NFL Pro Bowl skills participants 2023: Full rosters, lineups for AFC & NFC teams in all eight competitions

NFL Pro Bowl skills participants 2023: Full rosters, lineups for AFC & NFC teams in all eight competitions

The NFL Pro Bowl skills competition is back in 2023, and many of the game’s biggest stars will show off their skills before taking part in the flag football matches to end the weekend.

Eight different events between Thursday and Sunday will showcase the skills of the stars. On Thursday there will be a dodgeball game, a blitz round of various challenges, a golf longest drive competition, a precision passing competition and the first round of the best catch competition.

On Sunday, the best catching competition will end, there will be the grid glove of a long relay race, the tac kick between the kickers and the moving of the chains, which will be a great game of tug of war . It all adds up to Sunday night’s flag football matches.

MORE: Rules, scoring and more for the eight NFL Pro Bowl skills contests

Who will attend each event? Here’s what you need to know.

NFL Pro Bowl 2023 Dodgeball Skill Participants

AFC Attack

Ja’Marr Chase, Bengals Nick Chubb, Browns Tyreek Hill, Dolphins Josh Jacobs, Raiders Mark Andrews, Ravens Dawson Knox, Bills

AFC Defense

Myles Garrett, Browns Maxx Crosby, Raiders Sauce Gardner, Jets Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers Roquan Smith, Ravens Marlon Humphrey, Ravens

NFC Infringement

Saquon Barkley, Giants Dalvin Cook, Vikings CeeDee Lamb, Cowboys George Kittle, 49ers Kyle Juszczyk, 49ers Christian McCaffrey, 49ers

NFC Defense

Demario Davis, Saints Jaire Alexander, Packers Trevon Diggs, Cowboys Micah Parsons, Cowboys Jalen Ramsey, Rams Tariq Woolen, Seahawks Lightning round


Quinnen Williams, Jets and Mitch Morse, Bills Joel Bitonio, Browns and Pat Surtain II, Broncos Laremy Tunsil, Texans and Ben Jones, Titans Jamal Agnew, Jaguars and Justin Hardee, Jets Bradley Chubb, Dolphins and Rodger Saffold, Bills Matt Milano, Bills and Jeffrey Simmons, Titans Wyatt Teller, Browns and Derrick Henry, Titans Dion Dawkins, Bills and Patrick Ricard, Ravens Cam Heyward, Steelers and Trey Hendrickson, Bengals Terron Armstead, Dolphins and Xavien Howard, Dolphins


Frank Ragnow, Lions and Budda Baker, Cardinals Chris Lindstrom, Falcons and Brian Burns, Panthers KaVonte Turpin, Cowboys and Jeremy Reaves, Commanders Penei Sewell, Lions and Cam Jordan, Saints Terry McLaurin, Commanders and Fred Warner, 49ers Tristan Wirfs, Buccaneers and Demarcus Lawrence, Cowboys Talanoa Hufanga, 49ers and Quandre Diggs, Seahawks Dexter Lawrence, Giants and Zack Martin, Cowboys Tyler Biadasz, Cowboys and Danielle Hunter, Vikings Trent Williams, 49ers and Elgton Jenkins, Packers Longest Drive


Justin Tucker, Ravens Jordan Poyer, Bills CJ Mosley, Jets Davante Adams, Raiders Matt Judon, Patriots


Jonathan Allen, Commanders Tress Way, Commanders Daron Payne, Commanders TJ Hockenson, Vikings Za’Darius Smith, Vikings Precision Passer


Tyler Huntley, Ravens Trevor Lawrence, Jaguars Derek Carr, Raiders


Geno Smith, Seahawks Kirk Cousins, Vikings Jared Goff, Lions Best Take


Pat Surtain II, Broncos Stefon Diggs, Bills


Amon-Ra St. Brown, Lions Justin Jefferson, Vikings Gridiron Gauntlet


Joel Bitonio, Browns Myles Garrett, Browns Nick Chubb, Browns Cam Heyward, Steelers Dion Dawkins, Bills


