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2019 Pro Bowl: Game time, TV broadcast, online streaming, & more

One Packer is in attendance in Orlando for this year’s game.

NFL: Pro Bowl-NFC Practice Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL’s All-Star Game is officially here. Today, the best players in the AFC and NFC (minus those on the two teams going to Super Bowl LIII) will square off in the 2019 Pro Bowl. Earlier this week, the NFC was victorious in the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown, thanks to a comeback victory and a win in the winner-take-all dodgeball game.

Last year’s game was an exciting game that came down to the wire. A touchdown pass from Derek Carr to Delanie Walker put the AFC ahead 24-23 late, and Von Miller sealed the context by forcing a Jared Goff fumble on a sack. This year, however, Goff will not be in attendance, with the Los Angeles Rams headed to the Super Bowl. The Rams’ four Pro Bowlers are skipping the game, as are the two Patriots who were voted onto the roster.

Here’s how and when to tune in for today’s exhibition.

2019 Pro Bowl

Date: Sunday, January 27th, 2019
Time: 3:00 PM Eastern Time
Venue: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida
TV Networks: ESPN, ABC, & Disney XD
Online Streaming: WatchESPN, ESPN app, ABC online, DisneyNow

Packers Pro Bowlers

  • WR Davante Adams
  • QB Aaron Rodgers (withdrew due to injury)

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