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Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick shares his thoughts on playing through injuries this season, his relationship with coach Andy Reid and what it means to him to be playing in the Pro Bowl.
Check out Brandon Lloyd’s surf lesson at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii.
Chris Johnson tells NFL Network’s Marshall Faulk the Titans had difficulty blocking out the distraction caused by the friction between Vince Young and Jeff Fisher last season.
D’Brickashaw Ferguson is happy to be in Hawaii, but deep down inside he wishes he was back in Florham Park, N.J., preparing for next week’s Super Bowl.
While the rest of the team runs drills in the background, the NFC defensive ends just relax on a knee in the end zone.
A hoard of fans showed up to the AFC’s first practice Wednesday and got the autographs they wanted.
Bill Belichick’s reputation as a curmudgeon with the media precedes him. But here at the Pro Bowl he jokes around with Chris Johnson, Ray Lewis and Reggie Wayne at practice on Wednesday.
Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs was moments from doing an interview with Marshall Faulk, and he was ready to show off his biceps.
Nobody’s going to cry Marshall Faulk a river for spending a week in Hawaii on the job, but here he is working hard for NFL Network.
Posted: Wednesday, January 26th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2011 Pro Bowl
The NFL announced on Tuesday the musical performances for Sunday’s Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.
Jeff Saturday might be able to bully big ol’ defensive linemen, but getting his kids to join him in the water is a different story. They eventually joined Dad, though, for a little swim.
The NFL All-Stars have nothing complain about this year, being back in Hawaii.
All is quiet on location at the Pro Bowl, but things will surely pick up as this day moves forward.
New Orleans Saints strong safety Roman Harper has been named to the Pro Bowl to replace Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins, who will be playing in Super Bowl XLV after the Packers beat the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship Game.