Penei Sewell, Lions Brian Burns, Panthers Saquon Barkley, Giants Tristan Wirfs, Buccaneers Cam Jordan, Saints Kick tac toe


Kicker: Justin Tucker, Ravens Punter: AJ Cole, Raiders Long Snapper: Morgan Cox, Titans


Kicker: Jason Myers, Seahawks Punter: Tress Way, Commanders Long Snapper: Andrew DePaola, Vikings Move the chains

AFC Team 1

Quinnen Williams, Jets Trey Hendrickson, Bengals Laremy Tunsil, Texans Terron Armstead, Dolphins Jeffrey Simmons, Titans

AFC Team 2

Maxx Crosby, Raiders Rodger Saffold, Bills Ben Jones, Titans Mitch Morse, Bills Wyatt Teller, Browns

NFC team 1

Jonathan Allen, Commanders Frank Ragnow, Lions Chris Lindstrom, Falcons Trent Williams, 49ers Demarcus Lawrence, Cowboys

NFC team 2

Dexter Lawrence, Giants Daron Payne, Commanders Zack Martin, Cowboys Elgton Jenkins, Packers Tyler Biadasz, Cowboys NFL Pro Bowl 2023 Schedule Dates: Thursday, February 2 and Sunday, February 5 Times: 7 p.m. ET (Thursday) | 3pm ET (Sunday) TV Channel (US): ESPN (Thursday) | ESPN, ABC, Disney XD (Sunday) TV Channel (Canada): TSN1 (Sunday) Live Stream: ESPN+, fuboTV

There are two broadcast days for the Skills competitions: Thursday, February 2 and Sunday, February 5.

Five events will be broadcast each day, with Pro Bowl flag football games rounding out Pro Bowl weekday events on Sunday afternoon.

Here’s the schedule for this week’s Pro Bowl games:

Thursday, Feb. 2, 7 p.m. ET Event TV Channel Live Stream Dodgeball ESPN fuboTV, ESPN + Lightning round ESPN fuboTV, ESPN + Longest drive ESPN fuboTV, ESPN + Precision passes ESPN fuboTV, ESPN + Best catch Round 1 ESPN fuboTV , ESPN + Sunday, February 5, 3 p.m. ET Event TV Channel Live Stream Best Final Capture ESPN, ABC, Disney XD fuboTV, ESPN + Gridiron Gauntlet ESPN, ABC, Disney XD fuboTV, ESPN + Kick Tac Toe ESPN, ABC, Disney XD fuboTV, ESPN + Move the Chains ESPN, ABC , Disney XD fuboTV, ESPN+ Flag football games ESPN, ABC, Disney XD fuboTV, ESPN+ AFC Pro Bowl roster 2023 Player Position Team Patrick Mahomes* QB Chiefs Josh Allen** QB Bills Joe Burrow QB Bengals Trevor Lawrence QB Jaguars Tyler Huntley QB Ravens Derek Carr QB Raiders Nick Chubb RB Browns Josh Jacobs RB Raiders Derrick Henry RB Titans Patrick Ricard FB Ravens Tyreek Hill WR Dolphins Stefon Diggs WR Bills Davante Adams WR Raiders Ja’Marr Chase WR Bengals Travis K elce* TE Chiefs Mark Andrews TE Ravens Dawson Knox TE Bills Laremy Tunsil T Texans Terron Armstead T Dolphins Orlando Brown* T Chiefs Dion Dawkins T Bills Joel Bitonio G Browns Quenton Nelson** G Colts Joe Thuney* G Chiefs Rodger Saffold G Bills Wyatt Teller G Browns Creed Humphrey C Chiefs Mitch Morse C Bills Ben Jones C Titans Myles Garrett DE Browns Maxx Crosby DE Raiders Trey Hendrickson DE Bengals Chris Jones* DT Chiefs Quinnen Williams DT Jets Jeffery Simmons DT Titans Matt Judon LB Patriots Khalil Mack LB Chargers TJ Watt* * LB Steelers Matt Milano LB Bills Roquan Smith LB Ravens CJ Mosley LB Jets Ahmad Gardner CB Jets Pat Surtain II CB Broncos Marlon Humphrey CB Ravens Xavien Howard CB Dolphins Minkah Fitzpatrick S Steelers Derwin James S Chargers Jordan Poyer S Bills Justin Tucker K Ravens Tommy Townsend *P Chiefs AJ Cole P Raiders Devin Duvernay** KR Ravens Jamal Agnew KR Jaguars Morgan Cox LS Titans Justin Hardee ST Jets

