Mmm...cheerleaders. Anyway, Pro Bowl voting came to a close last week, and the participants in the Jan. 31 game will be announced on Tuesday. ItÆs a new era for the game, which for the first time will be played on the Sunday before the Super Bowl this season. However, one thing wonÆt change: the teams announced tomorrow will most likely look a lot different from the ones that take the field. This season, however, that caveat will have an added twistùplayers from teams who make the Super Bowl will not play in the all-star exhibition, meaning more spots than usual could be up for grabs. If these rules were in place last season, eight playersùincluding half of the NFCÆs starting skill playersùwould have had to miss the game. Five Cardinals and three Steelers were voted into the gam ...
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