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Dodgeball, golf and kick tac toe: What Ravens players will be doing at 2023 Pro Bowl Games

The NFL’s annual all-star event is getting a makeover.

The first-ever Pro Bowl Games, held this week at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, will feature a series of skills competitions for the league’s top players in the AFC and NFC, including dodgeball, golf and precision passing. The traditional exhibition tackle football game held the week before the Super Bowl will be replaced by three flag football games on Sunday led by head coaches Peyton and Eli Manning.


The skills competitions will be broadcast Thursday at 7 p.m. on ESPN, while the flag football games will be broadcast on Sunday at 3 p.m., also on ESPN.

With the addition of quarterback Tyler Huntley as an injury replacement, the Ravens will have six players competing in the reimagined event. Here’s a breakdown of what they’ll be doing:


Precision Passing (Thursday)

Each quarterback will compete in a one-minute accuracy competition attempting to hit as many moving targets as possible. After the buzzer sounds, they will get one last long-distance throw to earn bonus points.


Trevor Lawrence, Jaguars

Tyler Huntley, Ravens

Derek Carr, Raiders


Kirk Cousins, Vikings

Geno Smith, Seahawks


Jared Goff, Lions

Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey talks to other competitors before competing in the Long Drive event at the NFL Pro Bowl Games on Wednesday at Bear's Best Golf Course in Las Vegas.

Longest Drive (Thursday)

Four players from each conference will attempt to drive a golf ball the furthest distance off a tee. Each player will get three swings and the player who drives the ball the furthest within the boundaries on each side of the fairway will be declared the winner.


Justin Tucker, Ravens

Jordan Poyer, Bills

C.J. Mosley, Jets


Marlon Humphrey, Ravens

Matt Judon, Patriots


Jonathan Allen, Commanders

Tress Way, Commanders

Daron Payne, Commanders


T.J. Hockenson, Vikings

Za’Darius Smith, Vikings

Lightning Round (Thursday)

Each conference will select 16 players to compete in a three-part elimination challenge that will determine one winner.

In the first event, Splash Catch, teammates from each conference will toss water balloons back and forth from increasing distances. Each tandem that completes all of their tosses advances to the second phase.

In part two, High Stakes, players will attempt to catch punts from a JUGS machine.

In the final part, Thrill of the Spill, the remaining players will aim at targets attached to a bucket hanging above the head of an opposing conference’s coach. The first team to dump the bucket on the opposing coach wins.



Quinnen Williams, Jets

Mitch Morse, Bills

Joel Bitonio, Browns

Pat Surtain II, Broncos

Laremy Tunsil, Texans


Ben Jones, Titans

Jamal Agnew, Jaguars

Justin Hardee, Jets

Bradley Chubb, Dolphins

Rodger Saffold, Bills

Matt Milano, Bills


Jeffrey Simmons, Titans

Wyatt Teller, Browns

Derrick Henry, Titans

Dion Dawkins, Bills

Patrick Ricard, Ravens

Cam Heyward, Steelers


Trey Hendrickson, Bengals

Terron Armstead, Dolphins

Xavien Howard, Dolphins


Frank Ragnow, Lions

Budda Baker, Cardinals


Chris Lindstrom, Falcons

Brian Burns, Panthers

KaVontae Turpin, Cowboys

Jeremy Reaves, Commanders

Penei Sewell, Lions

Cam Jordan, Saints


Terry McLaurin, Commanders

Fred Warner, 49ers

Tristan Wirfs, Buccaneers

Demarcus Lawrence, Cowboys

Talanoa Hufanga, 49ers

Quandre Diggs, Seahawks


Dexter Lawrence, Giants

Zack Martin, Cowboys

Tyler Biadasz, Cowboys

Danielle Hunter, Vikings

Trent Williams, 49ers

Elgton Jenkins, Packers


Dodgeball (Thursday)

A multi-round tournament of classic dodgeball features four teams of five players that begins with the offenses and defenses from both conferences facing off and culminates in an AFC vs. NFC showdown.

In the first matchup, the AFC offense will face the AFC defense to determine the AFC winner. In the second game, the NFC offense takes on the NFC defense to determine the NFC winner.

In the finale, the AFC winner and NFC winner meet to determine the champion.

