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NFL Replaces Pro Bowl With ‘The Pro Bowl Games’

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NFL Replaces Pro Bowl , With ‘The Pro Bowl Games’.
CNN reports that on Sept. 26, the NFL announced that it is replacing its annual All-Star game next year.
The new event, "The Pro Bowl Games,'
will consist of a skills competition
and flag football game.
CNN reports that the NFL says the new week-long format will allow players to showcase their skills in new and fun ways.
CNN reports that the NFL says the new week-long format will allow players to showcase their skills in new and fun ways.
The NFL is also campaigning to have flag football added to the 2028 Olympics in Los Angeles.
Peyton Manning, along with his Omaha Productions company, will be involved in several aspects of the production.
Peyton Manning, along with his Omaha Productions company, will be involved in several aspects of the production.
The NFL said it gathered feedback from players, teams and fans prior to making changes to the event.
The NFL said it gathered feedback from players, teams and fans prior to making changes to the event.
CNN reports that in previous years, players
haven't been interested in playing at full speed
and risking injury for an exhibition game.
CNN reports that in previous years, players
haven't been interested in playing at full speed
and risking injury for an exhibition game.
CNN reports that the last Pro Bowl
was the least-watched in 16 years.
Across all platforms, the game only
drew 6.69 million viewers.

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