During the regular season, Ravens outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil relentlessly harassed quarterbacks and finished the year with 17 sacks.
Dumervil maintained his pass-rushing form in Sunday night's Pro Bowl. He had the only two sacks of the game as his Team Irvin defeated Team Carter, 32-28, at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Dumervil finished with six tackles, including five solos, as he and offensive guard Marshal Yanda's Pro Bowl squad beat a team coached by John Harbaugh that included Ravens running back Justin Forsett and rookie inside linebacker C.J. Mosley.
Players from the winning team receive $55,000, with the losing players getting $28,000 apiece.
Yanda started at right guard for Team Irvin, which was chosen by former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin.
Team Carter, which included former Ravens quarterbacks coach Rick Dennison, now the Denver Broncos offensive coordinator, calling the plays, got three carries for 31 yards from Forsett. Forsett caught all five passes thrown to him for 53 yards.
A candidate for Defensive Rookie of the Year, Mosley had six tackles.
Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham caught two touchdowns apiece for Team Irvin.
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt intercepted a Matthew Stafford pass for Team Carter. Watt also recovered a fumble and was named the game's Defensive Most Valuable Player.
Stafford was named the Offensive Most Valuable Player with 316 passing yards and two touchdowns.