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Pro Bowl 2013: Time, date, rosters, TV schedule and more

The annual Pro Bowl will take place Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013 from Honolulu. Two Steelers players qualified for the league's All-Star game, center Maurkice Pouncey and tight end Heath Miller. Due to a knee injury, Miller will not play. He was replaced by Houston's Owen Daniels.

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The 2013 Pro Bowl will kick off at 7 p.m. ET Sunday, Jan. 27 from Honolulu. While only two Steelers players earned invitations, center Maurkice Pouncey and tight end Heath Miller (who will not play due to a knee injury suffered in Week 17), some of the best in the league will participate in what's typically a light-hearted affair.

Some may remember last season when Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, who was named to the AFC roster as a kick returner, decided to try his hand on defense, covering Arizona's Larry Fitzgerald.

Fitzgerald proceeded to break wide open on Brown, and score a deep touchdown for the NFC team.

Those kinds of moments are what the Pro Bowl is about, and while some people prefer the game to be played seriously, or not played at all, with a roster strung together and only a week of prep time, it's next to impossible to field anything resembling a team anyway.

NBC will have all the Pro Bowl action starting at 7 p.m. Sunday.

2013 NFL Pro Bowl rosters

*Peyton Manning Denver Drew Brees New Orleans
Matt Schaub Houston Eli Manning New York Giants
Andrew Luck Indianapolis Russell Wilson Seattle
Running Back
*Arian Foster Houston *Adrian Peterson Minnesota
Jamaal Charles Kansas City Marshawn Lynch Seattle
C.J. Spiller Buffalo Doug Martin Tampa Bay
*Marcel Reece Oakland Jerome Felton Minnesota
Wide receiver
*Andre Johnson Houston Julio Jones Atlanta
*A.J. Green Cincinnati Victor Cruz New York Giants
Reggie Wayne Indianapolis Larry Fitzgerald Arizona
DeMaryius Thomas Denver Vincent Jackson Tampa Bay
Tight end
Jermaine Gresham Cincinnati Jason Witten Dallas
Owen Daniels Houston Kyle Rudolph Minnesota
*Duane Brown Houston Russell Okung Seattle
*Joe Thomas Cleveland Jermon Bushrod New Orleans
Andrew Whitworth Cincinnati Matt Kalil Minnesota
Wade Smith Houston Jahri Evans New Orleans
Richie Incognito Miami Chris Snee New York Giants
Zane Beadles Denver Josh Sitton Green Bay
*Maurkice Pouncey Steelers Max Unger Seattle
Chris Meyers Houston Jeff Saturday Green Bay
Defensive end
J.J. Watt Houston Jason Pierre-Paul New York Giants
Cameron Wake Miami Julius Peppers Chicago
Elvis Dumervill Denver Jared Allen Minnesota
Interior linemen
Geno Atkins Cincinnati Henry Melton Chicago
Randy Starks Miami Gerald McCoy Tampa Bay
Kyle Williams Buffalo Ndamukong Suh Detroit
Outside linebacker
Tamba Hali Kansas City Chad Greenway Minnesota
Robert Mathis Indianapolis Ryan Kerrigan Washington
Justin Houston Kansas City Anthony Spencer Dallas
Inside/middle linebacker
Jerod Mayo New England London Fletcher Washington
Derrick Johnson Kansas City Daryl Washington Atlanta
Champ Bailey Denver Charles Tillman Chicago
Johnathan Joseph Houston Tim Jennings Chicago
Antonio Cromartie New York Jets Patrick Peterson Arizona
Free safety
Jairus Byrd Buffalo Earl Thomas Seattle
Strong Safety Thomas DeCoud Atlanta
Eric Berry Kansas City
LaRon Landry New York Jets William Moore Atlanta
Dustin Colquitt Kansas City Thomas Morestead New Orleans
Phil Dawson Cleveland Blair Walsh Minnesota
Kick returner
Josh Cribbs Cleveland Leon Washington Seattle
Special teams player
Matt Slater New England Lorenzo Alexander Washington
Long snapper
John Denney Miami Don Muhlbach Detroit