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66. DeAndre Levy

Last year: 59

Somehow, Detroit Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy has yet to be selected for a Pro Bowl despite being highly regarded by his peers.

The former Wisconsin Badger turned in a huge campaign for the Lions in 2014, notching 155 tackles, 2 ½ sacks, five passes defensed and an interception while helping Detroit back to the playoffs for just the second time this century.

That came a season after he was second in the NFL with six interceptions—a big number for a linebacker.

Levy also registered a safety last season and has been a full-time starter since early in his rookie season in Motown.

Levy, who played at Wisconsin after starring at Milwaukee’s Vincent High School, was a three-year starter at Wisconsin and finished his career with 211 tackles, 28 for loss, to go with 15 sacks, six forced fumbles and two interceptions.

The Lions took Levy in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft.

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