* – Not playing due to Super Bowl berth
** – Not playing due to injury

Peyton Manning will coach the AFC during the skills competitions, with Ray Lewis as defensive coordinator and Diana Flores – the quarterback for Mexico’s women’s flag football team – as offensive coordinator.

NFC Pro Bowl roster 2023 Player Position Team Jalen Hurts* QB Eagles Geno Smith QB Seahawks Kirk Cousins ​​QB Vikings Jared Goff QB Lions Saquon Barkley RB Giants Tony Pollard** RB Cowboys Miles Sanders* RB Eagles Dalvin Cook RB Vikings Kyle Juszczyk FB 49ers Justin Jefferson WR Vikings AJ Brown* WR Eagles CeeDee Lamb WR Cowboys Terry McLaurin WR Commanders Amon-Ra St. Brown WR Lions George Kittle TE 49ers TJ Hockenson TE Vikings Trent Williams OT 49ers Lane Johnson* OT Eagles Tritan Wirfs OT Buccaneers Penei Sewell OT Lions Zack Martin G Cowboys Landon Dickerson* G Eagles Chris Lindstrom G Falcons Elgton Jenkins G Packers Jason Kelce* C Eagles Frank Ragnow C Lions Tyler Biadasz C Cowboys Nick Bosa DE 49ers Brian Burns DE Panthers Demarcus Lawrence DE Cowboys Aaron Donald DT Rams Jonathan Allen Commanders DT Dexter Lawrence DT Giants Micah Parsons LB Cowboys Za’Darius Smith LB Vikings Haason Reddick* LB Eagles Danielle Hunter LB Vikings Fred Warner LB 49ers Demario Davis LB Sain ts Darius Slay* CB Eagles Trevon Diggs CB Cowboys Tariq Woolen CB Seahawks Jaire Alexander CB Packers Jalen Ramsey CB Rams Quandre Diggs S Seahawks Budda Baker S Cardinals Talanoa Hufanga S 49ers Jason Myers K Seahawks Tress Way P Commanders KaVontae Turpin KR Cowboys Andrew DePaola LS Vikings Jeremy Reaves ST Commanders

* – Not playing due to Super Bowl berth

Eli Manning is the coach for the NFC side. Former Cowboys passing thrower DeMarcus Ware will call plays for defense, while QB Vanita Crouch of the United States women’s flag football team will call plays for offense.

2023 Pro Bowl Alternates

With many players set to miss the Pro Bowl Games due to injury or the Super Bowl, substitutes have been called in.

Substitutes who have already been replaced in the roster include Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey, Vikings linebacker Danielle Hunter, Packers guard Elgton Jenkins, Lions tackle Penei Sewell, Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St Brown and Vikings running back Dalvin Cook.

The AFC backups are Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence, Ravens QB Tyler Huntley, Bills tight end Dawson Knox, Bills tackle Dion Dawkins, Bills guard Rodger Saffold, Browns guard Wyatt Teller, Titans center Ben Jones, Bills linebacker Matt Milano, Raiders punter AJ Cole and Jaguars kick returner Jamal Agnew.

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