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The 2022 Las Vegas Pro Bowl
Will be a Sporting Event to Remember

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               The Pro Bowl Game in Las Vegas this week will bring more events to the city than just the NFL’s most star-studded players. The Las Vegas Pro Bowl will be an event that will top all previous Pro Bowls.
               Sunday’s game at Allegiant Stadium, featuring a matchup of the best players from the AFC vs the NFC will culminate an unbelievable week. Starting Wednesday, each day brings an opportunity for fans to see some of the game’s biggest stars up close.
               One of the most popular events is sure to be the Skills competition on Wednesday.
               Doors open at 10:30 a.m. at Las Vegas Ballpark, which has been transformed into a football stadium for this week.

               The event, which will air Thursday on ESPN, features NFL stars competing in various competitions, including a dodgeball game.
               Players will also compete in a precision passing drill and a thread-the-needle competition that will pit quarterbacks against an opposing defense, as well as a fastest-man sprint challenge.
               One of the more interesting competitions figures to be the new “Best Catch” event, which is like a slam dunk contest for NFL pass catchers. Judges will award points for imaginative receptions.

              The same venue will also host practices for both the AFC and NFC squads each day from Thursday through Saturday. Practices will be open to fans with tickets, which can be accessed on the Pro Bowl website. Game tickets are available through Ticketmaster and start around $90.
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               Several events will also be taking place off the field.
               The NFL Las Vegas Store at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace will feature meet-and-greets with Raiders’ quarterback Marcus Mariota from 1 to 2 p.m. on Friday, followed by two hours with NFL Hall of Famer Andre Reed beginning at 4 p.m.
               An event at the Clark County Wetlands Park will kick off the week on Wednesday and is one of several community events scheduled.
              The league will partner with the county to plant 1,200 trees and native plants as part of a restoration project, which will also include the Pro Bowl Legacy news conference.
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               Pro Bowl Community Day will follow on Thursday at Wells Park. Activities will include a park refurbishment project in which NFL legends will help paint over graffiti, plant trees and contribute to a mural.
              An NFL Foundation Inspire Change initiative will help provide laptops, technical support and a digital literacy curriculum to more than 200 families in need.
              Friday and Saturday will also be highlighted by the NFL Flag Championship tournament at Heritage Park in Henderson, which will feature 32 teams of boys and girls between 9 and 14 years old competing for titles in their respective age bracket.
Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
PRO BOWL WEEK
WEDNESDAY
Welcome news conference and NFL Green Wetlands Restoration Project, 9 a.m., Clark County Wetlands Park
NFL Skills Challenge, 10:30 a.m., Las Vegas Ballpark
Inspire Change Huddle Legacy Program, 5 p.m., Latin Chamber of Commerce Nevada
THURSDAY
AFC Pro Bowl practice, 10 a.m., Las Vegas Ballpark
NFC Pro Bowl practice, 11:30 a.m., Las Vegas Ballpark
Community Day, 3 p.m., Wells Park
FRIDAY
NFL Flag Championship tournament, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Heritage Park
NFC Pro Bowl practice, 10 a.m., Las Vegas Ballpark
AFC Pro Bowl practice, 12:15 p.m., Las Vegas Ballpark
SATURDAY
NFL Flag Championship tournament, 10 a.m.-noon, Heritage Park
AFC Pro Bowl practice, 10 a.m., Las Vegas Ballpark
NFC Pro Bowl practice, 11:30 a.m., Las Vegas Ballpark
Crucial Catch youth All-Star Game, 5 p.m., Bishop Gorman High School
SUNDAY
PRO BOWL, NOON, ALLEGIANT STADIUM

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