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2018 Pro Bowl: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming, NFC/AFC rosters

Here’s how to catch the NFL all-star game.

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The Detroit Lions’ 2017 season is over, but for two players, there is still a “game” to be played.

Darius Slay and T.J. Lang are in Orlando to participate in the 2018 Pro Bowl. This is the second straight year Lang has been named to the Pro Bowl, but it will be the first time both players will participate in the all-star game.

Lang will be joined by former Lions guard Larry Warford, who—like Lang—was an alternate that was promoted to the squad after injury. Slay will be alongside fellow NFC North defensive backs Xavier Rhodes and Harrison Smith.

The game kicks off at 3 p.m. ET. Here’s how to watch it live, along with the full rosters of each team (courtesy of Cincy Jungle).

How to Watch

Date/Time: Jan. 28, 2017 — 3 p.m. ET
Location: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL
Commentators: Sean McDonough, Matt Hasselbeck, Lisa Salters
Online steaming: WatchESPN

AFC Roster


QBs: Ben Roethlisberger (Steelers), Alex Smith (Chiefs), Derek Carr (Raiders)
RBs: Le’Veon Bell (Steelers), Kareem Hunt (Chiefs), LeSean McCoy (Bills).
FBs: Roosevelt Nix (Steelers)
TEs: Delanie Walker (Titans), Jack Doyle (Colts)
WRs: Antonio Brown (Steelers), Keenan Allen (Chargers), Jarvis Landry (Dolphins), T.Y. Hilton (Colts)
OTs: Alejandro Villanueva (Steelers) Taylor Lewan (Titans), Russell Okung (Chargers)
Gs: Kelechi Osemele (Raiders), David DeCastro (Steelers), Richie Incognito (Bills)
Cs: Maurkice Pouncey (Steelers), Rodney Hudson (Raiders)


DEs: Yannick Ngakoue (Jaguars), Cameron Heyward (Steelers), Melvin Ingram (Chargers)
DTs: Geno Atkins (Bengals), Jurrell Casey (Titans), Malik Jackson (Jaguars)
OLBs: Von Miller (Broncos, Terrell Suggs (Ravens, Telvin Smith (Jaguars)
ILBs: C.J. Mosley (Ravens), Joe Schobert (Browns)
CBs: A.J. Bouye (Jaguars), Jalen Ramsey (Jaguars), Aqib Talib (Broncos), Casey Hayward (Chargers)
FS: Eric Weddle (Ravens)
SS: Reshad Jones (Dolphins), Kevin Byard (Titans)

Special Teams

P: Brett Kern (Titans)
K: Chris Boswell (Steelers)
KR/PR: Tyreek Hill (Chiefs)
ST: Brynden Trawick (Titans)

NFC Roster


QBs: Russell Wilson (Seahawks), Drew Brees (Saints), Jared Goff (Rams)
RBs: Todd Gurley (Rams), Alvin Kamara (Saints), Mark Ingram (Saints)
FBs: Kyle Juszczyk (49ers)
TEs: Jason Witten (Cowboys), Kyle Rudolph (Vikings)
WRs: Adam Thielen (Vikings), Michael Thomas (Saints), Doug Baldwin (Seahawks), Davante Adams (Packers)
OTs: Andrew Whitworth (Rams), Joe Staley (49ers)
Gs: Trai Turner (Panthers), Larry Warford (Saints), T.J. Lang (Lions)
Cs: Alex Mack (Falcons), Travis Frederick (Cowboys)


DEs: Demarcus Lawrence (Cowboys), Cameron Jordan (Saints), Michael Bennett(Seahawks)
DTs: Gerald McCoy (Buccaneers), Mike Daniels (Packers), Linval Joseph (Vikings)
OLBs: Chandler Jones (Cardinals) Ryan Kerrigan (Redskins), Thomas Davis (Panthers)
ILBs: Deion Jones (Falcons), Kwon Alexander (Buccaneers)
CBs: Xavier Rhodes (Vikings), Patrick Peterson (Cardinals), Marshon Lattimore (Saints), Darius Slay (Lions)
FS: Earl Thomas (Seahawks)
SS: Harrison Smith (Vikings), Keanu Neal (Falcons)

Special teams

P: Johnny Hekker (Rams)
K: Graham Gano (Panthers)
KR/PR: Pharoh Cooper (Rams)
ST: Budda Baker (Cardinals)

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