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Pro BowlThe 2015 NFL Pro Bowl will be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale Arizona, home of the Arizona Cardinals, on January 25, 2015. The annual pro bowl brings together the best athletes in the National Football League, with the AFC and NFC competing on mixed rosters. This year the game will continue the "unconferenced" format, something the NFL created for the 2014 Pro Bowl. Former players, in this case former All Pro Receivers Chris Carter and Michael Irvin will draft rosters as alumni captains of the game. The two drafted teams will then face off for supremacy.
The 2015 Pro Bowl will be the third time the game takes place at the same site as the Super Bowl, and the sixth consecutive season the game will take place the week before the Super Bowl. Last season the game was held at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii, the traditional home of the Pro Bowl. Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders were the alumni captains of the 2014 Pro Bowl, with Team Rice defeating Team Sanders 22-21 after Alex Smith of the Kansas City Chiefs led a last minute touchdown drive, with Mike Tolbert of the Carolina Panthers diving in from two-yards out for the two-point conversion that would give Team Rice the one point margin of victory. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was named Pro Bowl MVP, with Derrick Johnson of the Kansas City Chiefs earning Defensive Player of the Game.
Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos is the active leader in Pro Bowl appearances with thirteen. If Manning can get selected for his fourteenth Pro Bowl this season, he'll join Merlin Olsen, Bruce Matthews and Tony Gonzalez for the most Pro Bowl appearances in NFL history.
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