At least one key NFL executive thinks play improved at the Pro Bowl this year: Commissioner Roger Goodell.
After a week in Hawaii and a blowout game, the NFL all-stars are defending the Pro Bowl as a worthy reward for top players who do not make the Super Bowl.
Fixing the Pro Bowl voting system isn’t easy. But the league needs to straighten this out and start picking players who deserve it.
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Anthony Spencer will play in his first Pro Bowl, replacing the injured Clay Matthews of Green Bay.
Does Dez Bryant belong in the Pro Bowl? Victor Cruz and Julio Jones have fewer catches, fewer yards and fewer touchdowns.
For the second consecutive season, only two Dallas Cowboys were selected for the NFL Pro Bowl. But after a rare omission in 2011-12, Jason Witten is back in the game.
The NFL will consider dropping the Pro Bowl if the level of play doesn’t improve, Commissioner Roger Goodell said Monday night.
After a promise from players that the game will be more competitive, the NFL will hold the Pro Bowl in Honolulu next Jan. 27, a week before the Super Bowl.
The NFL is in negotiations that could possibly kill the Pro Bowl. While this year’s game might still be played, it’s unlikely the concept would last beyond that.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he is disappointed in the quality of last week’s Pro Bowl and changes must be considered, perhaps even dropping the game altogether.
During his regular appearance on ESPN Milwaukee, Rodgers said the NFC players “embarrassed themselves” during the Pro Bowl game last Sunday.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall caught a Pro Bowl record four touchdowns, and the AFC surged to beat the NFC 59-41 on Sunday.