Pro Bowl 2013: Players to tweet from sidelines, locker rooms in Honolulu

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Players will again get the chance to tweet about the Pro Bowl today, and the NFL is helping you keep up to date with everyone on the field on Twitter.

Usually as strict as they come in corralling Twitter use among their players, the NFL is again letting their Pro Bowlers tweet live from the event Sunday, and have compiled a Twitter list of Pro Bowlers to help you follow along with the action from Honolulu all day.

Players like Houston Texans defensive end JJ Watt will get a chance to tweet from hubs on both the AFC and NFC sidelines during the annual event, perhaps letting the fans in on a little on-the-field fun and action that they wouldn't otherwise get a chance to experience.

The NFL's Twitter list certainly isn't comprehensive, and plenty of members of the Super Bowl-bound Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers are still on the list, but there will likely be plenty of interesting things to see and ready from the sidelines at today's event.

Watt and others are already tweeting about the experience of being in Hawaii when it's so cold elsewhere in the United States, with photos of leis and other Hawaiian fixtures filling the feeds.

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