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The 2020 Pro Bowl on Sunday provides a virtual kickoff to the week of hoopla leading up to Super Bowl LIV. This year’s Pro Bowl will be played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. It’s the fourth straight year the NFL’s best comes to the Magic City.
Of course, no members of San Francisco 49ers or Kansas City Chiefs–the Super Bowl participants for this year–will play in the game. As such, the NFL replaced all players selected from both teams for the season-ending all-star game.
Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks coaching staff will head the NFC. John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens coaching staff will coach the AFC.
Below are the updated rosters (including Super Bowl and injury replacements) for each team, and how you can stream the game.
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2020 NFL Pro Bowl
- When: 1pm ET, Sunday, Jan. 26
- Where: Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida
- Streaming: ESPN
NFL Pro Bowl 2020 live stream: How to watch online
The following services offer a one-week trial to ESPN and access the Pro Bowl live stream.
- Cost: $54.99 per month
- Hulu devices: Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, and iOS and Android devices
- Hulu local channels: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, the CW (check your local availability here)
Hulu with Live TV includes sports programming among its offerings, including ESPN and FS1, and as a subscriber to the service, you’ll get free access to Hulu’s sizable on-demand library. (Check out the full list of Hulu Live TV channels.)
2) Sling TV
- Sling TV pricing: $30-$45 per month ($10 off the first month)
- Sling TV devices: Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV,Roku,Xbox One, Google Chromecast, Oculus Go, Microsoft Edge, and iOS and Android devices
- Sling TV local channels: NBC, Fox (check your local availability here)
Sling TV provides two base channel package options, each priced at $30 per month. Sling Orange includes three ESPN channels, while Sling Blue includes sports channels like NFL Network, NBCSN, and local channels.
Sling TV provides two base channel package options, each priced at $30 per month. Sling Orange includes three ESPN channels, while Sling Blue includes sports channels like NFL Network, NBCSN, and local channels. (Sling Blue customers in select markets get NBC, where some matches appear; see if yours has it here. Sling Blue also brings Fox News Channel, MSNBC, and Headline News as part of its regular slate of channels, with Fox Business Channel available for those who get the Sling Blue News Extra add-on.
If you’re Team “Why Not Both,” Sling Orange + Blue combines the two for just $45 per month.
To add beIN SPORTS and ESPN Deportes and maximize your sports-watching potential, you’ll want to add either Sports Extra: Sling Orange ($5 per month) or Sports Extra: Sling Blue ($10 per month, but essentially includes NFL RedZone.)
Spanish-speaking viewers have quite a few options. For bilingual families, you might consider the Español: Best of Spanish TV package for either Sling Orange or Sling Blue for 24/7.
How to use AirTV with Sling
AirTV solves one of Sling’s biggest problems: The inability to receive all of your local channels. By purchasing a basic AirTV for $79.99 or the AirTV Player for $119.99, you can merge those local channels into your Sling TV, (or on your mobile device if you have the basic AirTV). As the Daily Dot wrote in its AirTV review, “It’s practically magic.”
The basic AirTV is a dual-tuner streaming device, while the AirTV Player is basically an upgraded Chromecast that has Netflix preinstalled. You’ll still need to own an HD antenna because even though AirTV gets you access to your local channels, it doesn’t actually physically show them to you.
But AirTV—which has no monthly fee—serves to strengthen one of Sling’s biggest weaknesses compared to other live streaming services like Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and PlayStation Vue. All those services have plenty of local channels.
3) AT&T TV Now
- Cost: $50-$135 per month
- Hulu devices: Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV, iOS and Android devices
- Local channels: NBC, CBS, Fox, ABC, the CW (enter your ZIP code here to check your availability)
AT&T TV Now is a bonus for AT&T wireless customers, especially for those who happen to be soccer fans. It provides instant access to more than 45 channels, including local channels. That means NBC and Fox for football, NBCSN as well as FS1 and FS2 for soccer and college sports, and ESPN and ESPN2 for its array of sports programming. It even offers free HBO on PLUS and MAX channel suites. Plus, it comes with CloudDVR for up to 20 hours of TV recording per month. One account works on two devices, but you can add more devices for only $5.
- Cost: $14.99-24.99 or $39.99-$49.99 per month
- Vidgo devices: Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, iOS and Android devices
Vidgo offers a package for under $40 a month that pulls together more than 60 English-language channels into its National English Package, including ABC, Fox, the ESPN family of channels (including ESPN Deportes), FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes and BeIN Sports for sports fans. It offers an array of entertainment favorites, including A&E, HGTV, History, Lifetime, and a full range of Nickolodeon channels, including TeenNick and NickToons.
College sports fans will love it, too: The ACCN, Big Ten Network, the Longhorn Network, and Pac-12 Network are all on the Core package, and for $10 more, the Plus package offers all six market-specific Pac-12 Networks.
If you just want your Vidgo en Español, it features programming from throughout the Americas and even Spain in two skinny packages. Both the Latino Streaming Plan ($14.99 per month) and Latino Mas Streaming Plan ($24.99 per month) include BeIN’s main Spanish-language channel, TyC Sports, and Azteca America, while the higher tier adds DAZN.
Also, through its Vidgo app, it’s offering the option of Social TV, which allows Vidgo users to connect in real-time as they’re watching programming on their phones.
5) YouTube TV
- Cost: $50 per month
- YouTube TV devices: Google Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Xbox One, iOS and Android devices
- YouTube TV local channels: NBC, CBS, Fox, ABC, the CW (enter your ZIP code here to check your availability)
YouTube TV is a great option for college football fans, including ESPN and FS1, as well as for NFL fans with its access to Fox, CBS, and NBC for Sunday’s action. (Take a look at the full list of YouTube TV channels here.)
