The Chargers had six total players named to the 2018 Pro Bowl, but four will suit up in Orlando including Keenan Allen, Casey Hayward, Melvin Ingram and Russell Okung.
The Pro Bowl is once again back to its AFC-NFC format. The AFC team will be coached by Mike Tomlin and his Pittsburgh Steelers coaching staff. Sean Payton and his coaching staff from the New Orleans Saints will head up the NFC team. Each team will also have two captains. The AFC will be led by Chargers legend and Pro Football Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson (offense) and HOF defensive end Jason Taylor (defense), while Pro Bowl running back Warrick Dunn (offense) and HOF linebacker Derrick Brooks (defense) will lead the NFC.
Sunday, Jan. 28. Kickoff is set for 12:00 p.m. PT.
Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Fla.
GAME DAY FORECAST
Rain (80-percent chance). High: 74°. Low: 59°.
TV COVERAGE & LIVE STREAM
The game will be nationally televised on ESPN and simulcast on ESPN Deportes and ABC. The game will also be streamed live on the ESPN app.
- Play-by-play: Sean McDonough
- Game analyst: Matt Hasselbeck
- Sideline: Lisa Salters
The game will be broadcast on Westwood One (KUBE-AM 1350in nearby San Bernardino), SiriusXM NFL Radio (channel 88) and on the TuneIn App.
- Play-by-play: Kevin Kugler
- Game analyst: Steve Tasker
- Sideline: Laura Okmin
Along with the Pro Bowl on the 28th, fans can watch the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown on Thursday, Jan. 25 on ESPN at 6:00 p.m. PT. The Skills Showdown pits AFC and NFC players, including Keenan Allen, against each other in unique competitions like Epic Dodgeball, Kick Tac Toe, Gridiron Gauntlet, Best Hands, Precision Passing and Drone Drop. Tomlinson and Taylor will lead the AFC while the NFC will be led by Dunn and Brooks.
For live action updates, photos, video and other highlights and content, follow these accounts on Twitter throughout the week. The players will even be tweeting from the game on Sunday: