The NFL announced today the eight unique skills competitions that Pro Bowl players from the AFC and NFC will compete in during The 2023 Pro Bowl Games presented by Verizon. Taking place over two days in Las Vegas, the skills challenges will be broadcasted live for the first time on Thursday, Feb. 2, on ESPN from 7-8:30 p.m. ET as an epic made-for-tv event, and the competitions will continue Sunday, Feb. 5, throughout the day, along with the first-ever NFL Flag football games. The AFC team will be led by Peyton Manning (AFC head coach), Ray Lewis (AFC defensive coordinator) and Diana Flores (AFC offensive coordinator), while the NFC team will be led by Eli Manning (NFC head coach), DeMarcus Ware (NFC defensive coordinator) and Vanita Krouch (NFC offensive coordinator).
Taking place at Intermountain Healthcare Performance Center, the Las Vegas Raiders' headquarters and practice facility, on Thursday and Allegiant Stadium on Sunday, The Pro Bowl Games skills competitions will be brought to life by A. Smith & Co. Productions, producers of shows such as American Ninja Warrior, Hell's Kitchen and The Titan Games.