EAGAN, Minn. – Voting is underway for the 2023 Pro Bowl Games.
The NFL has reinvented the traditional Pro Bowl, transitioning to the Pro Bowl Games, a week-long celebration of player skills that features a new format spotlighting flag football.
Hosted in Las Vegas, the multi-day AFC versus NFC competition will culminate in an action-packed flag game, featuring Pro Bowl players at Allegiant Stadium.
The event will air on ESPN and ABC on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2023.
Fan voting begins Tuesday, Nov. 15, and runs through Thursday, Dec. 15. Up to six players can be voted for per position, and fans can vote multiple times per day.
All five of the Vikings 2022 Pro Bowlers remain on the roster: RB Dalvin Cook, QB Kirk Cousins, WR Justin Jefferson, T Brian O'Neill and S Harrison Smith. Others on the team have also made their case, including the likes of DT Dalvin Tomlinson, CB Patrick Peterson and T Christian Darrisaw, among others.
"We've received invaluable feedback from players, teams and fans about reimagining the Pro Bowl, and as a result, we're thrilled to use The Pro Bowl Games as a platform to spotlight flag football as an integral part of the sport's future while also introducing fun, new forms of competition and entertainment that will bring our players, their families and fans closer than ever before," said Peter O'Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President, Club Business and League Events. "Building on the success of the 2022 Pro Bowl and 2022 Draft … we look forward to bringing The 2023 Pro Bowl Games to the capital of world-class sports and entertainment."
Visit vikings.com/probowl to cast your votes today!