The NFL’s annual Pro Bowl celebration is a week-long party featuring a match-up of the league’s best players. This year, the game is being played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.
Previously, the Pro Bowl was a yearly event held in Hawaii, but the league decided to move it away from Honolulu and bring it to the mainland. It’s now being hosted at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida and will be aired on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.
This year’s Pro Bowl will feature a flag football competition between AFC and NFC teams. It’s expected to be a low-scoring affair with nothing more than bragging rights at stake.
The Pro Bowl introduced several new challenges a few years ago that showcased the best in NFL football players. This year, those challenges will be reimagined with a few added wrinkles.
Precision Passing presented by EA Sports Madden NFL 23 Mobile, Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball and the Best Catch presented by Uber Eats return as well as a few new events such as Kick Tac Toe and Gridiron Gauntlet.
The NFL also re-imagined some of the most traditional Pro Bowl events like the Power Relay, in which players jump, climb, run and throw on a platform to a target. Unlike the previous Power Relay, this year’s will be done with a team of NFL players pulling weighted sleds instead of one player dragging it.