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Pro Bowl Total Recap: Rivers and Weddle in Hawaii
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The 2014 Pro Bowl ended up pitting Philip Rivers against Eric Weddle as they were drafted to opposite teams in the first ever Pro Bowl Draft. In the end, Rivers and Team Rice came out victorious with a 22-21 win over Weddle and Team Sanders.
Chargers.com was on hand in Hawaii for unprecedented access all week long. Below you will find all the articles, videos, highlights and behind the scenes access direct from the Pro Bowl.
Shortly after arriving in Hawaii, Weddle and Rivers were on hand for the draft. Click here to read a recap of where the Bolts went and why, then click here for a photo gallery from the event. Finally, watch below to catch the sights and sounds from the Pro Bowl Draft, including an interview with Rivers.
For the first day of practice, we wired Weddle for sound. Don’t miss the chance to listen in as the safety suits up for Team Sanders on day one.
Rivers was also mic’d up, and you can listen in to the QB below.
We also checked in with some of the top names in the game to get their thoughts on the two Bolts representatives. Watch below to hear their thoughts.
Jordan Beane also got an exclusive with one of the biggest personalities in Hawaii this week – Weddle’s Beard! Check out the one-on-one.
Rivers and Weddle weren’t the only two Chargers representatives though. Charger Girl Anjelica was on hand as well. Hear what she had to say below.
As for the big game itself, click those this photo gallery for some of the best photos of your Bolts in action. Then, check out two memorable moments when Weddle attempted to "block" Jimmy Graham's slam dunk as well as Rivers' perfect touchdown pass to Josh Gordon.
Finally, after the game, we spoke with both Rivers and Weddle. Hear what they had to say below.