The 2022 NFL Pro Bowl, the final stop on the NFL postseason schedule before Super Bowl LVI, pits AFC and NFC All-Stars against each other at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, on Sunday, February 6 (2/6/2022).
The game will be broadcast on ABC and ESPN at 3:00 p.m. ET. It can be streamed live on fuboTV, Sling and other live TV streaming services.
The Pro Bowl returns after a yearlong hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Last year’s Pro Bowl was instead played via the Madden NFL 21 video game, with the rosters matching what they would have been in real life. But this year, it’s back to reality.
Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel will coach the AFC squad, while the Green Bay Packers’ Matt LaFleur will coach the NFC. The NFC will hope to pick up its first Pro Bowl victory since 2013.
Here’s how to tune in.
What: 2022 NFL Pro Bowl
Who: AFC vs. NFC All Stars
When: Sunday, Feb. 6
Where: Allegiant Stadium
Time: 3 p.m. ET
TV: ABC, ESPN
Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T TV, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish.
Live stream: fuboTV (FREE TRIAL), Sling, VidGo (FREE TRIAL), DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV (FREE TRIAL), YouTube TV (FREE TRIAL)
The game can also be streamed live on NFL Live on Yahoo Sports, and NFL.com.
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Here is the full roster for both teams at the 2022 Pro Bowl.
- Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers
- Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
- Mac Jones, New England Patriots
- Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts
- Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns
- Najee Harris, Pittsburgh Steelers
- Patrick Ricard, Baltimore Ravens
- Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs
- Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills
- Diontae Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers
- Hunter Renfrow, Las Vegas Raiders
- Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens
- Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs
- Rashawn Slater, Los Angeles Chargers
- Orlando Brown Jr., Kansas City Chiefs
- Dion Dawkins, Buffalo Bills
- Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns
- Wyatt Teller, Cleveland Browns
- Rodger Saffold, Tennessee Titans
- Corey Linsley, Los Angeles Chargers
- Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts
- Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns
- Maxx Crosby, Las Vegas Raiders
- Frank Clark, Kansas City Chiefs
- DeForest Buckner, Indianapolis Colts
- Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh Steelers
- Jeffery Simmons, Tennessee Titans
- T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers
- Matt Judon, New England Patriots
- Harold Landry, Tennessee Titans
- Darius Leonard, Indianapolis Colts
- Denzel Perryman, Las Vegas Raiders
- J.C. Jackson, New England Patriots
- Xavien Howard, Miami Dolphins
- Denzel Ward, Cleveland Browns
- Kenny Moore II, Indianapolis Colts
- Kevin Byard, Tennessee Titans
- Derwin James, Los Angeles Chargers
- Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City Chiefs
- Luke Rhodes, Indianapolis Colts (Long Snapper)
- A.J. Cole, Las Vegas Raiders (Punter)
- Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens (Kicker)
- Devin Duvernay, Baltimore Ravens (Returner)
- Matthew Slater, New England Patriots
- Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals
- Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings
- Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
- Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings
- James Conner, Arizona Cardinals
- Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints
- Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco 49ers
- Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings
- Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers
- Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- CeeDee Lamb, Dallas Cowboys
- George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers
- Kyle Pitts, Atlanta Falcons
- D.J. Humphries, Arizona Cardinals
- Brian O’Neill, Minnesota Vikings
- Duane Brown, Seattle Seahawks
- Ali Marpet, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles
- Ryan Jensen, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Jonah Jackson, Detroit Lions
- Laken Tomlinson, San Francisco 49ers
- Alex Mack, San Francisco 49ers
- Brian Burns, Carolina Panthers
- Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints
- Josh Sweat, Philadelphia Eagles
- Jonathan Allen, Washington Football Team
- Javon Hargrave, Philadelphia Eagles
- Vita Vea, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Chandler Jones, Arizona Cardinals
- Robert Quinn, Chicago Bears
- Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Micah Parsons, Dallas Cowboys
- Devin White, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Trevon Diggs, Dallas Cowboys
- Darius Slay, Philadelphia Eagles
- Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans Saints
- Stephon Gilmore, Carolina Panthers
- Budda Baker, Arizona Cardinals
- Harrison Smith, Minnesota Vikings
- Antoine Winfield Jr., Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Josh Harris, Atlanta Falcons (Long snapper)
- Bryan Anger, Dallas Cowboys (Punter)
- Jake Elliott, Philadelphia Eagles (Kicker)
- Jakeem Grant, Chicago Bears (Returner)
- J.T. Gray, New Orleans Saints
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