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The 2022 Pro Bowl, the NFL’s all-star game pitting the best players from the AFC against the NFC, takes place on Sunday, February 6, 2022 (2/6/22) at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Fans can watch the game for free via a trial of fuboTV.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: Pro Bowl
Who: AFC vs. NFC
When: Sunday, February 6, 2022
Where: Allegiant Stadium
Time: 3 p.m. ET
WHAT TIME IS THE PRO BOWL ON TODAY?
The 2022 Pro Bowl is scheduled to start today (February 6) at 3:00 p.m. ET on ESPN and ABC.
HOW TO WATCH THE 2022 PRO BOWL LIVE FOR FREE:
If you have a valid cable login, you can watch the 2022 Pro Bowl live on the ABC website, Watch ESPN, or the ESPN app. You can also stream the Pro Bowl live for free on the Yahoo Sports app.
PRO BOWL 2022 LIVE STREAM OPTIONS:
You can also watch the Pro Bowl with an active subscription to fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, or DIRECTV STREAM. All of the aforementioned options offer an ESPN live stream. YouTube TV and fuboTV offer free trials for eligible subscribers.
CAN I WATCH THE 2022 PRO BOWL LIVE ON HULU?
Yep. Hulu + Live TV subscribers can watch the game live via the streaming service’s ESPN live stream.
The 2022 Pro Bowl will take place in Las Vegas at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday, February 6 and will kick off at 12 p.m. PT. The game will broadcast on ESPN. It can also be watched on the Seahawks Mobile App, NFL Live on Yahoo Sports, and NFL.com. Fans can listen on NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, SiriusXM, and TuneIn.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (9th appearance), tackle Duane Brown (5th), linebacker Bobby Wagner (8th) and safety Quandre Diggs (2nd) were named to this year’s NFC Pro Bowl squad. Wilson’s ninth selection ties him with Walter Jones for most in franchise history.
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Kirk Cousins will be the Pro Bowl injury replacement for Aaron Rodgers for a third time.
The Minnesota Vikings quarterback was added Monday to the NFC roster. The all-star game will be played Sunday in Las Vegas. Rodgers played much of the season for the Green Bay Packers with a broken toe.
A pair of Tennessee Titans also were added as injury replacements Monday afternoon. Defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons is replacing Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones, while left guard Rodger Saffold, a 12-year veteran, is filling in for Quenton Nelson of Indianapolis. This will be the first Pro Bowl appearance for both.
Cousins was also picked as the fill-in for Rodgers after the 2019 season with Minnesota and after the 2016 season with Washington. Cousins has never made the original Pro Bowl roster.
The 33-year-old Cousins was one of only two players in the NFL this season with 30-plus touchdown passes and fewer than 10 interceptions. Rodgers was the other. Cousins posted a 103.1 passer rating, ranking fourth in the league behind Rodgers, Joe Burrow and Dak Prescott.