THE Pro Bowl is the NFL's annual all-star game, which pits the best players from the NFC against those from the AFC. The exhibition fixture is a way to honour those players who have had outstanding personal seasons for their team. Here's everything you need to know.What time is the Pro Bowl? The Pro Bowl takes place one week before the Super Bowl - on Sunday, January 27. It will be played in Orlando, Florida. Rather than having a prime US slot, the game has been pushed back to the afternoon - so will be on at 8pm UK time. What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it? The Pro Bowl will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena from 7.30pm. You can sign up for Sky here. Or if you don't want a subscription, you can buy a Sports Pass from Now TV to watch all the action with prices starting at just £7.99. NFL Gamepass holders will be able to watch from their mobile devices. Roster AFC PRO BOWL ROSTER BY POSITION OFFENCE Wide receiver: DeAndre Hopkins*, Houston Texans; Tyreek Hill*, … [Read more...] about Pro Bowl 2019 roster, live stream and TV channel info, start time, location and who’s playing in Florida
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USA TODAY Sports Published 1:21 PM EST Dec 19, 2018 As Week 16 of the NFL season approaches, there are still some division titles up for grabs, while no team has yet sewn up a first-round bye. That could all quickly change in the coming days. Here's a full look at the clinching scenarios at stake for Week 16: NFC CLINCHED: Los Angeles Rams – NFC West, New Orleans Saints – NFC South, Chicago Bears – NFC North NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (12-2) (vs. Pittsburgh [8-5-1], Sunday, 4:25 PM ET, CBS) New Orleans clinches home-field advantage throughout NFC playoffs with: 1) NO win OR 2) NO tie + LAR loss or tie OR 3) CHI loss or tie + LAR loss New Orleans clinches a first-round bye with: 1) NO tie OR 2) CHI loss or tie OR 3) LAR loss LOS ANGELES RAMS (11-3) (at Arizona [3-11], Sunday, 4:05 PM ET, FOX) Los Angeles clinches a first-round bye with: 1) LAR win + CHI loss or tie OR 2) LAR tie + CHI loss DALLAS COWBOYS (8-6) (vs. Tampa Bay [5-9], Sunday, 1:00 PM … [Read more...] about NFL Week 16 playoff clinching scenarios: Top seed for Chiefs, Saints?
Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz USA TODAY Published 8:33 PM EST Dec 18, 2018 Correction: A previous version of the story incorrectly stated the team that had the most number of Pro Bowl selections. The story has been updated to reflect the accurate total. The Los Angeles Chargers continue to make a push for the AFC West title and the top seed in the playoffs, but they're already No. 1 in the NFL in another respect. The Chargers led the NFL in Pro Bowl selections with seven, as the full rosters were revealed Tuesday. Meanwhile, no Oakland Raiders players were picked, the first such occurrence for the franchise since 2003. The Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers also had no representatives. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady moved into a tie for the most Pro Bowl selections of all time with 14, joining Peyton Manning, Tony Gonzalez, Bruce Matthews and Merlin Olsen for the honor. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees earned his 12th career selection. Among … [Read more...] about Pro Bowl rosters 2019: Chargers lead with seven selections
Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz USA TODAY Published 1:49 p.m. UTC Sep 1, 2018 For hundreds of NFL players, Saturday's roster cutdown deadline (4 p.m. ET) marks the end of the road. With Week 1 closing in, teams must trim their rosters from approximately 90 players to 53. USA TODAY Sports' NFL team will track the releases for all 32 NFL teams, as well as list the notable players being let go (listed below). Cowboys DE Kony Ealy: The 2014 second-round pick didn't stick in Dallas after the Cowboys took a flier on him in April. Colts S T.J. Green: A converted receiver, the 2016 second-round pick played both cornerback and safety but struggled at both spots. Texans P Shane Lechler: A six-time all-pro, Lechler lost out on a competition with rookie Trevor Daniel. ----- Arizona Cardinals: K Matt McCrane Atlanta Falcons: CB Leon McFadden, S Ron Parker, OL Austin Pasztor Baltimore Ravens: CB Robertson Daniel, G/T Andrew Donnal, G Justin Evans, LB Alvin … [Read more...] about NFL roster cut tracker: Which players are being released?
VERNON HILLS – The Bears went back to high school Wednesday evening, and for some, it was a welcome trip down memory lane. Visiting with members of the media before practice began at Vernon Hills High School, quarterback Mitch Trubisky remembered his days back in Mentor, Ohio, as some of the best of his life, and other players relived past glories, as well. But once practice began, reality roared back, and the focus shifted to Saturday and the Kansas City Chiefs, the last chance for the big guys such as Trubisky, Jordan Howard, Allen Robinson, Akiem Hicks, Danny Trevathan, Kyle Fuller and others to prepare for the opener in Lambeau Field two weeks from Sunday. None of the key starters will play in the final exhibition, and many will be in street clothes. So although half the players may have been enjoying themselves under the Friday night lights Wednesday, the other half probably was more focused on the reality that 37 of the Realistically, if you’ve been paying attention, … [Read more...] about Arkush: Bears reminisce about past, get to work