How to stream the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl for free

The 2019 Pro Bowl offers one last chance to watch the NFL’s biggest stars lace up their cleats before the Super Bowl and the offseason. Below, you’ll find everything you need to know to watch the Pro Bowl online for free, including the full Pro Bowl roster for both divisions and a breakdown of the players selected by team.

NFL Pro Bowl 2019

When is the Pro Bowl? 3pm ET, Sunday, Jan. 27

Where is the Pro Bowl? Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

What channel is the Pro Bowl on? ESPN

NFL Pro Bowl 2019 live stream: How to watch online for free

Each of the following live TV streaming services offer ESPN and a free trial to get started. Not sure which one makes the most sense for you? Check out the channel selection for each service and our linked guides to their compatible devices. Those two factors should make your decision a lot easier.

1) Sling TV

Sling TV offers a batch of ESPN channels in its bargain-priced Sling Orange package ($25 per month) and its upgrade option, Sling Orange + Blue ($40 per month), and even more ESPN channels with the Sling Orange Sports Extra add-on, making it a great option for NFL fans. (You can read our full Sling TV review here.) Sling TV offers the cheapest avenue for watching NFL RedZone (more relevant for next season, but still worth noting) and all sorts of essential channels. (Here’s a complete guide to Sling TV channels.)

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2) Hulu with Live TV

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Hulu with Live TV

Hulu with Live TV has all of the essentials when it comes to streaming live sports. Even better, its 50-plus channel lineup includes six ESPN channels, seven if you include SEC Network. (Here’s the complete list of Hulu Live TV channels.) While you won’t be able to add NFL RedZone or NFL Network, Hulu has one thing none of its competitors can match: a massive library of on-demand entertainment you can watch anytime. Here are guides to the best movies, documentaries, anime, and Hulu original series to watch to get you started. Even after a recent price hike, it’s still one of the best deals around.

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3) PlayStation Vue

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PlayStation Vue’s Access channels

  • Cost: $44.99-$79.99 per month (after a seven-day free trial)
  • Devices: PlayStation 3 and 4, Roku, Amazon Fire, Google Chromecast, Kodi, iOS and Android devices
  • Local channels: NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS (enter your ZIP code here to check your availability)
  • ESPN: Yes (PlayStation Vue Access and above)
  • NFL Network: Yes (PlayStation Vue Core and above)
  • NFL RedZone: Yes (PlayStation Vue Sports Pack)

PlayStation Vue offers a comparable channel list as Hulu with Live TV and YouTube TV at a slightly higher price point. One thing that sets it apart: You can stream on up to five devices at once, and you can upgrade your account to include nearly 80 channels. (Here are all of PlayStation Vue channels.)

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4) DirecTV Now

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DirecTV Now’s Live a Little

By far the most comprehensive option, DirecTV Now is the online version of DirecTV, and it offers five distinct channel packages at prices that are still far below cable. The entry-level Live a Little package ($40 per month) has pretty much everything you need to stream the Pro Bowl today, plus cable essentials like CNN, ESPN, and MTV. But you get a whopping 125 channels if you upgrade to the $75-per-month Gotta Have It package. Worth noting: If you’re an AT&T Unlimited customer, you’ll save $25 a month on any DirecTV Now package. (You can view the full DirecTV Now channels list here.)

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5) YouTube TV

YouTube TV offers a simple and compelling package for sports fans. In addition to all of the local channels, you’ll get ESPN, a couple of college sports networks, and specialty channels like NBA TV and MLB Network. While it’s light on extras like NFL RedZone, YouTube TV is great if you have roommates you’re looking to split the cost with. Each subscription supports up to six accounts per household, and each comes with unlimited cloud DVR. (You can find the full list of YouTube TV channels here.)

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AFC PRO BOWL ROSTER 2019 BY POSITION

OFFENSE

Wide receiver: DeAndre Hopkins*, Houston Texans; Tyreek Hill*, Kansas City Chiefs; Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers; Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers; JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers (sub for Brown); Jarvis Landry, Cleveland Browns (sub for Hopkins)

Tackle: Taylor Lewan*, Tennessee Titans; Alejandro Villanueva*, Pittsburgh Steelers; Eric Fisher, Kansas City Chiefs

Guard: David DeCastro*, Pittsburgh Steelers; Marshal Yanda*, Baltimore Ravens; Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis Colts, Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns (sub for DeCastro)

Center: Maurkice Pouncey*, Pittsburgh Steelers; Mike Pouncey, Los Angeles Chargers

Tight end: Travis Kelce*, Kansas City Chiefs; Eric Ebron, Indianapolis Colts; Jared Cook, Oakland Raiders (sub for Kelce)

