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NFL Pro Bowl returns to Orlando for 4th straight year

The NFL’s all-star game will be at 2 p.m. Chicago time on Sunday, Jan. 26.

AFC safety Jamal Adams of the New York Jets, celebrates after sacking NFC quarterback Mitch Trubisky of the Bears, during last season’s Pro Bowl. The game will return to Orlando in January.
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ORLANDO, Fla. — The Pro Bowl will return to Orlando for the fourth straight year and be held one week before the Super Bowl.

The NFL’s all-star game will be at 2 p.m. Chicago time on Sunday, Jan. 26. A week later, the league’s championship game will be played a few hours south in the Miami area.

Fans, players and coaches will vote for the 88 Pro Bowlers, and the game will match the AFC against the NFC.

A weeklong celebration in conjunction with the NFL’s 100th season initiatives also will take place across the Orlando area. Those will include a skills showdown and the league’s flag football championships.