2022 NFL Pro Bowl
When: Sunday, February 6, 2022
Where: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
TV Schedule: ESPN, 3PM ET
better way to end a long, grueling season than an excuse to play
football in some warm, sunny location surrounded by NFL cheerleaders?
Traditionally preceding the Super
Bowl by a week, the 2022 Pro Bow will be played at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday, February 6, 2022 kicking off live on ESPN at 3PM ET.
In 2022, the Pro Bowl will follow the traditional AFC versus NFC match-up with 88 of the best NFL players doing battle as determined by a consensus of votes by fans, players, and coaches.
The entire 2022 Pro Bowl roster was announced on December 22.
Officially billed as the NFL all-star game, some fans think of it as just an excuse for players to horse around on the field. But in some years, that's definitely not the case as players sometimes see it as a final grudge match to settle old scores.
So you never know what's about to happen at the Pro Bowl!
2022 Pro Bowl - who's playing?
Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady was selected to his 15th Pro Bowl, the most of any player in NFL. history. Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers was selected to his 10th Pro Bowl. Four other all-star quarterbacks on the list include Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes, Los Angeles Chargers’ Justin Herbert, Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson, and Arizona’s Kyler Murray.
Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers
Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens
Jonathan Taylor, Indianapolis Colts
Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns
Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals
Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs
Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals
Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills
Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers
Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens
Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs
Rashawn Slater, Los Angeles Chargers
Orlando Brown, Kansas City Chiefs
Dion Dawkins, Buffalo Bills
Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis Colts
Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns
Wyatt Teller, Cleveland Browns
Corey Linsley, Los Angeles Chargers
Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts
Patrick Ricard, Baltimore Ravens
Myles Garrett, Cleveland Browns
Maxx Crosby, Las Vegas Raiders
Trey Hendrickson, Cincinnati Bengals
DeForest Buckner, Indianapolis Colts
Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs
Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh Steelers
T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers
Joey Bosa, Los Angeles Chargers
Matt Judon, New England Patriots
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
Luke Rhodes, Indianapolis Colts
A.J. Cole, Las Vegas Raiders
Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens
Devin Duvernay, Baltimore Ravens
Matthew Slater, New England Patriots
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals
Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings
James Conner, Arizona Cardinals
Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints
Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams
Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers
Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings
Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers
George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers
Kyle Pitts, Atlanta Falcons
Trent Williams, San Francisco 49ers
Tristan Wirfs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tyron Smith, Dallas Cowboys
Zack Martin, Dallas Cowboys
Brandon Scherff, Washington Football Team
Ali Marpet, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles
Ryan Jensen, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco 49ers
Nick Bosa, San Francisco 49ers
Brian Burns, Carolina Panthers
Cameron Jordan, New Orleans Saints
Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams
Jonathan Allen, Washington Football Team
Kenny Clark, Green Bay Packers
Chandler Jones, Arizona Cardinals
Robert Quinn, Chicago Bears
Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Trevon Diggs, Dallas Cowboys
Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams
Darius Slay, Philadelphia Eagles
Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans Saints
Quandre Diggs, Seattle Seahawks
Budda Baker, Arizona Cardinals
Harrison Smith, Minnesota Vikings
Josh Harris, Atlanta Falcons
Bryan Anger, Dallas Cowboys
Matt Gay, Los Angeles Rams
Jakeem Grant, Chicago Bears
J.T. Gray, New Orleans Saints
DID YOU KNOW? Pro Bowl trivia & fun facts
Peyton Manning at
the 2005 Pro Bowl in Hawaii.
Record holder for most Pro Bowl completions,
and touchdown passes.
• The first NFL All-Star Game was at Wrigley Field in Los Angeles in 1939. The first modern Pro Bowl was in 1971.
• The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its all-stars. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting in 1995.
• Peyton Manning, Tony Gonzalez, Bruce Matthews and Merlin Olsen hold the record for most Pro Bowl nominations with 14 each.
• Most points by a Pro Bowl player? It's Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers kicker David Akers, who has 57 career points.
• Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald holds the record for most Pro Bowl touchdowns with eight.
• Peyton Manning holds career records for most Pro Bowl completions, passing yards and touchdown passes.
• Until 2017, the Pro Bowl was played every year but two (2010 and 2015) in the Aloha Stadium in Hawaii.
More about the Pro Bowl around the Web:
Events: 2022 Pro Bowl - Check out the official site with the latest news, ticket and travel package information, player profiles & interviews,
photos, video highlights, complete AFC and NFC rosters, plus game recaps with play by play, stats.
Bowl - Wikipedia - Get a complete overview with historical facts, information on memorable games & plays, notable Pro Bowl
selections, related stats, photos, references & resources.