Quarterback: Patrick Mahomes*, Kansas City Chiefs; Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers; Tom Brady, New England Patriots; Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts (sub for Rivers); Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans (sub for Brady)

Running back: James Conner*, Pittsburgh Steelers; Melvin Gordon, Los Angeles Chargers; Phillip Lindsay, Denver Broncos; Lamar Miller, Houston Texans (sub for Lindsay)

Fullback: Anthony Sherman*, Kansas City Chiefs

DEFENSE

Defensive end: J.J. Watt*, Houston Texans; Myles Garrett*, Cleveland Browns; Melvin Ingram, Los Angeles Chargers; Calais Campbell, Jacksonville Jaguars (sub for Watt)

Interior lineman: Geno Atkins*, Cincinnati Bengals; Jurrell Casey*, Tennessee Titans; Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh Steelers; Kyle Williams, Buffalo Bills (sub for Casey); Brandon Williams, Baltimore Ravens (sub for Atkins)

Outside linebacker: Von Miller*, Denver Broncos; Jadeveon Clowney*, Houston Texans; Dee Ford, Kansas City Chiefs; T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers (sub for Clowney)

Inside linebacker: C.J. Mosley*, Baltimore Ravens; Benardrick McKinney, Houston Texans

Cornerback: Xavien Howard*, Miami Dolphins; Jalen Ramsey*, Jacksonville Jaguars; Stephon Gilmore, New England Patriots; Denzel Ward, Cleveland Browns; Chris Harris Jr., Denver Broncos (sub for Harris)

Free safety: Derwin James*, Los Angeles Chargers; Eric Weddle, Baltimore Ravens

Strong safety: Jamal Adams*, New York Jets

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker: Jason Myers*, New York Jets

Long snapper: Casey Kreiter, Denver Broncos

Punter: Brett Kern*, Tennessee Titans

Return specialist: Andre Roberts*, New York Jets

Special teamer: Adrian Phillips*, Los Angeles Chargers

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OFFENSE

Wide receiver: Julio Jones*, Atlanta Falcons; Michael Thomas*, New Orleans Saints; Adam Thielen, Minnesota Vikings; Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers; Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (sub for Jones); Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys (sub for Thomas)

Tackle: Tyron Smith*, Dallas Cowboys; Terron Armstead*, New Orleans Saints; Trent Williams, Washington Redskins; Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles (sub for Smith); Jake Matthews, Atlanta Falcons (sub for Williams)

Guard: Zack Martin*, Dallas Cowboys; Brandon Brooks*, Philadelphia Eagles; Trai Turner, Carolina Panthers; Andrus Peat, New Orleans Saints (sub for Brooks); Larry Warford, New Orleans Saints (sub for Martin)

Center: Alex Mack*, Atlanta Falcons; Max Unger, New Orleans Saints

Tight end: Zach Ertz*, Philadelphia Eagles; George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers; Austin Hooper, Atlanta Falcons (sub for Ertz)

Quarterback: Drew Brees*, New Orleans Saints; Jared Goff, Los Angeles Rams; Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers; Mitchell Trubisky, Chicago Bears (sub for Goff); Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks (sub for Rodgers); Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys (sub for Brees)

Running back: Todd Gurley*, Los Angeles Rams; Saquon Barkley, New York Giants; Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys; Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints (sub for Gurley)

Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk*, San Francisco 49ers

DEFENSE

Defensive end: Cameron Jordan*, New Orleans Saints; DeMarcus Lawrence*, Dallas Cowboys; Danielle Hunter, Minnesota Vikings

Interior lineman: Aaron Donald*, Los Angeles Rams; Fletcher Cox*, Philadelphia Eagles; Akiem Hicks, Chicago Bears; Kawann Short, Carolina Panthers (sub for Donald)

Outside linebacker: Khalil Mack*, Chicago Bears; Ryan Kerrigan*, Washington Redskins; Anthony Barr, Minnesota Vikings, Olivier Vernon, New York Giants (sub for Mack)

Inside linebacker: Luke Kuechly*, Carolina Panthers; Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks; Leighton Vander Esch, Dallas Cowboys (sub for Kuechly)

Cornerback: Kyle Fuller*, Chicago Bears; Patrick Peterson*, Arizona Cardinals; Darius Slay, Detroit Lions; Byron Jones, Dallas Cowboys

Free safety: Eddie Jackson*, Chicago Bears; Harrison Smith, Minnesota Vikings

Strong safety: Landon Collins*, New York Giants; Malcolm Jenkins, Philadelphia Eagles (sub for Collins)

