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NBC live stream NFL Pro Bowl schedule 2014: NFL football game time & free stream

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According to a Jan. 26 SBN report, Aloha Stadium will be the site for the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl football game, which will be televised on NBC and live streaming free online on NBC Live Extra. Opening kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. EST (6:30 p.m. CST/5:30 p.m. MST/4:30 p.m. PST) from Honolulu, Hawaii, and it will be broadcast nationwide on NBC Sports (NBC-6 in Miami).

Televised coverage of the 2014 NFL Pro Bowl gets underway at the top of the hour (7 p.m. EST) with “Cris Collinsworth’s Sunday Night Football Special” on NBC. The NBC Live Extra live stream will commence following the 30-minute pre-game show.

To view this game on a desktop, tablet, mobile phone and other internet-connecting devices please visit NBC Sports’ live streaming online page, or simply click here to enjoy the Pro Bowl 2014 action.

The great Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will provide TV and live streaming viewers with the best analysis and color commentary, while Michele Tafoya will handle sideline-reporting duties.

According to Pro Bowl 2014 oddsmakers, Jerry Rice’s team [-1½] is listed as ATS betting favorites by a point-after versus Deion Sanders’ squad [+1½]. The OVER/UNDER is set at a combined total of 91 points, and alternate (straight-up) betting lines go as follows: Team Rice [-120] vs. Team Sanders [EVEN].

With a new format and rules in place, NFL football fans simply cannot afford to miss the 2014 Pro Bowl. Watch it on your TV set by tuning to big NBC’s national broadcast, or simply click on the link provided above to live stream the action online. Finally, here’s a look at both team’s 2014 Pro Bowl football game time rosters, beginning with Deion Sanders' team:

Quarterbacks

  • Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers)
  • Nick Foles (Philadelphia Eagles)
  • Andrew Luck (Indianapolis Colts)

Running Backs

  • Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • Eddie Lacy (Green Bay Packers)
  • Marcel Reece (Oakland Raiders)
  • Alfred Morris (Washington Redskins)

Wide Receivers

  • DeSean Jackson (Philadelphia Eagles)
  • A.J. Green (Cincinnati Bengals)
  • Antonio Brown (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • Dez Bryant (Dallas Cowboys)

Tight Ends

  • Jason Witten (Dallas Cowboys)
  • Jordan Cameron (Cleveland Browns)

Offensive Tackles

  • Trent Williams (Washington Redskins)
  • Duane Brown (Houston Texans)
  • Branden Albert (Kansas City Chiefs)

Offensive Guards

  • Logan Mankins (New England Patriots)
  • Marshal Yanda (Baltimore Ravens)
  • Kyle Long (Chicago Bears)

Centers

  • Mike Pouncey (Miami Dolphins)
  • Alex Mack (Cleveland Browns)

Defensive Ends

  • Greg Hardy (Carolina Panthers)
  • Mario Williams (Buffalo Bills)
  • J.J. Watt (Houston Texans)

Defensive Tackles

  • Ndamukong Suh (Detroit Lions)
  • Dontari Poe (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • Gerald McCoy (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Outside Linebackers

  • Terrell Suggs (Baltimore Ravens)
  • Tamba Hali (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • Brian Orakpo (Washington Redskins)

Inside Linebackers

  • Paul Posluszny (Jacksonville Jaguars)
  • Luke Kuechly (Carolina Panthers)

Cornerbacks

  • Patrick Peterson (Arizona Cardinals)
  • Brent Grimes (Miami Dolphins)
  • Darrelle Revis (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
  • Tim Jennings (Chicago Bears)

Free Safeties

  • Eric Berry (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • Eric Weddle (San Diego Chargers)
  • T.J. Ward (Cleveland Browns)

Punter

  • Brandon Fields (Miami Dolphins)

Placekicker

  • Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens)

Return Specialist

  • Cordarrelle Patterson (Minnesota Vikings)

Long Snapper

  • J.J. Jansen (Carolina Panthers)

Special Teams

  • Matthew Slater (New England Patriots)

2014 NFL Pro Bowl Rosters: Team Jerry Rice

Quarterbacks

  • Drew Brees ( Saints)
  • Alex Smith (Chiefs)
  • Philip Rivers ( Chargers)

Running Backs

  • Matt Forte (Bears)
  • LeSean McCoy (Eagles)
  • DeMarco Murray (Cowboys)
  • Mike Tolbert (Panthers)

Wide Receivers

  • Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals)
  • Josh Gordon (Browns)
  • Brandon Marshall (Bears)
  • Alshon Jeffery (Bears)

Tight Ends

  • Jimmy Graham (Saints)
  • Tony Gonzalez (Falcons)

Offensive Tackles

  • Jordan Gross (Panthers)
  • Joe Thomas (Browns)
  • Tyron Smith (Cowboys)

Offensive Guards

  • Ben Grubbs (Saints)
  • Evan Mathis (Eagles)
  • Jahri Evans (Saints)

Centers

  • Ryan Kalil (Panthers)
  • Nick Mangold (Jets)

Defensive Ends

  • Cameron Wake (Dolphins)
  • Robert Quinn ( Rams)
  • Cameron Jordan (Saints)

Defensive Tackles

  • Kyle Williams (Bills)
  • Jason Hatcher (Cowboys)
  • Marcell Dareus (Bills)

Outside Linebackers

  • Justin Houston (Chiefs)
  • John Abraham (Cardinals)
  • Robert Mathis (Colts)

Inside Linebackers

  • Vontaze Burfict (Bengals)
  • Derrick Johnson (Chiefs)

Cornerbacks

  • Alterraun Verner (Titans)
  • Joe Haden (Browns)
  • Brandon Flowers (Chiefs)
  • Antonio Cromartie (Jets)

Safeties

  • Antrel Rolle (Giants)
  • Jairus Byrd (Bills)
  • Eric Reid (49ers)

Punter

  • John Hekker (Rams)

Placekicker

  • Stephen Gostkowski (Patriots)

Return Specialist

  • Dexter McCluster (Chiefs)

Long Snapper

  • Matt Overton (Colts)

Special Teams

  • Justin Bethel (Cardinals)
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