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.
For this weekend’s Pro-Bowl in Hawaii, the NFL has had a change of heart on it’s social media ban and will allow in-game tweeting during this Sunday’s all-star game.
Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware and interior lineman Jay Ratliff are among this year’s list of NFL Pro Bowl players.
The deal is worth $37 million, with $19 million in guaranteed money. Witten is coming off his second straight 94-catch season and his third career 1,000-yard receiving campaign.
Dallas Cowboys center Andre Gurode’s future with the team is up in the air.
Miles Austin has been added to the NFC’S Pro Bowl roster as an injury replacement for Philadelphia’s DeSean Jackson.
So the Cowboys are a team going nowhere, but five players are going to play in the post season. Well, as in the five who were named as starters in the 2011 Pro Bowl.