Packers receiver Jordy Nelson is recovering from hip surgery. Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy said at the league meeting that Nelson felt hip pain at the Pro Bowl and had surgery after that. “He had some post-season work done,” McCarthy said, via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “He’ll be fine in a couple of weeks. I’ve…
Houston Texans Pro Bowl defensive end J.J. Watt became the highest-paid defensive player in the NFL last year when he signed a six-year, $100 million contract. Earlier this month, Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh surpassed Watt...Show More Summary
PHOENIX -- Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh knows one of the biggest challenges for his defense is replacing five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. He just believes the Ravens already have the players in place to fillShow More Summary
Kellen Winslow Jr. moved to Austin, Texas last year to re-make himself. The former Pro Bowl tight end wanted a fresh start in a fresh city. He also wanted hills. Really long hills. Winslow says he wants to be the first former football player to make the jump to professional cycling. Show More Summary
PHOENIX -- Steve McLendon had the misfortune of following Casey Hampton, who made five Pro Bowls in 12 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers and looked the part of nose tackle as much as any player ever did. But McLendon, a battler who made the NFL as an undrafted free agent, has held his own since replacing Hampton in the middle of Steelers’ defense. Show More Summary
The Pro Bowl uniforms have undergone a golden makeover to commemorate the Super Bowl's golden anniversary.
Free agent pass rusher Anthony Spencer had two of his best seasons under defensive coordinator Rob Ryan in Dallas from 2011-2012, registering 17 sacks and making his lone Pro Bowl appearance. Spencer hasn’t been the same since, but that’s not because Ryan left town. Spencer wrecked his knee in 2013 and required microfracture surgery. He’s…
According to a report, the NFL is considering putting the Pro Bowl in Brazil in 2017.
The reinvention of the Pro Bowl continues, with a report suggesting the beleaguered postseason All-Star game could be heading to South America.
Maybe this will pep up the Pro Bowl. The NFL reportedly is considering whether to take its 2017 all-star game to South America. Specifically, to Brazil. The country, which hosted the 2014 World Cup and will host the 2016 Summer Olympics, has several venues large enough to accommodate the game and, Alex Marvez of Fox […]
Having just hosted the world’s biggest futbol event, Brazil may be in line for a slightly less important game of football. According to Alex Marvez of FOX Sports, the NFL is considering Brazil as a possible candidate for the 2017 Pro Bowl. For players who grumble about having to play the all-star game at the…
Give the NFL credit. They keep trying new and inventive things in attempt to make the Pro Bowl more interesting to fans. The reality is that football doesn’t lend itself to an all-star game, so there’s an imaginary cap on how interesting the game will ever be. Regardless, they’re still trying. In fact, they may […]
Perhaps football fans in the Southern Hemisphere will be unaware what a farce the NFL's Pro Bowl is. The NFL is reportedly considering moving its 2017 all-star game to Brazil, Fox Sports' Alex Marvez reported. That will be a topic of...Show More Summary
The NFL is reportedly looking at Brazil as a possible landing spot for a future Pro Bowl.
The NFL's latest attempt to rejuvenate interest in the Pro Bowl has been taking it to different locations. If a current plan comes to fruition, it may soon involve taking the game out of the United States altogether. Continue for updates. NFL...Show More Summary
Phoenix, Miami and Honolulu have hosted the NFL's annual all-star game in recent years. The NFL is considering Brazil as a possible host for the 2017 Pro Bowl, according to Alex Marvez of Fox Sports. It would mark the first time theShow More Summary
Kellen Winslow Jr.'s NFL career might be over, but he's decided to channel his competitive drive and focus on DOMINATING a whole new sport... cycling. The former Pro Bowl tight end -- who played 10 seasons in the NFL -- has been training like a…
Patrick Willis made seven Pro Bowls and a strong case for the Pro Football Hall of Fame yet his sudden retirement at 30 paled in comparison to that of a lesser 49ers linebacker.
It's been an interesting offseason for the Miami Dolphins, to say the least. The team is in the process of a major makeover for 2015, highlighted by the $114 million signing of Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and the trade of former No. Show More Summary
In the span of about two weeks, 15 NFL players with a combined 24 Pro Bowl berths were swapped around 10 different NFL rosters. This March been the wildest month of trades in the last 20 years, and it isn't even over. More than that,...Show More Summary