How to Watch 2022 NFL Pro Bowl: Date, Location, Streaming, Rosters, Schedule

How to watch 2022 Pro Bowl: Date, streaming, rosters, schedule originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

The Pro Bowl is taking a hiatus from its usual beachy backdrop in favor of the 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.

However, it's not just the Pro Bowl that will be featured during the week-long festivities. There will also be a televised practice, skills competition and the East-West Shrine Bowl, all of which will take place in the days leading up to the main event.

Here's everything you need to know about the 2022 Pro Bowl.

When is the 2022 Pro Bowl?

The 2022 Pro Bowl will take place Sunday, Feb. 6, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. ET (noon local time).

How to watch the 2022 Pro Bowl

The 2022 Pro Bowl will be simulcast on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ABC. 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 2022 Pro Bowl?

Pro Bowl Practice

Play Football Opening Night

NFL FLAG Championships

Pro Bowl Skills Showdown (Thursday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN)

East-West Shrine Bowl (Thursday, Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. ET on NFL Network)

Community Day

What events will be included in the Skills Showdown?

The 2022 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown will include Precision Passing (QBs), Thread the Needle (QBs vs. DBs), Best Catch (WRs), Fastest Man (WRs, RBs, DBs) and Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball (all).

What players will be in the Pro Bowl?

Starters are marked in bold.

Quarterback

AFCJustin Herbert (LAC), Patrick Mahomes (KC), Lamar Jackson (BAL)

NFCAaron Rodgers (GB), Tom Brady (TB), Kyler Murray (ARZ)

Running back

AFCJonathan Taylor (IND), Nick Chubb (CLE), Joe Mixon (CIN)

NFCDalvin Cook (MIN), James Conner (ARZ), Alvin Kamara (NO)

Wide receiver

AFCTyreek Hill (KC), Ja'Marr Chase (CIN), Stefon Diggs (BUF), Keenan Allen (LAC)

NFCCooper Kupp (LAR), Davante Adams (GB), Justin Jefferson (MIN), Deebo Samuel (SF)

Tight end

AFCMark Andrews (BAL), Travis Kelce (KC)

NFC: George Kittle (SF), Kyle Pitts (ATL)

Offensive tackle

AFC: Rashawn Slater (LAC), Orlando Brown (KC), Dion Dawkins (BUF)

NFCTrent Williams (SF), Tristan Wirfs (TB), Tyron Smith (DAL)

Offensive guard

AFC: Quenton Nelson (IND), Joel Bitonio (CLE), Wyatt Teller (CLE)

NFCZack Martin (DAL), Brandon Scherff (WSH), Ali Marpet (TB)

Center

AFCCorey Linsley (LAC), Ryan Kelly (IND)

NFCJason Kelce (PHI), Ryan Jensen (TB)

Fullback

AFC: Patrick Ricard (BAL)

NFC: Kyle Juszczyk (SF)

Defensive end

AFC: Myles Garrett (CLE), Maxx Crosby (LV), Trey Hendrickson (CIN)

NFCNick Bosa (SF), Brian Burns (CAR), Cameron Jordan (NO)

Interior defensive linemen

AFCDeForest Buckner (IND), Chris Jones (KC), Cameron Heyward (PIT)

NFCAaron Donald (LAR), Jonathan Allen (WSH), Kenny Clark (GB)

Outside linebacker

AFCT.J. Watt (PIT), Joey Bosa (LAC), Matt Judon (NE)

NFCChandler Jones (ARZ), Robert Quinn (CHI), Shaquil Barrett (TB)

Inside/middle linebacker

AFC: Darius Leonard (IND), Denzel Perryman (LV)

NFCMicah Parsons (DAL), Bobby Wagner (SEA)

Cornerback

AFCJ.C. Jackson (NE), Xavien Howard (MIA), Denzel Ward (CLE), Kenny Moore II (IND)

NFCTrevon Diggs (DAL), Jalen Ramsey (LAR), Darius Slay (PHI), Marshon Lattimore (NO)

Free safety

AFCKevin Byard (TEN)

NFCQuandre Diggs (SEA)

Strong safety

AFCDerwin James (LAC), Tyrann Mathieu (KC)

NFCBudda Baker (ARZ), Harrison Smith (MIN)

Long snapper

AFCLuke Rhodes (IND)

NFCJosh Harris (ATL)

Punter

AFCA.J. Cole (LV)

NFC: Bryan Anger (DAL)

Placekicker

AFCJustin Tucker (BAL)

NFCMatt Gay (LAR)

Return specialist

AFC: Devin Duvernay (BAL)

NFCJakeem Grant (CHI)

Special teamer

AFC: Matthew Slater (NE)

NFCJ.T. Gray (NO)

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