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2020 NFL Pro Bowl, game time, TV info, streaming, rosters and moreby Seth Cox on January 26, 2020 at 6:00 pm
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports It is time for the best players in the world of football to... Hang out and have some fun the Sunday before the Super Bowl. That's right, it is time for the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl. The Arizona Cardinals have two representatives in this seasons game, as both Chandler Jones and Budda Baker are in the 2020 Pro Bowl. While there's not much to the game itself, it is a good time and the NFL players have fun with it. Here is everything you need to know about today's 2020 Pro Bowl. TV Schedule When: Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. Arizona time Where: Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida Channel: ABC / ESPN / Disney XD Online Streaming FuboTV (Available if being televised in your area) WatchESPN NFC Pro Bowl Roster OFFENSE Wide receiver: Julio Jones*, Atlanta Falcons; Michael Thomas*, New Orleans Saints; Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys (replaces Evans due to injury); Kenny Golladay (replaces Godwin due to injury); Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers (replaces Jones due to injury) Tackle: David Bakhtiari*, Green Bay Packers; Tyron Smith*, Dallas Cowboys; Terron Armstead, New Orleans Saints; Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Ealges (replaces Bakhtiari due to injury) Guard: Zack Martin*, Dallas Cowboys; Brandon Brooks*, Philadelphia Eagles; Brandon Scherff, Washington Redskins; Trai Turner, Carolina Panthers (replaces Brooks due to injury) Center: Jason Kelce*, Philadelphia Eagles; Travis Frederick, Dallas Cowboys Tight end: George Kittle*, San Francisco 49ers; Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles; Austin Hooper, Atlanta Falcons (replaces Kittle due to Super Bowl) Quarterback: Russell Wilson*, Seattle Seahawks; Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints; Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers; Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings (replaces Rodgers due to injury) Running back: Dalvin Cook*, Minnesota Vikings; Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers; Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys; Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints (replaces McCaffrey due to injury) Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk*, San Francisco 49ers; C.J. Ham (replaces Juszcyk due to Super Bowl) DEFENSE Defensive end: Cameron Jordan*, New Orleans Saints; Nick Bosa*, San Francisco 49ers; Danielle Hunter, Minnesota Vikings (replaces Bosa due to Super Bowl) Interior lineman: Aaron Donald*, Los Angeles Rams; Fletcher Cox*, Philadelphia Eagles; Grady Jarrett, Atlanta Falcons; Kenny Clark, Green Bay Packers (replaces Donald due to injury) Outside linebacker: Chandler Jones*, Arizona Cardinals; Khalil Mack*, Chicago Bears; Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Za’Darius Smith, Green Bay Packers (replaces Mack due to injury) Inside linebacker: Bobby Wagner*, Seattle Seahawks; Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers; Jaylon Smith, Dallas Cowboys (replaces Kuechly); Eric Kendricks (replaces Wagner due to injury) Cornerback: Marshon Lattimore*, New Orleans Saints; Richard Sherman*, San Francisco 49ers; Darius Slay, Detroit Lions; Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams; Kyle Fuller, Chicago Bears (replaces injured Ramsey); Xavier Rhodes (replaces Sherman due to Super Bowl) Free safety: Budda Baker*, Arizona Cardinals; Eddie Jackson, Chicago Bears Strong safety: Harrison Smith*, Minnesota Vikings SPECIAL TEAMS Kicker: Wil Lutz*, New Orleans Saints Long snapper: Rick Lovato*, Philadelphia Eagles Punter: Tress Way*, Washington Redskins Return specialist: Deonte Harris*, New Orleans Saints Special teamer: Cordarrelle Patterson*, Chicago Bears
NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers news and notes heading into Super Bowl LIVby Seth Cox on January 26, 2020 at 5:00 pm
Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images One week left until the Super Bowl and the Arizona Cardinals division rival San Francisco 49ers will be representing the NFC. They take on a high powered Kansas City Chiefs squad, and the 49ers know they have their work cut out for them. Let's take a look at the news on the 49ers over the last week. 49ers news: former NFL cornerback Darrelle Revis calls out Richard Sherman after NFC Championship game; Sherman responds - Niners NationThis is about as epic as you could think. 49ers wish to wear white throwback uniforms at Super Bowl - Niners NationNothing has been approved, but maybe the NFL will grant the request. 49ers news: Jed York’s patience with Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch rewarded with Super Bowl trip - Niners NationThree years after bringing on Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch, Jed York can celebrate the hires with a trip to the Super Bowl. 49ers-Packers recap: Are you concerned about Jimmy G’s lack of use? - Niners NationSix pass attempts in the NFC Championship? Uh 49ers become the third team in NFL history to reach the Super Bowl after a 4-win season - Niners NationAn incredible season, but we’re not done yet 49ers news: Tevin Coleman suffers “Lethal Weapon-type” dislocated shoulder; could play in Super Bowl LIV - Niners NationCross your fingers Shanahan discusses how it is a dream come true to lead the 49ers to the Super Bowl - Niners NationThe 49ers head coach met with the media Monday afternoon 49ers DE Dee Ford on the Chiefs: Let’s get this right, there’s no love lost nowhere - Niners NationThis will be one of the main storylines Five takeaways from the 49ers win over the Packers - Niners NationDespite the score, there was a lot to takeaway from this game 49ers will wear traditional “away” jerseys; white shirt, gold pants at Super Bowl LIV - Niners NationNo Fun League 49ers news: Jimmy Garoppolo discusses his lack of passing attempts in the playoffs - Niners NationThe 49ers QB spoke to the media after Sunday’s game Four takeaways from the Chiefs-Titans and what it means for the 49ers - Niners NationI’d be worried about their stars 49ers news: While Patrick Mahomes is the better quarterback, here’s why you shouldn’t sleep on Jimmy Garoppolo - Niners NationPatrick Mahomes has thrown 11 touchdowns and 0 interceptions this postseason, but don’t forget about Jimmy Garoppolo despite only throwing 6 completions last week. 49ers GM John Lynch recalls how he and Shanahan became a pair - Niners NationLynch was on Peter King’s podcast 49ers news: Kyle Shanahan called out a penalty during the NFC Championship game before it happened - Niners NationThe 49ers head coach called a play during the NFC Championship before it happened 49ers-Chiefs: What are the most played out storylines from the Super Bowl? - Niners NationWe have some gems Who will have a bigger impact during their 49ers rookie contract: Moseley or Greenlaw? - Niners NationTwo incredibly talented 49ers The 49ers Can Win the Super Bowl Riding Jimmy Garoppolo’s Arm - Niners NationRun first? Why the 49ers can trust their star signal caller to get the job done, just as he’s done all year long. 49ers Buckner on the Chiefs: We need to be on our Ps and Qs and contain the speed they have at receiver - Niners NationDeForest was on Rich Eisen’s podcast discussing Kansas City The 49ers offensive line deserves more credit as Joe Staley has returned to his All-Pro form. - Niners NationThis unit has paved the way for the running backs the past few games 49ers TE George Kittle provides Super Bowl tickets to family of Army vet - Niners NationAn incredible gesture 49ers DC Robert Saleh said the Chiefs are the fastest team the Niners have faced by far - Niners NationThe 49ers DC met with the media Thursday Raheem Mostert and the 49ers gap scheme running game dominates the Packers in the NFC Championship game - Niners NationToday’s film room breaks down the offensive and defensive performance that suffocated the Packers in the NFC Championship game. 49ers HC Kyle Shanahan talks about how impressive the fans have been this season - Niners NationThe 49ers head coach spoke to the media Friday before the team traveled to Miami Jed York and the 49ers ownership group is taking the franchise’s entire staff to Miami - Niners NationYork estimated the total will be over 1,500 people How Kyle Shanahan’s Run Scheme lead the 49ers to the Super Bowl - Niners Nation| Film Breakdown by @AlexRollinsNFL
AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs news and notes heading into Super Bowl LIVby Seth Cox on January 26, 2020 at 2:00 pm
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports We are a week away from the big game and the Kansas City Chiefs are back in the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years. Here is what has happened the past week with the Chiefs as they get ready to take on the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV. Five things we learned as the Chiefs won the AFC championship - Arrowhead PrideThe Chiefs are headed to the Super Bowl — and we learned a few things in the victory that made it possible. Patrick Mahomes is redefining the Chiefs right before our eyes - Arrowhead PrideMahomes threw for 294 yards and scored four total touchdowns on Sunday in the Chiefs’ conference title win. Winning it for Andy Reid has become key source of Chiefs’ motivation - Arrowhead PrideA number of players mentioned Kansas City’s head coach after their 35-24 win in the AFC title game. Chiefs vs. Titans snap counts: Travis Kelce back, Chris Jones limited - Arrowhead PrideAfter being used somewhat sparingly against the Texans, Travis Kelce was back where he belonged on Sunday. Patrick Mahomes’ willingness to run is opening up Chiefs’ offense - Arrowhead PrideThe quarterback led the Chiefs in rushing during both playoff games. Chiefs WR Sammy Watkins’ value rises in the playoffs - Arrowhead PrideOften overshadowed in the regular season, the postseason is Watkins’ time to shine. Chiefs treating this week as full 49ers prep week - Arrowhead PrideThe AFC title party may be continuing in Kansas City, but Andy Reid and the Chiefs are already back to work. The “Mahomes has so many weapons” narrative and why it doesn’t matter - Arrowhead PrideWhy one of the trending criticisms of the Chiefs quarterback won’t matter in the end. Two Kansas City Chiefs are unsung heroes in Super Bowl run - Arrowhead PrideAdvanced analytics reveal a few key players who have been an integral part of the Chiefs’ success — in both the regular season and the postseason. Chiefs’ Chris Jones on track to play more in Super Bowl LIV - Arrowhead PrideAccording to Andy Reid, the Chiefs had Jones on a snap count against the Titans. The two words that drove the Kansas City Chiefs to the Super Bowl - Arrowhead PrideThe season has presented plenty of opportunities for adversity to overwhelm the Chiefs. Their "never give up" mentality may be the reason they are in the Super Bowl. A Chiefs player returns, two others sick and Chris Jones will be ready - Arrowhead PrideThe Chiefs say two more players are missing Thursday’s practice. It also looks like Demarcus Robinson is feeling better — and Chris Jones will be. Steve Spagnuolo: Terrell Suggs has been a “tremendous addition” - Arrowhead PrideSpagnuolo shared an anecdote about the future Hall of Famer on Thursday. Why Sammy Watkins has been crucial to Chiefs’ last two playoff runs - Arrowhead PrideWatkins hasn’t put up big numbers in Kansas City — except when the season is on the line. Chiefs’ Spagnuolo put together a perfect gameplan to stop Derrick Henry - Arrowhead PrideCraig takes a look at the Chiefs defensive effort against the run-heavy Titans Offense. George Kittle is point of focus for Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV - Arrowhead PrideKittle hasn’t made an impact in the playoffs yet, but that hasn’t stopped Kansas City from paying attention. Showing how the Chiefs OL has been successful in playoff run blocking - Arrowhead PrideLike their Super Bowl opponent, the Chiefs have not displayed dominance in the running game — but when needed, the line has been getting it done. Chiefs have told Mecole Hardman about Devin Hester’s Super Bowl moment - Arrowhead Pride‘Uncle Dave’ says he has talked to Mecole Hardman about the moment this week. Success against Titans suggests Chiefs could slow 49ers’ running game - Arrowhead PrideIn the AFC championship, the Chiefs stuffed the Titans’ running game with alignment and great individual play. 10 of the best Chiefs quotes from the week before the week before - Arrowhead PrideRounding up some of the top Kansas City quotes of the week.
