2017 Pro Bowl: Full AFC and NFC rosters, how to watch and stream

The 2017 Pro Bowl is coming to your television set on Sunday evening. Unlike the brand new skills challenge, we know how the Pro Bowl will go. There are going to be a bunch of sort amusing moments and a lot of not-really-trying efforts from the players involved.

It's worth noting that some of the guys, like Bucs wideout Mike Evans, figured out there's some money to be made. So there should be a little bit more effort than we're expecting.

"I just realized it's double the money if you win, so I'm going hard," Evans said, via NFL.com's Connor Orr.

If you want to watch the 2017 Pro Bowl, tune into ESPN or fire up Watch ESPN at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 29 and you can check out the AFC and NFC doing battle at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

Here are all the details for the players, with help from NFL.com. Note there are roughly 345,634 replacements in this year's Pro Bowl. Players marked with an asterisk (*) are listed as starters.

AFC Offense
Quarterback: Alex Smith*, Chiefs; Andy Dalton, Bengals; Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers
Running back: DeMarco Murray*, Titans; Jay Ajayi, Dolphins; Melvin Gordon, Chargers
Wide receiver: Jarvis Landry*, Dolphins; T.Y. Hilton*, Colts; Demaryius Thomas, Broncos; Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos
Tight end: Travis Kelce*, Chiefs; Delanie Walker, Titans
Tackle: Joe Thomas*, Browns; Taylor Lewan*, Titans; Andrew Whitworth, Bengals
Guard: Kelechi Osemele*, Raiders; David DeCastro*, Steelers; Richie Incognito, Bills
Center: Rodney Hudson*, Raiders; Jeremy Zuttah, Ravens
Fullback: Kyle Juszcyzyk*, Ravens

AFC Defense
Defense end: Khalil Mack*, Raiders; Cameron Wake*, Dolphins; Jadeveon Clowney, Texans
Interior linemen: Geno Atkins*, Bengals; Ndamukong Suh*, Dolphins; Jurrell Casey, Titans
Outside linebacker: Von Miller*, Broncos; Lorenzo Alexander*, Bills; Brian Orakpo, Titans
Inside/middle linebacker: Ryan Shazier*, Steelers; Zach Brown, Bills
Cornerback: Aqib Talib*, Broncos; Casey Hayward*, Chargers; Chris Harris, Broncos; Stephon Gilmore, Buffalo
Free safety: Reggie Nelson*, Raiders; Eric Weddle, Ravens
Strong safety: Darian Stewart*, Broncos

AFC Special Teams
Punter: Dustin Colquitt*, Chiefs
Kicker: Justin Tucker*, Ravens
Long snapper: Morgan Cox*, Ravens
Return specialist: Tyreek Hill*, Chiefs
Special teamer: D.J. Alexander*, Chiefs

NFC Offense
Quarterback: Dak Prescott*, Cowboys; Drew Brees, Saints; Kirk Cousins, Redskins
Running back: Ezekiel Elliott*, Cowboys; Jordan Howard, Bears; Devonta Freeman, Falcons
Wide receiver: Odell Beckham*, Giants; Mike Evans, Buccaneers; Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals; Dez Bryant, Cowboys
Tight end: Greg Olsen*, Panthers; Jimmy Graham, Seahawks
Tackle: Tyron Smith*, Cowboys; Trent Williams*, Redskins; David Bakhtiari, Packers
Guard: Zack Martin*, Cowboys; Trai Turner*, Panthers; Josh Sitton, Bears
Center: Travis Frederick*, Cowboys; Jason Kelce, Eagles
Fullback: Mike Tolbert*, Panthers

NFC Defense
Defensive end: Everson Griffen*, Vikings; Cliff Avril*, Seahawks; Michael Bennett, Seahawks
Interior linemen: Gerald McCoy*, Buccaneers; Fletcher Cox*, Eagles; Linval Joseph, Vikings
Outside linebacker: K.J. Wright*, Seahawks; Thomas Davis*, Panthers; Anthony Barr, Vikings
Inside/middle linebacker: Bobby Wagner*, Seahawks; Sean Lee, Cowboys
Cornerback: Janoris Jenkins*, Giants; Patrick Peterson*, Cardinals; Richard Sherman, Seahawks; Xavier Rhodes, Vikings
Free safety: Harrison Smith*, Vikings; Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Packers
Strong safety: Landon Collins*, Giants

