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Friday Round-Up: What’s Happening At The 2019 Pro Bowl

Good morning, 12s.

Here’s a look at what’s ‘out there’ for today – Friday, January 18 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

All Week. All In. Orlando, Florida

As the Seahawks prepare to fly over to Orlando, Fla. next week for the 2019 Pro Bowl, we thought you may want to know what kind of events are going on throughout the week leading up to NFL’s all-star matchup.

“From seeing your favorite NFL stars, to testing your mettle on the field, the 2019 Pro Bowl Week won’t just bring you closer to the game, it will immerse you in it,” states NFL.com.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, linebacker Bobby Wagner, and punter Michael Dickson will be representing the team in Orlando. Be sure to tune in to ESPN and ABC on January 27 at 12:00 p.m. PT.

Pro Bowl Week Events, January 23 – 26, 2019

*All times PT

Band Exhibitions

What: Local high school bands perform and welcome guests

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports and Camping World Stadium

Pro Bowl Skills Showdown

What: Unique competitions between AFC and NFC All-Stars

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports

When: January 23 (aired on ESPN and Disney XD at 9PM ET on January 24)

Pro Bowl Practices

What: AFC and NFC team practices, which are free and open to the public

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports

When: January 23-25

Pro Bowl Experience

What: Free football festival of immersive exhibits

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports

When: January 23-26

Play Football Opening Night

What: Red carpet event for over 600 NFL FLAG and high school student-athletes

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports

When: 3:00 p.m., January 24

Play Football Skills Showdown

What: Unique skills competitions for high school football players

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports

When: 10:00 a.m., January 25

Play Football Celebrity Flag Game

What: Flag football game involving celebrities, influencers, NFL Legends, and the youth football community

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports

When: 3:00 p.m., January 25

NFL FLAG Championships Powered by USA Football

What: Flag football championships for 9-10 coed, 11-12 coed, and 13-14 girls

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports

When: January 25 (kickoff) & January 26 (championships)

Youth Football & Community Day

What: Community Blitz involving NFL Pro Bowl players and NFL Flag participants

Where: ESPN Wide World of Sports

When: January 26

Pep Rally at Disney Springs

What: Pep rally full of dancing, NFL cheerleaders, team mascots, and more

Where: Marketplace Stage at Disney Springs

When: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., January 26

Pro Bowl Events, January 27, 2019

Don Shula High School Coach of the Year Award

What: Award ceremony honoring an exemplary high school football coach

Where: Camping World Stadium

NFL FLAG Championships

What: Championship game for 13-14 boys

Where: Camping World Stadium

Pro Bowl Red Carpet

What: Red carpet events for Pro Bowl stars to show off their style

Where: Camping World Stadium

Pro Bowl High School Recognition

What: Pro Bowlers wearing helmet stickers representing their high school football teams

Where: Camping World Stadium

Social Post Of The Day

Today’s ‘Social Post of the Day’ comes from PFF Seahawks, as they announced that Seahawks’ WR Tyler Lockett ranks first among wide receivers for average number of yards gained when targeted against press coverage.

More From Around The Web

Today has been proclaimed as ‘Paul G. Allen Day’ by Mayor Jenny Durkan of Seattle.

The Seahawks signed former first-round pick Paxton Lynch to a reserve/future contract.

Dave Wyman, Jim Moore, and Danny O’Neil from 710 ESPN Seattle discuss how newly-signed quarterback Paxton Lynch will benefit from playing with the Seahawks.

Images of the five Seahawks that were selected to the 2018 Pro Bowl in Orlando.

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