NFL Pro Bowl 2020 Live Stream: NFL Pro Bowl 2020: Date, how to watch, live stream, location and full updated rosters for AFC and NFC. NFL Pro Bowl rule changes, explained: Here’s what’s new for 2020, including no-kickoff experiment.
The NFL is going Dua Lipa on the 2020 Pro Bowl: The league is experimenting with two new rules for the game (we counted) for Sunday’s all-star game in Orlando (3 p.m. ET, ESPN).
One involves an alternative to onside kicks. The other involves receivers and penalties.
As Super Bowl LIV preparation gets underway, there still is a professional football game on the calendar this weekend. The 2020 Pro Bowl will be played in Orlando for the fourth consecutive year, a kickoff of sorts for Super Bowl week.
Per the recent NFL tradition, no San Francisco 49ers or Kansas City Chiefs players will participate in the game (a reward for reaching the Super Bowl since the game is played a week prior to the league’s championship game). With the Chiefs and 49ers players not participating, the league had to replace players for both teams for the annual all-star game.
Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks coaching staff will lead the NFC and John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens coaching staff will coach the AFC.
Here’s how you can watch the game, and below that, you’ll be able to see the full roster for each team.
How to Watch 2020 Pro Bowl
Date: Sunday, Jan. 26 | Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Location: Camping World Stadium (Orlando, Florida)
TV: ABC/ESPN/Disney XD | Stream: WatchESPN
Follow: CBS Sports App | Announcers: Joe Tessitore, Jason Witten, Booger McFarland and Lisa Salters (Sideline)
The rule changes will make the Pro Bowl interesting, especially if teams decide to test fate with the fourth-and-15 rule. It could be a sign of things to come for the NFL in the 2020 season and beyond.