AFC Pro Bowl Roster by position
(starters listed in bold)
Quarterback: Lamar Jackson (Ravens); Deshaun Watson (Texans), Ryan Tannehill (Titans); Tannehill is replacing Patrick Mahomes (Chiefs)
Running back: Nick Chubb (Browns), Derrick Henry (Titans), Mark Ingram (Ravens)
Fullback: Patrick Ricard (Ravens)
Tight end: Mark Andrews (Ravens), Jack Doyle (Colts); Doyle is replacing Travis Kelce (Chiefs)
Wide receiver: Keenan Allen (Chargers), Jarvis Landry (Browns), Courtland Sutton (Broncos), DJ Chark (Jaguars); Sutton is replacing DeAndre Hopkins (Texans), Chark is replacing Tyreek Hill (Chiefs)
Tackle: Ronnie Stanley (Ravens), Laremy Tunsil (Texans), Orlando Brown (Ravens); Brown is replacing Trent Brown (Raiders)
Guard: Marshal Yanda (Ravens); Quenton Nelson (Colts); Joel Bitonio (Browns); Bitonio is replacing David DeCastro (Steelers)
Center: Rodney Hudson (Raiders), Ryan Kelly (Colts); Kelly is replacing Maurkice Pouncey (Steelers)
Defensive end: Calais Campbell (Jaguars); Melvin Ingram (Chargers), Josh Allen (Jaguars); Ingram is replacing Joey Bosa (Chargers), Allen is replacing Frank Clark (Chiefs)
Interior lineman: Cameron Heyward (Steelers), Geno Atkins (Bengals), Jurrell Casey (Titans); Casey is replacing Chris Jones (Chiefs)
Outside linebacker: Von Miller (Broncos); T.J. Watt (Steelers); Matt Judon (Ravens)
Inside linebacker: Darius Leonard (Colts), Tremaine Edmunds (Bills); Edmunds is replacing Dont’a Hightower (Patriots)
Cornerback: Stephon Gilmore (Patriots), Tre’Davious White (Bills), Marlon Humphrey (Ravens), Joe Haden (Steelers); Haden is replacing Marcus Peters (Ravens)
Free safety: Minkah Fitzpatrick (Steelers), Earl Thomas (Ravens)
Strong safety: Jamal Adams (Jets)
Punter: Brett Kern (Titans)
Kicker: Justin Tucker (Ravens)
Long snapper: Morgan Cox (Ravens)
Return specialist: Andre Roberts (Bills); Roberts replaces Mecole Hardman (Chiefs)
Special teamer: Matthew Slater (Patriots)
NFC Pro Bowl Roster by position
(starters listed in bold)
Quarterback: Russell Wilson (Seahawks), Drew Brees (Saints), Kirk Cousins (Vikings); Cousins is replacing Aaron Rodgers (Packers)
Running back: Dalvin Cook (Vikings), Ezekiel Elliott (Cowboys), Alvin Kamara (Saints); Kamara is replacing Christian McCaffrey (Panthers)
Fullback: C.J. Ham (Vikings); Ham replaces Kyle Juszczyk (49ers)
Tight end: Zach Ertz (Eagles), Austin Hooper (Falcons); Hooper will replace George Kittle (49ers)
Wide receiver: Michael Thomas (Saints), Mike Evans (Buccaneers), Kenny Golladay (Lions), Davante Adams (Packers); Golladay is replacing Chris Godwin (Buccaneers), Adams is replacing Julio Jones (Falcons)
Tackle: Tyron Smith (Cowboys); Terron Armstead (Saints), Lane Johnson (Eagles); Johnson is replacing David Bakhtiari (Packers)
Guard: Zack Martin (Cowboys), Brandon Scherff (Redskins), Trai Turner (Panthers); Turner is replacing Brandon Brooks (Eagles)
Center: Jason Kelce (Eagles), Travis Frederick (Cowboys)
Defensive end: Cameron Jordan (Saints), Danielle Hunter (Vikings), Everson Griffen (Vikings); Griffen replaces Nick Bosa (49ers)
Interior lineman: Fletcher Cox (Eagles), Grady Jarrett (Falcons), Kenny Clark (Packers); Clark is replacing Aaron Donald (Rams)
Outside linebacker: Chandler Jones (Cardinals), Shaquil Barrett (Buccaneers), Za’Darius Smith (Packers); Smith is replacing Khalil Mack (Bears)
Inside linebacker: Eric Kendricks (Vikings), Jaylon Smith (Cowboys); Kendricks replaces Bobby Wagner (Seahawks), Smith replaces Luke Kuechly (Panthers)
Cornerback: Marshon Lattimore (Saints), Darius Slay (Lions), Kyle Fuller (Bears), Xavier Rhodes (Vikings), Shaquill Griffin (Seahawks); Rhodes replaces Richard Sherman (49ers); Fuller replaces Jalen Ramsey (Rams)
Free safety: Budda Baker (Cardinals), Eddie Jackson (Bears)
Strong safety: Harrison Smith (Vikings)
Punter: Tress Way (Redskins)
Kicker: Wil Lutz (Saints)
Long Snapper: Rick Lovato (Eagles)
Return specialist: Deonte Harris (Saints)
Special teamer: Cordarrelle Patterson (Bears)
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Kahron Spearman is a music and film critic whose work can also regularly be regularly found in the Austin Chronicle.