Bird Droppings: Arizona Cardinals in the Pro Bowl, running back questions loom for Cardinals, 2020 Senior Bowl and moreby Seth Cox on January 26, 2020 at 11:00 am
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Happy Sunday one and all. There is so much news from the last week for your Arizona Cardinals so let’s get to it. Larry Fitzgerald Moves To NBA As Part Owner Of SunsWide receiver buys minority stake in basketball franchise With Stability In Mind, Pro Bowl Just The Start For Budda BakerSafety relishing chance to play in same defense for consecutive seasons Fading From View: The Challenges Of NFL RetirementAbrupt changes result when playing career ends As Eli Manning Retires, His Ties with Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals No Pro Bowl For Kyler Murray This Year, But The Future? Pro Bowler Chandler Jones Highlights From 2019Watch the highlights of Cardinals Pro Bowl linebacker Chandler Jones from the 2019 NFL season. Cover 2 Clips - Fitzgerald Taking On OwnershipOn 'Cards Cover 2' we discuss the news of WR Larry Fitzgerald purchasing a minority stake in the Phoenix Suns. Pro Bowl PrepS Budda Baker and LB Chandler Jones are in Orlando, prepping for the 2020 Pro Bowl. Budda Baker And Chandler Jones Talk About Pro Bowl ExperienceS Budda Baker and OLB Chandler Jones talk about their experience at the Pro Bowl and how they're looking forward to Sunday's game. Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald buys share of SunsCardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has bought a share of the Suns, becoming the second active NFL player with an NBA ownership share. Cardinals' future at wide receiver uncertain heading into 2020 - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPNHow much does Larry Fitzgerald have left? How much progress can the rookies make? Who's available in the NFL draft and free agency? Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald buys minority share of Phoenix SunsLarry Fitzgerald, the future Hall of Fame Arizona Cardinals receiver, has purchased a minority ownership share of the Phoenix Suns. Cardinals reportedly hire former TE Jim Dray to Kliff Kingsbury's staffJim Dray was most recently with the Cleveland Browns working as an offensive quality control coach under now-fired head coach Freddie Kitchens. Bickley: Fitzgerald becoming part-owner of Suns valuable in many waysLarry Fitzgerald becoming a part-owner of the Phoenix Suns is something that brings value for the team beyond just the name. Kiper's 1st NFL mock draft: Cardinals pick Georgia OT Andrew ThomasComparing Mel Kiper Jr.'s mock to others, a key point stands out. The Arizona Cardinals will have options to add a ready-to-go impact player. Arizona Cardinals statistics: Breaking down the 2019 rushing attackThe Cardinals used the whole field for their rushing attack under Kliff Kingsbury. 2020 Senior Bowl: Steve Keim, Kliff Kingsbury leave Mobile early in weekThey left after only one day of practice in Mobile. Arizona Cardinals offseason: QB outlook for 2020What are the burning questions surrounding the quarterback position this offseason? Arizona Cardinals stats: Breakdown of rushing defense and directionThe Cardinals faced more up-the-middle runs than any team in the NFL in 2019. Mel Kiper mock draft: Arizona Cardinals have choice of top OL or WROnly quarterbacks and defensive players are selected with the first seven picks of the draft in Kiper's first mock of the year. 2020 Senior Bowl: The offensive practice players of the weekThe players they practiced against voted these players as the best offensive players for both the North and South teams. 2020 Senior Bowl: The defensive practice players of the weekCheck out who stood out in practice among defensive players, as decided on by the players. What happens at RB if the Arizona Cardinals can’t re-sign Kenyan Drake?Some speculation about what could happen if the expected events of the offseason don't happen. Arizona Cardinals’ Budda Baker sees bigger numbers for himself in 2020He had volume tackle numbers in 2019. Can he add more impact stats like picks, pass breakups and tackles for loss? AZ Cardinals offseason: Questions about David Johnson, Kenyan DrakeWe break down the situation for the Cardinals this offseason at running back.
2020 Senior Bowl game time, TV info, rosters, streaming and moreby Seth Cox on January 25, 2020 at 4:00 pm
Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports The final day of the 2020 Senior Bowl is here and it is really the least important day. Most media members and head guys from the teams are on their couch today, while the game itself goes on. That doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy it. It is All-Star football weekend, so may as well get started with a look at the future of the NFL. That is the thing with the Senior Bowl and tomorrows Pro Bowl. It is football, but it makes preseason football watered down. But! It is still football. Here is everything you need to know about today’s Senior Bowl. 2020 rosters South Team - Coached by the Cincinnati Bengals North Team - Coached by the Detroit Lions Game time WHAT: 70th Annual Reese’s Senior Bowl WHEN: January 25th, 2:30pm EST WHERE: Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Alabama CHANNEL: NFL Network, DirecTV (Channel 212), Dish Network (Channel 154). STREAMING: NFL.com/watch Enjoy the game.