About Pro Bowl
The National Football League’s Pro Bowl is an all-star game (NFL). The AFC–NFC Pro Bowl, which pits the best players from the American Football Conference (AFC) against those from the National Football Conference (NFC), has been known as the AFC–NFC Pro Bowl since 1970, when it merged with the rival American Football League (AFL) (NFC).
Instead of selecting players from each conference, the NFL experimented with an unconference model from 2014 to 2016, in which the teams were selected by two honorary team captains (both of whom are in the Hall of Fame). Prior to the game, the players were chosen in a televised “schoolyard pick.”
Who will play in Pro Bowl?
KC, MO — Patrick Mahomes and four Chiefs teammates aren’t ready to hang up their cleats for the season just yet.
Mahomes will represent the AFC in Sunday’s Pro Bowl in Las Vegas, according to the NFL.
Mahomes will be in Vegas this weekend with Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, wide receiver Tyreek Hill, left lineman Orlando Brown Jr., and safety Tyrann Mathieu.
The list below is some of the appearances confirmed
Quarterbacks: x-Justin Herbert of the Los Angeles Rams, Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs, Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens, and Mac Jones of the New England Patriots.
Baltimore’s x-Mark Andrews and Kansas City’s Travis Kelce are tight ends.
Kansas City’s x-Tyreek Hill, Pittsburgh’s x-Diontae Johnson, Buffalo’s Stefon Diggs, and Las Vegas’ Hunter Renfrow are among the wide receivers.
Los Angeles’ x-Rashawn Slater, Kansas City’s Orlando Brown, and Buffalo’s Dion Dawkins are tackles.
Guards: Tennessee’s x-Rodger Saffold, Cleveland’s x-Joel Bitonio, and Cleveland’s Wyatt Teller.
Indy’s Jonathan Taylor, Cleveland’s Nick Chubb, and Pittsburgh’s Najee Harris are among the running backs.
Cleveland’s x-Myles Garrett and Las Vegas’ x-Maxx Crosby are both defensive ends.