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What Bills fans need to know about the 2023 Pro Bowl Games | TV info, schedule of events, skills lineups 

Stefon Diggs (14) and Dion Dawkins (73) during the NFL Pro Bowl game on February 6, 2022 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Photo by Ben Green
Stefon Diggs (14) and Dion Dawkins (73) during the NFL Pro Bowl game on February 6, 2022 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Ben Green

Bills fans, keep an eye out for several Buffalo Bills players this weekend as they compete with some of the NFL's best players in Las Vegas.

WR Stefon Diggs, OL Dion Dawkins, CB Jordan Poyer, LB Matt Milano, C Mitch Morse, OL Rodger Saffold and TE Dawson Knox are participating in this year's 2023 Pro Bowl Games.

The event schedule this year is split into two days: skills competitions on Thursday, Feb. 2 and Sunday, Feb. 5, and a flag football game which will be the final event on Sunday afternoon.

Here's the TV schedule

  • Dates: Thursday, Feb. 2 and Sunday, Feb. 5
  • Times: 7 p.m. (Thursday) | 3 p.m. (Sunday)
  • TV channel (U.S.): ESPN (Thursday) | ESPN, ABC, Disney XD (Sunday)
  • TV channel (Canada): TSN1 (Sunday)
  • Live stream: ESPN+, fuboTV

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Below is a day-by-day breakdown of the Pro Bowl Games

Thursday Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. on ESPN

Best Catch

This event features Bills WR Stefon Diggs and Broncos CB Pat Surtain II representing the AFC, and Vikings WR Justin Jefferson and Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown representing the NFC.

In the first round, the players will showcase their best receptions in highlight reels shot at iconic venues around Las Vegas. Fans will vote online to determine their favorite catch by a player in each conference and who will compete in the finale on Sunday.

Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball

A multi-round tournament of classic dodgeball featuring four teams of six players that begins with the offenses and defenses from both conferences squaring off and culminates in an AFC vs. NFC showdown. 

Bills TE Dawson Knox will be one of 12 participants for the AFC. 

Lightning Round

New this year, each conference will select 20 players to compete in a three-part elimination challenge that will leave one player left at the end to earn three points for his conference.

LB Matt Milano, C Mitch Morse, OL Dion Dawkins and OL Rodger Saffold are able to compete in this event.

Longest Drive

Four players from each conference will compete in a challenge to drive a golf ball the furthest distance off a tee. Bills S Jordan Poyer is participating for the AFC side.

Sunday, Feb. 5 at 3 p.m. on ESPN/ABC/Disney XD

Best Catch Finale

The top vote getters from each conference will compete head-to-head, as they perform in front of a panel of celebrity judges.

Gridiron Gauntlet

A side-by-side relay race showcasing strength, speed and agility, six players from each conference will compete to see who finishes first and wins three points for his team. Bills OL Dion Dawkins is participating is this event.

Move The Chains

Four teams (two teams from each conference) will compete side by side in a weighted wall pull that will showcase their strength, speed and ingenuity. Bills OL Rodger Saffold and C Mitch Morse are participating in this event.

Flag Football game

All members of the AFC and NFC Pro Bowl teams will compete in a flag football game in the final event of the 2023 Pro Bowl games. The game will be broadcast on ESPN, ABC and Disney XD

Scroll to view the best feature photos from the 2022 season as chosen by Bills Team Photographers Bill Wippert, Ben Green, and Craig Melvin.

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