The NFL re-evaluated everything relating to the Pro Bowl after last year’s annual all-star event. The league ended up making significant and wide-reaching changes in virtually every area, including the name, with one exception — the location. The pre-Super Bowl gathering of the league’s best players from the past season is again being celebrated in Las Vegas. The 2023 Pro Bowl Games will commence Thursday night with a skills competition at the Raiders’ Henderson headquarters before a series of flag-football games serves as the main event starting at noon Sunday at Allegiant Stadium. This year’s Pro Bowl feels like the final opening act for the biggest headliner of all — the Super Bowl, which Allegiant Stadium will host on Feb. 11, 2024. This year's Pro Bowl will have a different look, as games will be played on two separate days, Thursday, February 2 and Sunday, February 5. On the agenda are various competitions such as dodgeball, precision passing, golf long drive, and best catch. Pro Bowl Sunday will look quite a bit different from past years. The field will be only 50 yards, and the game clock will feature only 20 minutes, for three 7-on-7 flag-football games. Side events will be contested among the players including a best catch competition and a “gridiron gauntlet” relay race. Peyton Manning (AFC) and Eli Manning (NFC) will act as the coaches. 2023 NFL Pro Bowl Schedule of Events. Thursday, February 2: Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball, Lightning Round, Longest Drive, Precision Passing, Best Catch (First Round) Sunday, February 5: Best Catch (Finale), Gridiron Gauntlet, Move the Chains, Kick Tac Toe, Pro Bowl Flag Football Game. Sunday will see the return of the Gridiron Gauntlet relay. Fans will also be treated to a Move the Chains game, a return of Kick Tac Toe and then the 7-on-7 Pro Bowl Flag Football Game, with the AFC taking on the NFC. This Year's Pro Bowl Game changes appear permanent with the possibility of the game becoming an annual Las Vegas Sports Event.