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Pro Bowl Skills Challenge

New Pro Bowl event to showcase NFL stars on ESPN on Pro Bowl Eve, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. ET

They began the season with training camp drills. Now they will end the season showcasing their skills.

Michael Vick, Peyton Manning and Tony Gonzalez are among the NFL All-Stars slated to participate in the inaugural “Pro Bowl Skills Challenge Presented by Ameriquest,” which will air on ESPN from 6-8 p.m. ET on the eve of the 2005 Pro Bowl, Saturday, February 12. ESPN’s Trey Wingo, Suzy Kolber and Tom Jackson, and Rod Woodson of NFL Network will host the show.

NFL All-Stars will compete in several football-related events in the “Pro Bowl Skills Challenge Presented by Ameriquest,” including the Strongest Man, “On the Mark” (QB accuracy), the Fastest Man (40-yard dash) and the Best Hands.

Ameriquest Mortgage Company is the presenting sponsor of the Pro Bowl Skills Challenge. Other sponsors include Coors, Pepsi and Subway.

In addition to the “Skills Challenge,” there will be a “Legends” game featuring 14 former Pro Bowl stars, including Pro Football Hall of Famers Marcus Allen and Mike Singletary, and quarterbacks Dan Marino and Steve Young, who have been nominated for induction into the Hall of Fame this year.

The two-hour special will be filmed at the Ko Olina Special Event Field adjacent to the J.W. Mariott Ihilani Resort & Spa.

NFL player appearances at the “Pro Bowl Skills Challenge Presented by Ameriquest” are coordinated by Players Inc, the marketing subsidiary of the NFLPA.

The Pro Bowl, featuring the All-Stars from the National Football Conference against the American Football Conference, will be played for the 26th consecutive year at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 13, 2005 and will be broadcast live by ESPN and CBS Radio.

Pro Bowl Skills Challenge participants:

Most Accurate:

Drew Brees – San Diego Chargers

Peyton Manning – Indianapolis Colts

Michael Vick – Atlanta Falcons


La'Roi Glover – Dallas Cowboys

Shaun Rogers - Detroit Lions

Takeo Spikes – Buffalo Bills

Jeremiah Trotter – Philadelphia Eagles

Best Hands:

Antonio Gates - San Diego Chargers

Tony Gonzalez – Kansas City Chiefs

Marvin Harrison – Indianapolis Colts

Chad Johnson – Cincinnati Bengals

Muhsin Muhammad – Carolina Panthers

Javon Walker - Green Bay Packers

Hines Ward – Pittsburgh Steelers

Best Kicker:

David Akers – Philadelphia Eagles

Adam Vinatieri – New England Patriots

Fastest Man:

Ahman Green – Green Bay Packers

Joe Horn - New Orleans Saints

Andre Johnson – Houston Texans

Allen Rossum - Atlanta Falcons

Legends Game:

Marcus Allen – Kansas City Chiefs

Steve Atwater – Denver Broncos

Blaine Bishop – Tennessee Titans

Leroy Butler – Green Bay Packers

Mark Clayton – Miami Dolphins

Bryan Cox – New England Patriots

Roger Craig – San Francisco 49ers

Darrell Green – Washington Redskins

Michael Irvin – Dallas Cowboys

James Lofton – Oakland Raiders

Dan Marino – Miami Dolphins

Andre Reed – Buffalo Bills

Mike Singletary – Chicago Bears

Steve Young – San Francisco 49ers

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Sunday is the Pro Bowl but Saturday they have a skill competion and chad is in it.

So a big GO CHAD this weekend!!!!!!!!!

GO BENGALS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Okay...I'll bite. What "skills" do the recievers demonstrate besides catching a ball thrown to them? :blink:

Here's a competition Chad can win for sure:


.............SMART-A$$ SIGN MAKING!!!

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