With the announcement of the 2024 Pro Bowl rosters, we can finally look forward to the NFL versions of an all-star game.
Where will 2024 Pro Bowl be played?
Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida will once again host the Pro Bowl.
This is the fifth time since the 2016 season that Orlando will be the host city and the first since January of 2020.
Las Vegas previously held the event at Allegiant Stadium.
When will the Pro Bowl be played?
The 2024 Pro Bowl will be held on Feb. 4, 2024, at 3 p.m. ET.
Throughout the weekend there will be a skills competition including a highly competitive dodgeball game.
Who'll be there?
The NFL released the 2024 Pro Bowl rosters on Jan. 3, 2024, which included nine players from the San Francisco 49ers.
Among those selected are quarterback Brock Purdy, running back Christian McCaffery and linebacker Fred Warner.
Other NFL stars are Kansas City Cheifs teammates quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce, center Jason Kelce from the Philadelphia Eagles and wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, who'll represent the Dallas Cowboys.
For a breakdown of the NFC roster go here.
For a breakdown of the AFC roster go here.
What is the Pro Bowl and Pro Bowl games?
Over the years the Pro Bowl was a fun almost-touch-football game held in Hawaii. Players and fans would travel to Honolulu, Hawaii, to watch their favorite stars compete against one another.
After a decline in interest from many, the NFL revamped the Pro Bowl to the Pro Bowl Games. They've included various skills competitions and a flag football game to wrap up the weekend.
It's a much safer weekend for the players who really don't want to be injured in a glorified football game as they prepare for the offseason. Plus it adds more excitement for the fans and a better opportunity to interact with their favorite players.
If you're not planning to travel to Orlando, you can watch the 2024 Pro Bowl games on ESPN, ABC and Disney XD.