When is the 2023 Pro Bowl? Date, streaming, rosters, schedule originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
For the second straight year, the NFL Pro Bowl will take place in Las Vegas, where Allegiant Stadium will host 88 of the best players the NFL has to offer in a pre-Super Bowl clash of all-star teams.
This year, the Pro Bowl will look a bit different. The league announced in September that they'll do away with the traditional Pro Bowl game and replace it with a series of skills competitions with a non-contact flag football game at the end of the week.
Here's everything you need to know about the 2023 Pro Bowl.
When is the 2023 Pro Bowl?
The 2023 Pro Bowl will take place Sunday, Feb. 5, 2023, at 3:00 p.m. ET (noon local time). The skills competition will take place on February 2 at 7 p.m. ET.
How to watch the 2023 Pro Bowl
The 2023 Pro Bowl will be simulcast on ESPN, ABC and Disney XD. It will also be available for streaming with a valid ESPN+ account or viewers can sign in through their cable subscription on WatchESPN.
What other events are scheduled ahead of the 2023 Pro Bowl?
Pro Bowl Skills Show (Thursday, Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. ET)
East-West Shrine Bowl (Thursday, Feb. 2 at 8:30 p.m. ET on NFL Network)
Pro Bowl Games (Sunday, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m. ET)
What events will be included in the Skills Showdown?
The 2023 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown will include:
Best Catch competition (Finals on Feb. 5)
Precision Passing competition
Thread the Needle challenge
Fastest Man competition
Pro Bowl Dodgeball
Gridiron Gauntlet relay race
Move the Chains competition
What players were named to the Pro Bowl?
Starters are marked in bold.
Replacements: Jonah Jackson (DET/replaces Scherff), Laken Tomlinson (SF/Martin)
AFC: Patrick Ricard (BAL)
NFC: Kyle Juszczyk (SF)
Interior defensive linemen
AFC: Khalil Mack (LAC), Matt Judon (NE), T.J. Watt (PIT)
NFC: Fred Warner (SF), Demario Davis (NO)
AFC: Minkah Fitzpatrick (PIT)
NFC: Quandre Diggs (SEA)
AFC: Derwin James (LAC), Jordan Pyer (BUF)
NFC: Budda Baker (ARZ), Talanoa Hufanga (SF)
AFC: Morgan Cox (TEN)
NFC: Andrew DePaola (MIN)
AFC: Tommy Townsend (KC)
NFC: Tress Way (WAS)
AFC: Justin Tucker (BAL)
NFC: Jason Myers (SEA)
AFC: Devin Duvernay (BAL)
NFC: KaVontae Turpin (DAL)
AFC: Justin Hardee (NYJ)
NFC: Jeremy Reaves (WAS)