How to watch and stream the 2023 Pro Bowl

The 2023 Pro Bowl flag football game between the AFC and NFC will be played at Allegiant Stadium just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, Feb. 5. Because the all-star event now includes several skills challenges, the NFL has remained it the Pro Bowl Games.

Kickoff for the flag football game has been scheduled for 1 p.m. MT. The flag football game will be nationally televised on ESPN, ABC, Disney XD and ESPN Deportes (Spanish). Fans can stream the Pro Bowl on Disney+ and on fuboTV (try it free).

Peyton Manning (AFC) and Eli Manning (NFC) are serving as the head coaches of their respective conferences. The brothers helped promote the Pro Bowl Games with a series of funny commercials leading up to the events.

The Denver Broncos will be represented at the Pro Bowl by cornerback Pat Surtain. He participated in the #BestCatch skills competition on Thursday and will start on defense for the AFC in the flag football game on Sunday.

To view the 2023 Pro Bowl rosters for AFC and NFC, click here.

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