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Published: Sun, January 29, 2017
Medical | By Benjamin Edwards

Tickets Expensive as Pro Bowl Returns to Mainland

Tickets Expensive as Pro Bowl Returns to Mainland

By the way, does anyone else wish Damon Harrison was in the Pro Bowl just so we could watch him play dodgeball? Fans of the game know that super stars, like Odell Beckham Jr can catch, but can he recreate that famous one hand catch. Next was the Power Relay challenge, and that's where Davis got involved. Coincidentally, that was the last time the game was held in the contiguous U.S. Held at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., that game owned a $243 average, making it the priciest Pro Bowl since 2010. Next, he joined Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy to pull two 300-pound blocks 10 yards.

However, the Cowboys rookie duo of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott will be.

Davis and company got two tries at the relay, as the sled's track had an obstruction preventing it from advancing.

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After a controversial call, the NFC would win the event. The NFC team won the game. Known for his incredible catching abilities, the Giants wideout was the only one capable of corralling the dropped ball from the highest drone. It was the passing challenge in which quarterbacks were given one minute to hit targets of varying sizes and distances and point values some of which were moving. However, the big difference this time around will be the game being played in Orlando, FL at Camping World Stadium as opposed to out in Hawaii. "They don't have an NFL team and there are a lot of football fans there".

Next up was Chris Harris Jr.in the Drone Drop Catch. Players declining to play in the Pro Bowl due to injury concerns has actually become a fairly common practice, one that many of us wish Tyler Eifert would have abided by a year ago before suffering an ankle injury during the 2016 Pro Bowl that kept him out for the first six games of the 2016 season.

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