NFC Special Teams
Punter: Johnny Hekker*, Rams
Kicker: Matt Prater*, Lions
Long snapper: Jake McQuaide*, Rams
Return specialist: Cordarrelle Patterson*, Vikings
Special teamer: Dwayne Harris*, Giants

Players Replaced
QB: Derek Carr (injured) replaced by Smith; Tom Brady (Super Bowl) replaced by Dalton; Aaron Rodgers (?) replaced by Cousins; Matt Ryan (Super Bowl) replaced by Drew Brees
Running back: LeSean McCoy (injured) replaced by Ajayi; Le'Veon Bell (injured) replaced by Gordon; David Johnson (injured) replaced by Howard; Devonta Freeman (Super Bowl) replaced by Sproles
Wide receiver: Amari Cooper (injured) replaced by Sanders; A.J. Green (injured) replaced by Landry; Antonio Brown (injured) replaced by Thomas; Julio Jones (Super Bowl) replaced by Bryant
Tight End: Jordan Reed (injured) replaced by Graham
Tackle: Donald Penn (injured) replaced by Whitworth; Jason Peters (injured) replaced by Bakhtiari
Guard: Marshal Yanda (injured) replaced by Incognito; Brandon Scherff (injured) replaced by Turner; T.J. Lang (injured) replaced by Sitton
Center: Ryan Kalil (injured) replaced by Wood; Maurkice Pouncey (injured) replaced by Zuttah; Alex Mack (Super Bowl) replaced by Kelce
Linebacker: Dont'a Hightower (Super Bowl) replaced by Brown; C.J. Mosley (injured) replaced by Shazier; Ryan Kerrigan (injured) replaced by Wright; Vic Beasley (Super Bowl) replaced by Barr; Luke Kuechly (injured) replaced by Lee
Defense end: Jadeveon Clowney (injured) replaced by Dunlap; Khalil Mack (injured) replaced by Williams
Defensive tackle: Aaron Donald (injured) replaced by Joseph
Cornerback: Marcus Peters (injured) replaced by Gilmore
Strong safety: Eric Berry (injured) replaced by Stewart
Free safety: Devin McCourty (Super Bowl) replaced by Weddle
Punter: Pat McAfee (injured) replaced by Colquitt
Kicker: Matt Bryant (Super Bowl) replaced by Prater
Special teamer: Matthew Slater (Super Bowl) replaced by Alexander


How to watch, stream 2017 NFL Pro Bowl in Orlando: Start time, TV channel

That's right, folks, it's that time of year. The week between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl can only mean one thing: The Pro Bowl is upon us! Try to contain the excitement, please.

After three years featuring "unconferenced" teams with players selected not based on their AFC or NFC affiliation but voting by fans, coaches and players, the Pro Bowl will again return to the traditional conference vs. conference setup. Each conference will be led by two Legends Captains for each side of the ball: Hall of Fame running back Jerome Bettis and future Hall of Famers Tony Gonzalez, Ray Lewis and Charles Woodson.
The Pro Bowl will be played in Orlando, Florida, this year. From 1980-2009, the game was in Hawaii. It moved to Miami in 2010, returned to Hawaii for five of the next six years (Glendale, Arizona, had the game in 2015), and now it comes to central Florida.

How to Watch
  • What: AFC vs. NFC
  • When: Sunday, Jan. 29, 8 p.m. ET
  • Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida
  • TV: ESPN
  • Streaming: WatchESPN

What to look for
The league, in an effort to make Pro Bowl week somehow more exciting, has introduced a new event: Wide receivers catching footballs dropped by a drone. Unfortunately, this hasn't been incorporated into the actual game, but one can dream.

Legends talk Pro Bowl

Bettis on the Pro Bowl: "Playing in the Pro Bowl was always exciting for me," he said back in October, via NFL.com. "It meant a lot to be recognized as one of the best in the game, and I'm looking forward to returning as a captain and sharing in the experience with the current and next generation of football's best."

Gonzalez: "One thing that made my Pro Bowl experiences so special was getting to share them with my family. Pro Bowl Week in Orlando brings that to a whole new level, and I'm excited to be a part of this event that brings together the entire football community -- players, coaches, families and fans -- to celebrate the game's best."

Ray Lewis: "The return to the traditional AFC-NFC format will add another level of excitement to the game this year. I'm looking forward to the opportunity to come back as a captain to lead the AFC and help inspire young athletes who hope to one day be on the Pro Bowl stage."

Charles Woodson: "I learned a lot from the veterans I played alongside during my career, and now I have the opportunity during Pro Bowl week to give back and impact current players and young athletes."

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