Report: Pro Bowl Changes Could Include Player Draft

The Pro Bowl is the redheaded stepchild of the NFL calendar. More exhibition than competition and taken seriously by almost no one, it still draws good ratings because it takes place the week after the conference championship games and a week before the Super Bowl. It’s the halftime entertainment between actual football.

But the league hopes to make it more competitive and it’s willing to think outside the box to do so. NFL Network’s Albert Breer spoke with a high-ranking NFL official Tuesday who outlined some possible changes.

* The game could be moving. Usually played in Hawaii, other locations in other states are possible.

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