SPECIAL TEAMS

Kicker: Aldrick Rosas*, New York Giants

Long snapper: To be named by coach

Punter: Michael Dickson*, Seattle Seahawks

Return specialist: Tarik Cohen*, Chicago Bears

Special teamer: Cory Littleton*, Los Angeles Rams; Michael Thomas, New York Giants (sub for Littleton)

2019 AFC PRO BOWL ROSTER BY TEAM

Baltimore Ravens (4): ILB C.J. Mosley*, FS Eric Weddle, G Marshal Yanda*; Brandon Williams, DT

Buffalo Bills (1): DT Kyle Williams

Cincinnati Bengals (1): DT Geno Atkins*

Cleveland Browns (3): DE Myles Garrett*, CB Denzel Ward, WR Jarvis Landry

Denver Broncos (3): RB Phillip Lindsay, OLB Von Miller*, Casey Kreiter, LS, CB Chris Harris Jr.

Houston Texans (6): OLB Jadeveon Clowney*, WR DeAndre Hopkins*, ILB Benardrick McKinney, DE J.J. Watt*, RB Lamar Miller, QB Deshaun Watson

Indianapolis Colts (3): TE Eric Ebron, G Quenton Nelson, Andrew Luck, QB

Jacksonville Jaguars (2): CB Jalen Ramsey*, DE Calais Campbell

Kansas City Chiefs (6): OT Eric Fisher, OLB Dee Ford, WR Tyreek Hill*, TE Travis Kelce*, QB Patrick Mahomes*, FB Anthony Sherman*

Los Angeles Chargers (7): WR Keenan Allen, RB Melvin Gordon, DE Melvin Ingram, FS Derwin James*, ST Adrian Phillips*, C Mike Pouncey, QB Philip Rivers

Miami Dolphins (1): CB Xavien Howard*

New England Patriots (2): QB Tom Brady, CB Stephon Gilmore

New York Jets (3): SS Jamal Adams*, K Jason Myers*, RS Andre Roberts*

Oakland Raiders (1): TE Jared Cook

Pittsburgh Steelers (7): WR Antonio Brown, RB James Conner*, G David DeCastro*, DT Cameron Heyward, C Maurkice Pouncey*, OT Alejandro Villanueva*, WR JuJu Smith-Schuster

Tennessee Titans (3): DT Jurrell Casey*, P Brett Kern*, OT Taylor Lewan*

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Arizona Cardinals (1): CB Patrick Peterson*

Atlanta Falcons (3): WR Julio Jones*, C Alex Mack*, OT Jake Matthews

Carolina Panthers (3): ILB Luke Kuechly*, G Trai Turner, DT Kawann Short

Chicago Bears (6): RS Tarik Cohen*, CB Kyle Fuller*, DT Akiem Hicks, FS Eddie Jackson*, OLB Khalil Mack*, QB Mitchell Trubisky

Dallas Cowboys (8): RB Ezekiel Elliott, CB Byron Jones, DE DeMarcus Lawrence*, G Zack Martin*, OT Tyron Smith*, LB Leighton Vander Esch, QB Dak Prescott, WR Amari Cooper

Detroit Lions (1): CB Darius Slay

Green Bay Packers (2): WR Davante Adams, QB Aaron Rodgers

Los Angeles Rams (4): DT Aaron Donald*, QB Jared Goff, RB Todd Gurley*, ST Cory Littleton*

Minnesota Vikings (4): OLB Anthony Barr, DE Danielle Hunter, FS Harrison Smith, WR Adam Thielen

New Orleans Saints (5): OT Terron Armstead*, QB Drew Brees*, DE Cameron Jordan*, WR Michael Thomas*, C Max Unger

New York Giants (4): RB Saquon Barkley, SS Landon Collins*, K Aldrick Rosas*, ST Michael Thomas

Philadelphia Eagles (5): G Brandon Brooks*, DT Fletcher Cox*, TE Zach Ertz*, S Malcolm Jenkins, OT Lane Johnson

San Francisco 49ers (2): FB Kyle Juszczyk*, TE George Kittle

Seattle Seahawks (3): P Michael Dickson*, ILB Bobby Wagner, QB Russell Wilson

Washington Redskins (2): OLB Ryan Kerrigan*, OT Trent Williams

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1): WR Mike Evans

* Indicates starter

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Austin Powell

Austin Powell

Austin Powell is the former managing editor of the Daily Dot. His work focuses on the intersection of entertainment and technology. He previously served as a music columnist for the Austin Chronicle and is the co-author of The Austin Chronicle Music Anthology.