Pro Bowl players on the two Super Bowl teams will not participate in the Pro Bowl.
No. Now that the Pro Bowl is being played the week before the Super Bowl, any player selected for the Pro Bowl that is playing in the Super Bowl will be replaced.
The pro bowl which is now before the superbowl.
Yes, but in 2010 the NFL wanted to experiment by trying it before the Super Bowl.
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.
no you have to not make the superbowl
That was Super Bowl XLII. Eli Manning of the Giants was not selected to the Pro Bowl. Prior to that it was Super Bowl XLI when Rex Grossman of the Chicago Bears was not selected to the Pro Bowl.
No, when the NFC wins the pro bowl, the NFC team playing in the Super Bowl wins home field advantage.
The Pro Bowl is played the week after the Superbowl.Selections for the Pro Bowl are made towards the end of the regular season. I guess they assumed people would have better things to worry about as the playoffs approachs.