A number of Pro Bowlers are about to get paid. And not just the relative pocket change ($35,000 or $70,000) that comes with competing in the NFL's annual all-star game in Orlando. About a dozen Pro Bowl players are pending free agents, including the NFL's all-time leading passer and the league's top rusher and top pass-rusher in 2019.
The NFL will try to implement a 4th-and-15 opportunity at the 25-yard line rather than an onside kick, testing it out in Sunday’s Pro Bowl.
The Broncos were the team that proposed the onside kick changes at the league meetings last year
Here's everything you need to know about the 2020 Pro Bowl, including the start time, TV channel and a full roster of players selected to the AFC and NFC teams along with their replacements.
Some players don’t think the Pro Bowl is worth their time. Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith is not one of those players.
The majority of Pro Bowl players are against adding a 17th regular-season game -- mostly because of safety concerns -- but if it does become a possibility during CBA negotiations, then players would want something major in return, such as more time off.
Led by Lamar Jackson, the Baltimore Ravens secured the most spots in the NFL's annual all-star game with 12.
Now that the 2020 Pro Bowl rosters have been revealed, Nick Shook identifies 10 snubs. Should the Vikings' Kirk Cousins be on the NFC roster instead of the Packers' Aaron Rodgers?
The Pittsburgh Steelers led all teams with a league-best eight selections in the 2018 Pro Bowl, per rosters released by the NFL on Tuesday. The Killer B's -- Antonio Brown, Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and Chris Boswell -- along with linebacker Ryan Shazier (who suffered a season-ending spinal injury earlier this month) headlined the group, which will play in the annual all-star game Jan. 28 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. Tackle Alejandro Villanueva, guard David DeCastro and center Maurkice Pouncey rounded out the Steelers' selections.
Last week showed us the catch rule and ball spotting are as flawed as ever. Why not experiment with alternatives? Here's how to make the game useful.
Tom Brady, Todd Gurley and Drew Brees are in. Who else made it among the 88 players? And who should have made it? NFL Nation reporters detail every Pro Bowl pick, surprise and snub for all 32 teams.
Conference pride is more commonly associated with college football than the NFL, but the best the AFC and NFC have to offer will square off at the 2017 Pro Bowl on Sunday, Jan. 29, at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.
The NFL is moving the Pro Bowl from Honolulu to Orlando, Florida, and the official announcement is expected to take place Wednesday, according to multiple reports.
NFL stars are fleeing the 2016 Pro Bowl in historic numbers, the culmination of a trend that should prompt serious discussion about the future of the all-star event.
There was at least one autograph-seeker Saturday that Jarvis Landry had to oblige: Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice. Minutes after Team Rice's 30-minute practice session ahead of Sunday's Pro Bowl, Rice came jogging across the field to seek out the Miami second-year wide receiver for one eager Dolphins fan.
Curious about how that whole Pro Bowl draft thing turned out on Wednesday? Well, here's a look at the Pro Bowl rosters, with players from the Jets, Giants, and Eagles bolded:
Tomorrow's NFL Pro Bowl will again, for the third year in a row feature teams picked via a draft instead of playing for a team based on their teams conference. The two teams are now "Team Irvin", led by and drafted by Michael Irvin and "Team Rice", led by and drafted by Jerry Rice.
The extra week between the championship games and the Super Bowl is usually just a drag, but at least the Pro Bowl gives you some football to hold you over in this stretch...
Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris will make his second straight Pro Bowl appearance, the team announced on Monday. Morris originally was named an alternate. He now gets the nod after Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy withdrew because of an injury.
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers isn't at the Pro Bowl. But the former Athens High School standout might have been, as might have Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Russell Wilson and Joe Flacco.