2011 NFL Pro Bowl: Start Time, TV Information, Rosters And More

The 2011 NFL Pro Bowl is your last chance this season to see all the football players who are good enough to be chosen for an exhibition in Hawaii, on bad enough teams to not be playing in Super Bowl XLV, and healthy enough to risk further significant injury in a completely meaningless game. So where can you find it on TV, and what players are on the AFC and NFC rosters? I'm glad you asked!

Time: 7 p.m. Eastern.
TV broadcast: FOX, which will also broadcast next Sunday's Super Bowl XLV.
Broadcasters: Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick and Terry Bradshaw will be in the booth. The ever-talkative, rarely interesting Tony Siragusa will work the sideline.
Location: Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The 2010 Pro Bowl was held in Miami; this is a return to Hawaii after that one-year trip to the mainland.
Teams: AFC and NFC.
Rosters: Both conferences have rosters that were partially voted on by the public, coaches, and fans. You can see the rosters here.
Notable names: Michael Vick will quarterback the NFC, in a nice ending note after his comeback season in 2010. And Bill Belichick will coach the AFC (Mike Smith is coaching the NFC), which means Bill Belichick may actually smile for once.
For further reading: Check out the rest of the StoryStream for updates.

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