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NFL Pro Bowl 2022: Roster, Time, Date, Location, Events Schedule and How to Watch

Isaiah De Los Santos
NFL Pro Bowl 2022: When, where, what is the Pro Bowl? Roster, time, date, location events schedule and how to watch 2022 Pro Bowl.
NFL Pro Bowl 2022: When, where, what is the Pro Bowl? Roster, time, date, location events schedule and how to watch 2022 Pro Bowl. / Mark Brown/GettyImages
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As the Super Bowl draws closer, that means the 2022 Pro Bowl is right around the corner. This All-Star showcase features some of the best players in the league and fills the gap with football action before Super Bowl Week officially begins.

Pro Bowl 2022

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

What Is Pro Bowl NFL?

The Pro Bowl is an exhibition game that consists of two rosters, one for the NFC and AFC. The top players from each conference are voted (or selected as replacements) in order to suit up for this exclusive clash.

Pro Bowl 2022 Date

The 2022 Pro Bowl is taking place on Sunday, Feb. 6.

When Is the NFL Pro Bowl?

This year's Pro Bowl is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET on Feb. 6.

Where Is the Pro Bowl?

The 2022 Pro Bowl will be held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV.

Pro Bowl 2022 Roster

You can find the entire Pro Bowl roster here.

How to Watch Pro Bowl 2022

The 2022 Pro Bowl will air on ESPN and ABC. You can also stream the game with an ESPN+ subscription.

Pro Bowl 2022 Events and Schedule

Outside of the actual Pro Bowl game, there a few events leading up to the exhibition that embrace the fun.

The Pro Bowl Skills Showdown will take place on Thursday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m. ET. This features mini-games like Precision Passing, Best Catch and Dodgeball that some of the Pro Bowlers will take part in.

The East-West Shrine Bowl is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. ET. This contest features the top seniors in college football playing to impress NFL teams and scouts ahead of the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft.

Difference Between Pro Bowl and Super Bowl

The Pro Bowl is an exhibition game that features players from the 30 teams not playing in the Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl, meanwhile, is the championship game for the NFL season. It features the last two remaining teams from the NFL Playoffs and serves as the finale of that NFL season.

Do Super Bowl Players Play in the Pro Bowl?

No, players in the Super Bowl do not play in the Pro Bowl. They get that week off to prepare for the championship game, and a replacement is selected to fill in for them.


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