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2023 Pro Bowl Replacements: Who's replacing the NFL's best players?

(L-to-R) Dawson Knox and Wyatt Teller
(L-to-R) Dawson Knox and Wyatt Teller

The 2023 Pro Bowl is just around the corner. However, the NFL has opted to change the format of the All-Star football game this year. For the first time, the Pro Bowl will consist of skill competitions and non-contact flag football games, rather than an actual tackle football game.

However, as the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will meet in the Super Bowl, players from both teams won't partake in the 2023 Pro Bowl.

Hence, the league has decided on a few replacements for players who won't be able to play in the All-Star event. Replacements have also been added for players who are injured or opting out of participating in the Pro Bowl.

Here are the alternate stars who will feature in the game instead of the original picks.

AFC Replacements

Buffalo Bills OT Dion Dawkins
Buffalo Bills OT Dion Dawkins

Here is the table of AFC player replacements that have been confirmed for the Pro Bowl:

Position

Starter

Reserve

Replacement

QB

Joe Burrow (Bengals)

Trevor Lawrence (Jaguars)

Tyler Huntley (Ravens)

Derek Carr, Raiders

RB

Nick Chubb (Browns)

Josh Jacobs (Raiders)

Derrick Henry (Titans)

WR

Tyreek Hill (Dolphins)

Stefon Diggs (Bills)

Davante Adams (Raiders)

Ja'Marr Chase (Bengals)

TE

Mark Andrews (Ravens)

Dawson Knox (Bills)

OT

Laremy Tunsil (Texans)

Terron Armstead (Dolphins)

Dion Dawkins (Bills)

OG

Quenton Nelson (Colts)

Joel Bitonio (Browns)

Roger Saffold (Bills)

Wyatt Teller (Browns)

C

Creed Humphrey (Chiefs)

Mitch Morse (Bills)

Ben Jones (Titans)

OLB

Matthew Judon (Patriots)

Khalil Mack (Chargers)

T.J Watt (Steelers)

Matt Milano (Bills)

Bradley Chubb (Dolphins)

K

Justin Tucker (Ravens)

P

A.J. Cole, Raiders

NFC Replacements

Minnesota Vikings' RB Dalvin Cook
Minnesota Vikings' RB Dalvin Cook

Here is the table of NFC player replacements that have been confirmed for the Pro Bowl:

PositionStarterReserveReplacement
QBGeno Smith (Seahawks)Kirk Cousins (Vikings)
RBSaquon Barkley (Giants)Tony Pollard (Cowboys)Dalvin Cook (Vikings)
WRJustin Jefferson (Vikings)CeeDee Lamb (Cowboys)Terry McLaurin (Commanders)Amon-Ra St. Brown (Lions)
OT Trent Williams (49ers)Tristan Wirfs (Buccaneers)Penei Sewell (Lions)
OGZack Martin (Cowboys)Chris Lindstrom (Falcons)Elgton Jenkins (Packers)
CFrank Ragnow (Lions) Tyler Biadasz (Cowboys)
DTAaron Donald (Rams)Jonathan Allen (Commanders)Dexter Lawrence (Giants)Daron Payne (Commanders)
OLB Micah Parsons (Cowboys) Za'Darius Smith (Vikings) Danielle Hunter (Vikings)
CBTrevon Diggs (Cowboys) Tariq Woolen (Seahawks) Jaire Alexander (Packers) Jalen Ramsey (Rams)

2023 Pro Bowl: When, where and how to watch?

Pro Bowl 2023, now called the Pro Bowl game, will take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. The event will begin on Thursday, February 2, and end on Sunday, February 5.

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The all-star show will take place over the entire weekend, with the NFC and AFC competing against each other by collecting points to be declared the winner.

The 2023 Pro Bowl flag football matchup will take place on Sunday, February 5, beginning at 3 p.m. ET. The entire Pro Bowl event will be broadcast live on ESPN and ABC. The family-friendly broadcast will also be available on Disney XD. Fans can also live stream the occasion on the ESPN app and Fubo TV.

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