AFC Offense

Nick Chubb, Browns

Tyreek Hill, Dolphins


Ja’Marr Chase, Bengals

Josh Jacobs, Raiders

Mark Andrews, Ravens

Dawson Knox, Bills

AFC Defense

Myles Garrett, Browns


Maxx Crosby, Raiders

Sauce Garder, Jets

Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers

Roquan Smith, Ravens

Marlon Humphrey, Ravens

NFC Offense


Dalvin Cook, Vikings

CeeDee Lamb, Cowboys

Saquon Barkley, Giants

George Kittle, 49ers

Kyle Juszczyk, 49ers

Christian McCaffrey, 49ers


NFC Defense

Demario Davis, Saints

Jaire Alexander, Packers

Trevon Diggs, Cowboys

Micah Parsons, Cowboys

Jalen Ramsey, Rams


Tariq Woolen, Seahawks

Kick Tac Toe (Sunday)

Each team’s kicker, punter and long snapper compete in a giant tic-tac-toe competition. The first team to complete a connecting line of three squares or hit five squares total will be declared the winner.


Justin Tucker, Ravens

AJ Cole, Raiders

Morgan Cox, Titans



Jason Myers, Seahawks

Tress Way, Commanders

Andrew DePaola, Vikings

Flag Football (Sunday)

The flag football finale on Sunday will feature three games with the AFC and NFC rosters’ skill position players along with centers, who snap and kneel as is customary in seven-on-seven competition.



QB Derek Carr, Raiders

QB Trevor Lawrence, Jaguars

QB Tyler Huntley, Ravens

RB Nick Chubb, Browns

RB Josh Jacobs, Raiders

RB Derrick Henry, Titans


WR Davante Adams, Raiders

WR Stefon Diggs, Bills

WR Tyreek Hill, Dolphins

WR Ja’Marr Chase, Bengals

TE Mark Andrews, Ravens

TE Dawson Knox, Bills


FB Patrick Ricard, Ravens

OLB Matt Judon, Patriots

OLB Matt Milano, Bills

OLB Bradley Chubb, Dolphins

ILB C.J. Mosley, Jets

ILB Roquan Smith, Ravens


CB Pat Surtain II, Broncos

CB Sauce Gardner, Jets

CB Xavien Howard, Dolphins

CB Marlon Humphrey, Ravens

FS Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers

SS Derwin James, Chargers


SS Jordan Poyer, Bills

RET SPEC Jamal Agnew, Jaguars

SP TEAM Justin Hardee, Jets

C Ben Jones, Titans

C Mitch Morse, Bills



QB Kirk Cousins, Vikings

QB Geno Smith, Seahawks

QB Jared Goff, Lions

RB Dalvin Cook, Vikings

RB Saquon Barkley, Giants

RB Christian McCaffrey, 49ers


WR Terry McLaurin, Commanders

WR Justin Jefferson, Vikings

WR CeeDee Lamb, Cowboys

WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, Lions

TE T.J. Hockenson, Vikings

TE George Kittle, 49ers


FB Kyle Juszczyk, 49ers

OLB Micah Parsons, Cowboys

OLB Danielle Hunter, Vikings

OLB Za’Darius Smith, Vikings

ILB Demario Davis, Saints

ILB Fred Warner, 49ers


CB Jaire Alexander, Packers

CB Jalen Ramsey, Rams

CB Trevon Diggs, Cowboys

CB Tariq Woolen, Seahawks

FS Quandre Diggs, Seahawks

SS Talanoa Hufanga, 49ers


SS Budda Baker, Cardinals

RET SPEC KaVontae Turpin, Cowboys

SP TEAM Jeremy Reaves, Commanders

C Frank Ragnow, Lions

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C Tyler Biadasz, Cowboys

Other events

Best Catch: Two players from each conference will compete in a best catch competition, showing off their creativity, inventiveness and talent. Fans will vote online to determine their favorite catch, and the players with the highest votes will compete in the finals on Sunday.


Gridiron Gauntlet: A side-by-side relay race showcasing strength, speed and agility, six players from each conference will compete to see who finishes first. The four-part Gauntlet, each segment 40 yards in length, includes a series of breakaway walls, a section of climbing over walls and under tables, a tire run and a blocking sled carrying a coach across the finish line.

Move the Chains: Four teams (two teams from each conference) will compete side by side in a weighted wall pull that will showcase their strength, speed and ingenuity. Each team of five players is responsible for pulling a wall, loaded up with heavy weights, 10 yards as quickly as possible using first-down chains. The winner of the best-of-three playoff will be declared the champion.

Overall scoring

The winning conference of each skill competition earns three points towards their team’s overall score, with 24 total points available across the eight skills events.

The winning conference from each of the first two flag football games will earn six points for their team, for a total of 12 available points.

Points from the skills competitions and first two flag games will be added together and will be the score at the beginning of the third and final flag game, which will determine the winning conference.