Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin won the Pro Bowl Sunday night for his performances in the Super Bowl.
Baldwin scored a game-high 17 points on five receptions and three touchdown passes in a win over the Dallas Cowboys.
He also had a pair of scores on special teams.
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson also finished with 11 touchdown passes and no interceptions in a victory over the New York Giants.
Baldwin was named the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017.
“I want to thank all of the fans, my teammates, coaches, my coaches, teammates and the staff who put on such a great performance in this game,” Baldwin said in a statement.
“As a result, I am proud to be recognized by the Pro Sports Hall of Famer.
I want to share my thanks with my teammates as well as the city of Seattle.
I look forward to competing with them for many years to come.”
The Hall of Famers have made a point of welcoming their fans.
Baldwin’s teammates, teammates, staff and friends also received a warm welcome during the game.
They were greeted with a banner reading “Thanks, Doug,” by Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.
“Thank you for making me feel like a true Seahawk and an American hero,” Sherman said, later adding: “I can’t thank you enough.”
The Pro Bowl is presented by Under Armour, and the Pro football Hall of fame will be announced Tuesday.