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NFL Discussing What To Do About The Pro Bowl… It Could Go Away!

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DENVER – SEPTEMBER 16: A close up of the official NFL ‘The Duke’ game ball complete with commissioner Roger Goodell’s signature as the Denver Broncos defeated the Oakland Raiders 23-20 in overtime during week two NFL action at Invesco Field at Mile High on September 16, 2007 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

This is probably overdue actually.

NFL officials are discussing the future of the Pro Bowl – including whether or not to even have the game at all.
According to reports, the league is considering “alternative events” that would showcase the league’s top players, without a tackle football game that – let’s be honest – neither the players or the fans care much about.

The 2022 Pro Bowl drew just 6.7 million viewers, the smallest audience in 16 years.

What would you do about the Pro Bowl? Should they ditch the actual game?

Ideas like this sound kind of fun!