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NFL Pro Bowl 2013

Live Stream, Tickets, Start Time, Rosters

Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii 27 January, 2pm


Pro Bowl Aloha Stadium

The annual meeting between the best of the AFC and NFC returns to the Aloha Stadium this year. I must confess that the grand sport of American Football (I know it's just football to you US types, but in the UK we kind of have the original version so need to differentiate somehow!) tends to pass me by, and to a large extent the rules remain as mysterious as the strangest hieroglyphics, but I do very much enjoy long drawn out sporting matches with a strong tactical element (Test match cricket anyone?) so I'm determined to make more of an effort to unravel this one, and with the Super Bowl only a few weeks away then the Pro Bowl seems as good a place as any to make something of a start.

I have to say the location is about as good as it gets (aside possibly from some of the Caribbean cricket grounds...) with the Aloha Stadium perched right on the coast of the beautiful town of Honolulu - if you're going to watch football anywhere then this seems a pretty decent place to start!

This is an all-star game featuring the best players of the American Football Conference (AFC) versus those from the National Football Conference (NFC). I'm sure there's a reason for which teams play where but even Wikipedia couldn't unravel it for me, so I'm just going to go ahead and assume it's something to do with money. What is certain is that this game features the best players from both so should be an absolute cracker.

If I ever do get to attend the Pro Bowl then the tailgate party would be right there on the list as well. Nowhere formalises pre-game eating and drinking quite like a US sporting event, and here it is actually an official ticket-only event, held at nearby Richardson Field so requires some advance planning, but by all accounts is well worth it!

Lineup Rosters


The full list of selected starting players are as follows:



Quarterback - Peyton Manning, Denver
Running back - Arian Foster, Houston
Fullback - Vonta Leach, Baltimore
Wide receiver - A. J. Green, Cincinnati, Andre Johnson, Houston
Tight end - Rob Gronkowski, New England
Offensive tackle - Joe Thomas, Cleveland, Duane Brown, Houston
Offensive guard - Logan Mankins, New England, Marshal Yanda, Baltimore
Center - Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh


Defensive end - J. J. Watt, Houston, Cameron Wake, Miami
Defensive tackle - Geno Atkins, Cincinnati, Vince Wilfork, New England
Outside linebacker - Von Miller, Denver, Tamba Hali, Kansas City
Inside linebacker - Jerod Mayo, New England
Cornerback - Champ Bailey, Denver, Johnathan Joseph, Houston
Free safety - Ed Reed, Baltimore
Strong safety - Eric Berry, Kansas City

Special Teams

Punter - Dustin Colquitt, Kansas City
Placekicker - Phil Dawson, Cleveland
Kick returner - Jacoby Jones, Baltimore
Special teamer - Matthew Slater, New England
Long snapper - John Denney, Miami



Quarterback - Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
Running back - Adrian Peterson, Minnesota
Fullback - Jerome Felton, Minnesota
Wide receiver - Calvin Johnson, Detroit, Brandon Marshall, Chicago
Tight end - Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta
Offensive tackle - Joe Staley, San Francisco, Russell Okung, Seattle
Offensive guard - Mike Iupati, San Francisco, Jahri Evans, New Orleans
Center - Max Unger, Seattle


Defensive end - Jason Pierre-Paul, N.Y. Giants, Julius Peppers, Chicago
Defensive tackle - Justin Smith, San Francisco, Henry Melton, Chicago
Outside linebacker - Aldon Smith, San Francisco, DeMarcus Ware, Dallas
Inside linebacker - Patrick Willis, San Francisco
Cornerback - Charles Tillman, Chicago, Tim Jennings, Chicago
Free safety - Dashon Goldson, San Francisco
Strong safety - Donte Whitner, San Francisco

Special Teams

Punter - Thomas Morstead, New Orleans
Placekicker - Blair Walsh, Minnesota
Kick returner - Leon Washington, Seattle
Special teamer - Lorenzo Alexander, Washington
Long snapper - Don Muhlbach, Detroit

Streaming and Video


The Pro Bowl is being broadcast on TV by CBS, but this year the NFL have been flushed with the success of streaming last year's Super Bowl online so this year are extending this service to the Pro Bowl. You can access this stream via their website:

NFL Pro Bowl live stream

In the UK, the Pro Bowl is being broadcast live and in HD by Sky Sports. You can watch this online, but you will need a subscription:

Pro Bowl on Sky Sports

It's likely other international sources will pick up this broadcast too, so check back as we'll update any other links we find nearer the time of the game.

Hotels & Accommodation


If you're in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl and looking for somewhere to stay to attend the Bowl then you can check out availability and make reservations for local hotels here.



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