NFL Pro Bowl Game 2022
Photo: ESPN

The 2022 NFL Pro Bowl is going to be held on Sunday, February 6 at the Allegiant Stadium. The best players of the league will play for their conferences in the same in this event. Today, we will know, when, where, and how to watch the Pro Bowl game here.





Venue: Allegiant Stadium

TV Channel: ESPN




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NFL Pro Bowl is an all-star game. Here, the best player of AFC faces the best players of NFC. The last year’s game was canceled due to the Covid-19 breakdown.

The fans selected one-third of the players of the Pro Bowl rosters. Titans head coach Mike Vrabel and Packers head coach Matt LaFleur has been selected as the head coach of the team AFC and NFC.


There will be a few rule changes in the game. The game will be played in the “Spot and Choose” rule. This means:

Spot: Place the ball on the field for the first play of the first quarter, including the designation of direction.

Choose: Decide whether to start on offense or defense from the other team’s designated spot and direction.

Pro Bowl Rosters 2022:

Here are the top players from the AFC and NFC that make up the Pro Bowl 2022 rosters.

AFC Roster (Offense)

(* indicates a player who opted out of the Pro Bowl.)

  • Justin Herbert (Los Angeles Chargers)
  • Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens*)
  • Mac Jones (New England Patriots)
Running Back
  • Jonathan Taylor (Indianapolis Colts)
  • Nick Chubb (Cleveland Browns)
  • Joe Mixon (Cincinnati Bengals*)
  • Najee Harris (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • Patrick Ricard (Baltimore Ravens)
Wide Receiver
  • Tyreek Hill (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • Ja’Marr Chase (Cincinnati Bengals*)
  • Stefon Diggs (Buffalo Bills)
  • Keenan Allen (Los Angeles Chargers*)
  • Diontae Johnson (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • Hunter Renfrow (Las Vegas Raiders)
Tight End
  • Mark Andrews (Baltimore Ravens)
  • Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs)
Offensive Line
  • Rashawn Slater (Los Angeles Chargers)
  • Orlando Brown Jr. (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • Dion Dawkins (Buffalo Bills)
  • Quenton Nelson (Indianapolis Colts*)
  • Joel Bitonio (Cleveland Browns)
  • Wyatt Teller (Cleveland Browns)
  • Rodger Saffold (Tennessee Titans)
  • Corey Linsley (Los Angeles Chargers)
  • Ryan Kelly (Indianapolis Colts)

AFC Roster (Defense)

(* indicates a player who opted out of the Pro Bowl.)

Defensive End
  • Myles Garrett (Cleveland Browns)
  • Maxx Crosby (Las Vegas Raiders)
  • Trey Hendrickson (Cincinnati Bengals*)
  • Frank Clark (Kansas City Chiefs)
Defensive Line
  • DeForest Buckner (Indianapolis Colts)
  • Chris Jones (Kansas City Chiefs*)
  • Cameron Heyward (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • Jeffery Simmons (Tennessee Titans)
  • T.J. Watt (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • Joey Bosa (Los Angeles Chargers*)
  • 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)
AFC Roster Special Teams
  • Luke Rhodes (Indianapolis Colts)
  • A.J. Cole (Las Vegas Raiders)
  • Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens)
  • Devin Duvernay (Baltimore Ravens)
  • Matthew Slater (New England Patriots)

NFC Roster (Offense)

(* indicates a player who opted out of the Pro Bowl.)

Running Back
  • Dalvin Cook (Minnesota Vikings)
  • James Conner (Arizona Cardinals)
  • Alvin Kamara (New Orleans Saints)
  • Kyle Juszczyk (San Francisco 49ers)
Wide Receiver
  • Cooper Kupp (Los Angeles Rams*)
  • Davante Adams (Green Bay Packers*)
  • Justin Jefferson (Minnesota Vikings)
  • Deebo Samuel (San Francisco 49ers)
  • Mike Evans (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
  • CeeDee Lamb (Dallas Cowboys)
Tight End
  • George Kittle (San Francisco 49ers)
  • Kyle Pitts (Atlanta Falcons)
Offensive Line
  • Trent Williams (San Francisco 49ers*)
  • Tristan Wirfs (Tampa Bay Buccaneers*)
  • Tyron Smith (Dallas Cowboys*)
  • D.J. Humphries (Arizona Cardinals)
  • Brian O’Neill (Minnesota Vikings)
  • Duane Brown (Seattle Seahawks)
  • Zack Martin (Dallas Cowboys*)
  • Brandon Scherff (Washington Football Team*)
  • 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)

NFC Roster (Defense)

(* indicates a player who opted out of the Pro Bowl.)

Defensive End
  • Nick Bosa (San Francisco 49ers)
  • Brian Burns (Carolina Panthers)
  • Cameron Jordan (New Orleans Saints)
  • Josh Sweat (Philadelphia Eagles)
Defensive Line
  • Aaron Donald (Los Angeles Rams*)
  • Jonathan Allen (Washington Football Team)
  • Kenny Clark (Green Bay Packers*)
  • 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)
  • Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks*)
  • Devin White (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
  • Trevon Diggs (Dallas Cowboys)
  • Jalen Ramsey (Los Angeles Rams*)
  • Darius Slay (Philadelphia Eagles)
  • Marshon Lattimore (New Orleans Saints)
  • Stephon Gilmore (Carolina Panthers)
  • Quandre Diggs (Seattle Seahawks*)
  • Budda Baker (Arizona Cardinals)
  • Harrison Smith (Minnesota Vikings)
  • Antoine Winfield Jr. (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
NFC Roster: Special Teams

(* indicates a player who opted out of the Pro Bowl.)

  • Josh Harris (Atlanta Falcons)
  • Bryan Anger (Dallas Cowboys)
  • Matt Gay (Los Angeles Rams*)
  • Jake Elliott (Philadelphia Eagles)
  • Jakeem Grant (Chicago Bears)
  • J.T. Gray (New Orleans Saints)

When and Where is the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl Take Place?

Date: The game will be held on Sunday, Feb. 6

Time: The kick-off will take place at 3 p.m. ET

Location: The 2022 Pro Bowl will take place in the Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas.

The stadium has a capacity of 65,000 spectators. You can watch the game directly from the stadium if you are someone from there. The pricing of the ticket will start from $72. So, buy yours before the time runs out.

How to Watch the Game Live on TV?

  • ESPN
  • ABC
  • ESPN Deportes
  • Sky Sports
  • TSN 3

ESPN will broadcast the 2022 Pro Bowl live coverage on television in the USA. ABC will also broadcast this amazing game on TV. You will need a cable TV subscription to watch the game on ABC and ESPN.

In the UK, Sky Sports has reserved the right to broadcast the game on television. You will have to log in by using the details of your cable service provider to watch the game on Sky Sports.

In Canada, TSN has the right to broadcast this event. Contact your operator if you are out of the coverage.

How to Live Stream the NFL Pro Bowl Game Online in 2022?

The live stream of the NFL Pro Bowl game is available on FuboTV. It provides a high-definition feed with a wide range of thrilling sporting events. Fubo’s monthly subscription fee will be $64.99. Fubo offers a free 7-day trial subscription.
Sling TV is a streaming platform that allows you to watch a lot of live sports events. Sling TV also holds the right to stream this incredible event in the United States. It is significantly less expensive than FuboTV. The cost of a Sling membership is only $35 per month. Sling also provides a free seven-day trial.


The fans are very excited about this year’s NFL Pro Bowl as it is returning to the field after a year’s break. They will cheer their favorite player from their favorite teams and watch all the stars of the NFL together. So, if you are a fan, call your friends and catch all the actions live.


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