What Bills fans need to know about the 2022 Pro Bowl

Stefon Diggs (14) performs in the Pro Bowl Skills Competition on Feb 2, 2022 at the Las Vegas Ball Park in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Ben Green

Bills' fans, keep an eye out for Stefon Diggs and Dion Dawkins this weekend as they compete with some of the NFL's best players.

To kick things off, Diggs will be one of the participants in the Pro Bowl Skills showdown which airs on Thursday, February 3, at 7:00 PM ET on ESPN and simulcast on Disney XD.

Diggs will be one of the receivers representing the AFC in the new Best Catch competition. A panel of NFL Legends including Santonio Holmes and David Tryee and celebrity judges will decide who had the best catch.

Another new event will be the fastest man challenge, in addition to Precision Passing, Thread the Needle and Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball.

Baltimore's Mark Andrews, Cleveland's Nick Chubb, Buffalo's Stefon Diggs, Kansas City's Tyreek Hill, the Los Angeles Chargers' Derwin James, New England's Mac Jones, Las Vegas' Hunter Renfrow and Cleveland's Denzel Ward will represent the AFC in the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.

Minnesota's Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson, Dallas' Trevon Diggs and Micah Parsons, New Orleans' Alvin Kamara, Philadelphia's Darius Slay and Seattle's Russell Wilson will represent the NFC in the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.

The 2022 Pro Bowl will kick off at 3:00 pm EST on Sunday, February 6. The game will be televised on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC.

The Pro Bowl legends captains are Hall of Fame defensive back Rod Woodson and All-Pro wide receiver Reggie Wayne for the AFC. All-Pro tight end Jason Witten and All-Pro linebacker Luke Kuechly will represent the NFC.

Bills legends Bryan Scott and Michael Gaines will sing in the Players' Choir. The choir will sing the National Anthem before the game. The choir will be led by Hall of Fame wide receiver Tim Brown.

For the first time, the NFL Foundation is implementing an incentive program for the charitable causes of Pro Bowl players. Each Pro Bowl player who is recognized for an in-game accomplishment may choose a charitable cause from among the charities that the foundation supports at the levels as outlined below:

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Defensive MVP $20,000
Offensive MVP $20,000
Longest Field Goal $10,000
Most Passing Yards $10,000
Most Receiving Yards $10,000
Most Rushing Yards $10,000
Most Tackles $10,000
Each Interception $2,500
Each Touchdown $2,500
If team rushes for 100 yards $2,500 to each offensive lineman's charity

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