they get paid as much as the players win the game.
The coaches of the division champions that did not go to the Super Bowl are selected for the Pro Bowl.
The Pro Bowl winning team gets $61,000
The head coaches of the teams that lose the AFC and NFC conference championship games are those that are the head coaches in the Pro Bowl.
Most of the time, the coaches can earn from a range 750,000 to about 3.4 MIllion but the only earn that million if their team wins the game.
Ray Malavasi Bum Phillips Malavasi and Phillips were the coaches for the 1979 Pro Bowl played January 29, 1979. The 1978 Pro Bowl was played January 23, 1978 and the coaches were Bud Grant and John Madden.
Now that the Pro Bowl is played the week between the Conference Championship games and the Super Bowl, players on Super Bowl teams who make the Pro Bowl are considered Pro Bowlers and they do get paid.
All first team Pro Bowl players get paid. All Alternates who accept the invitation to play get paid. If an Alternate is named to the tem and declines, they are not considered to be Pro Bowl players and they do not get paid.
The people of America vote
The Pro Bowl consists of 1/3 fan voting, 1/3 players voting, and 1/3 coaches voting.
45k for winning, 22k for losing.
The Pro Bowl coaches traditionally were from the losing teams in the NFC and the AFC championship games. But a new formula has been used since the 2010 Pro Bowl, which invites the coaching staffs from losing teams in the divisional playoff games that have the best overall records in each conference. This enables the Pro Bowl coaches to have more time with players since the game is now held the week before the Super Bowl.
The Pro Bowl squads formerly were coached by staffs whose teams did not survive the divisional playoffs. Now the teams are headed by celebrity coaches, usually former NFL stars such as Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders.
An all-pro is a player who is determined to be the best at their position as voted on by a selected panel of sports writers.A pro-bowl player is a player who appears in the pro bowl at the end of the season. To determine the pro-bowl roster there are three sets of voters each set of voters gets an equal say in the pro-bowl roster. The three sets of voters are: the fans, the players, and the coaches.
No they don't get paid for being in it
No. Not all teams are represented in the Pro Bowl. Only players voted in by the fans, players and coaches make the Pro Bowl roster. In the last Pro Bowl (2012 season) six teams did not have at least one player on the roster. The teams were: Chargers, Jaguars, Titans, Panthers, Eagles and Rams.
The 2003 Pro Bowl head coaches were Jeff Fisher of the Titans (AFC) and Andy Reid of the Eagles (NFC). The AFC won the game 45-20.
The losing team gets paid $25,000 for each player , and the winning team gets $50,000 for each player.
AFC: John Harbaugh NFC: Andy Reid
National football league ( A.K.A NFL)
The Pro Bowl roster is selected by coaches, players, and fans, each accounting for a third of the vote. Replacements are players who just missed the cut and would be right behind the Pro Bowlers in the number of votes.