What date and time are the 2023 Pro Bowl Games taking place, and how can you watch some of your favorite Minnesota Vikings players take part in the event?
The time for the 2023 Pro Bowl games is almost here. Multiple members of the Minnesota Vikings and players from other teams from around the NFL will soon gather in Las Vegas, Nevada, to take part in the inaugural event.
Unlike the past, this year’s Pro Bowl festivities won’t include an exhibition matchup, and the event will take place on multiple days.
In an effort by the NFL to draw more interest in their Pro Bowl players, members of the AFC and NFC rosters will compete in a series of obstacles and skills challenges during this all-star event.
Date, time, and how to watch the 2023 Pro Bowl Games
The events of the 2023 Pro Bowl games are set to take place on two separate days from inside Allegient Stadium, the home of the Las Vegas Raiders.
Day 1 (Pro Bowl Skills Show)
- Date: Thursday, February 2
- Time: 6 p.m. CT
- Channel: ESPN
- Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball
- Lightning Round
- Longest Drive
- Precision Passing
- Best Catch (First Round)
Day 2 (Pro Bowl Games)
- Best Catch (Final Round)
- Gridiron Gauntlet
- Move the Chains
- Kick Tac Toe
- 7-on-7 AFC vs. NFC flag football games
Representing the Vikings in this season’s all-star festivities will be quarterback Kirk Cousins, wide receiver Justin Jefferson, tight end T.J. Hockenson, running back Dalvin Cook, and long snapper Andrew DePaola.
Cook was just added to the NFC roster as a replacement for Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard, who suffered an injury during his team’s loss in the Divisional Round of the 2022 playoffs to the San Francisco 49ers.