Ravens will go head-to-head against each other in Pro Bowl

The Baltimore Ravens sent four players to the Pro Bowl, except they won't all be teammates when they kick off this Sunday in Glendale, Arizona.

Inside linebacker C.J. Mosley and running back Justin Forsett were drafted by Cris Carter's team, and guard Marshal Yanda and outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil were taken by Michael Irvin's team.

This is the second year that the NFL's all-star event held a draft instead of going with the traditional AFC-NFC format. As a result, when the starters take the field, Yanda and Mosley could collide at University of Phoenix Stadium. When the second teams play, Dumervil may tackle Forsett to the ground.

John Harbaugh and the Ravens' staff will coach Team Carter, so he'll have familiar faces with Mosley and Forsett.

Mosley, the first Ravens rookie to ever reach the Pro Bowl, was the first Raven selected in Wednesday night's televised draft. He was taken in the 10th round (19th overall) by Team Carter.

Dumervil, who set the Ravens' single-season record with 17 sacks, was chosen in the 17th round (34th overall) by Team Irvin. Forsett, the NFL's fifth-leading rusher, was drafted in the 19th round (37th overall) by Team Carter.

Yanda, who was voted to his fourth straight Pro Bowl, went to Team Irvin on the first day of the draft, which was devoted to interior offensive and defensive linemen as well as special-teams players.