2014 NFL Pro Bowl live stream: How to watch online

January 25, 2014; Honolulu, HI, USA; NFL cheerleaders of the Denver Broncos and the Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins and the St. Louis Rams and the Buffalo Bills and the Carolina Panthers pose during the 2014 Pro Bowl Ohana Day at Aloha Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

For those who are interested, Sunday night there will be a game known as the Pro Bowl that takes place in Honolulu, Hawaii. This year’s game will be like none before, with the conference allegiance dropped and two teams captained by Pro Football Hall of Famers go at it.

Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders will captain the teams, and the NFL hopes that this will bring the competitive spirit out of the players more than ever before. We will have to wait and see if that works.

If you are unable to catch the game on TV and still want to tune in, you can watch on your laptop or mobile device.

How can you tune in to tonight’s all-star game? Here is all of the information that you will need to know to catch Team Rice vs. Team Sanders:

Date: Sunday, Jan. 26
Start Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location:
 Honolulu, Hawaii
Stadium:
 Aloha Stadium
TV Info: NBC
Live StreamNBC Sports Live Extra 
Rosters:

Team Sanders: 

  • Andrew Luck, quarterback, Indianapolis Colts
  • Cam Newton, quarterback, Carolina Panthers
  • Nick Foles, quarterback, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Jamaal Charles, running back, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Eddie Lacy, running back, Green Bay Packers
  • Alfred Morris, running back, Washington Redskins
  • Marcel Reece, fullback, Oakland Raiders
  • Dez Bryant, wide receiver, Dallas Cowboys
  • A.J. Green, wide receiver, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Antonio Brown, wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • DeSean Jackson, wide receiver, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Jordan Cameron, tight end, Cleveland Browns
  • Jason Witten, tight end, Dallas Cowboys
  • Duane Brown, offensive tackle, Houston Texans
  • Trent Williams, offensive tackle, Washington Redskins
  • Branden Albert, offensive tackle, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Marshal Yanda, guard, Baltimore Ravens
  • Logan Mankins, guard, New England Patriots
  • Kyle Long, guard, Chicago Bears
  • Mike Pouncey, center, Miami Dolphins
  • Alex Mack, center, Cleveland Browns
  • J.J. Watt, defensive end, Houston Texans
  • Greg Hardy, defensive end, Carolina Panthers
  • Mario Williams, defensive end, Buffalo Bills
  • Ndamukon Suh, defensive tackle, Detroit Lions
  • Gerald McCoy, defensive tackle, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Dontari Poe, defensive tackle, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Luke Kuechly, inside linebacker, Carolina Panthers
  • Paul Posluszny, inside linebacker, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Tamba Hali, outside linebacker, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Brian Orakpo, outside linebacker, Washington Redskins
  • Terrell Suggs, outside linebacker, Baltimore Ravens
  • Patrick Peterson, cornerback, Arizona Cardinals
  • Darrelle Revis, cornerback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Brent Grimes, cornerback, Miami Dolphins
  • Tim Jennings, cornerback, Chicago Bears
  • Eric Berry, safety, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Eric Weddle, safety, San Diego Chargers
  • T.J. Ward, safety, Cleveland Browns
  • Cordarrell Patterson, return man, Minnesota Vikings
  • Justin Tucker, kicker, Baltimore Ravens
  • Brandon Fields, punter, Miami Dolphins
  • J.J. Jansen, long snapper, Carolina Panthers
  • Matthew Slater, special teams, New England Patriots

Team Rice: 

  • Drew Brees, quarterback, New Orleans Saints
  • Philip Rivers, quarterback, San Diego Chargers
  • Alex Smith, quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs
  • LeSean McCoy, running back, Philadelphia Eagles
  • DeMarco Murray, running back, Dallas Cowboys
  • Matt Forte, running back, Chicago Bears
  • Mike Tolbert, fullback, Carolina Panthers
  • Josh Gordon, wide receiver, Cleveland Browns
  • Alshon Jeffery, wide receiver, Chicago Bears
  • Brandon Marshall, wide receiver, Chicago Bears
  • Larry Fitzgerald, wide receiver, Arizona Cardinals
  • Jimmy Graham, tight end, New Orleans Saints
  • Tony Gonzalez, tight end, Atlanta Falcons
  • Joe Thomas, offensive tackle, Cleveland Browns
  • Tyron Smith, offensive tackle, Dallas Cowboys
  • Jordan Gross, offensive tackle, Carolina Panthers
  • Jahri Evans, guard, New Orleans Saints
  • Ben Grubbs, guard, New Orleans Saints
  • Evan Mathis, guard, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Ryan Kalil, center, Carolina Panthers
  • Nick Mangold, center, New York Jets
  • Robert Quinn, defensive end, St. Louis Rams
  • Cameron Jordan, defensive end, New Orleans Saints
  • Cameron Wake, defensive end, Miami Dolphins
  • Jason Hatcher, defensive tackle, Dallas Cowboys
  • Marcell Dareus, defensive tackle, Buffalo Bills
  • Kyle Williams, defensive tackle, Buffalo Bills
  • Vontaze Burfict, inside linebacker, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Derrick Johnson, inside linebacker, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Justin Houston, outside linebacker, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Robert Mathis, outside linebacker, Indianapolis Colts
  • John Abraham, outside linebacker, Arizona Cardinals
  • Joe Haden, cornerback, Cleveland Browns
  • Brandon Flowers, cornerback, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Antonio Cromartie, cornerback, New York Jets
  • Alterraun Verner, cornerback, Tennessee Titans
  • Eric Reid, safety, San Francisco 49ers
  • Jairus Byrd, safety, Buffalo Bills
  • Antrell Rolle, safety, New York Giants
  • Dexter McCluster, return man, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Stephen Gostowski, kicker, New England Patriots
  • Johnny Hekker, punter, St. Louis Rams
  • Matt Overton, long snapper, Indianapolis Colts
  • Justin Bethel, special teamer, Arizona Cardinals

Which team do you think will come away with the win? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts and predictions.

Topics: NFL, Pro Bowl

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