January 27, 2013; Honolulu, HI, USA; AFC long snapper John Denney of the Miami Dolphins (92) prepares to snap the ball against the NFC in the second quarter during the 2013 Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

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When: Sunday, Jan. 29,Time: 8 p.m. ET
Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando
National TV: ESPN,
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Dropping the league-wide fantasy draft experiment, the NFL will return the Pro Bowl to its original format and once again pit the best of the NFC and AFC against each other in Sunday’s all-star game at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

In the three previous years, players, regardless of their team’s conference, were selected and split up by Hall of Famers Jerry Rice, Cris Carter and Michael Irvin over a couple of days. But the NFL nixed that version and went back to NFC vs. AFC, the league announced in June. It will, however, feature legends captains in Jerome Bettis, Tony Gonzalez, Ray Lewis and Charles Woodson.

In the same vein, many players are sticking to their own tradition of skipping the Pro Bowl. This year, the AFC has 18 replacement players filling in for those who are either injured, playing in the Super Bowl or simply didn’t want to participate. The NFC will roll out 14 replacement players.

This year’s game does stand out for several reasons. Most notably, 23 players will be first-time Pro Bowlers, including the Dallas Cowboys dynamic one-two rookie punch of quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott, as well as Kansas City Chiefs receiver – acting as kick return specialist in the game.The Oakland Raiders sent the most players to Orlando with seven, followed by the NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons with six.