses and thanks the fans after being named offensive most valuable player after the NFL Pro Bowl football game Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, in Honolulu. Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson, left, of Team Rice, the defensive most valuable player looks on. Team Rice beat Team Sanders 22-21. (AP Photo/Eugene Tanner)
While four Arizona Cardinals players -- John Abraham, Justin Bethel, Larry Fitzgerald and Patrick Peterson -- suited up in Sunday's hotly-contested 2014 Pro Bowl, it was another Arizona product who stole the show.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles completed 7-of-10 passes for 89 yards and threw for a touchdown in his first appearance in Honolulu, and while he and Team Sanders fell in a 22-21 heartbreaker against Team Rice, the former University of Arizona standout was named the game's Offensive MVP.

Former Arizona State linebacker Vontaze Burfict also had himself quite a day, picking off one pass and recording five tackles.

As for the four representatives of the pro team in town, Peterson celebrated his third appearance in the NFL's annual All-Star Game with two pass deflections and an interception on a Phillip Rivers' pass in the second quarter of the back-and-forth affair.

Special teams standout Justin Bethel was up to his usual tricks, recording two total tackles, including a nifty one on Cordarrelle Patterson inside his own 11-yard line.

As for Abraham and Fitzgerald, who made their 13th collective appearance in the Pro Bowl Sunday, the veterans had quiet afternoons. Abraham had one tackle, while Fitzgerald was held without a catch.

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