(CNN)The traditional NFL Pro Bowl has been revamped for the 2022-23 season. The rebranded Pro Bowl Games breathe new life into the longstanding praxis of bringing together the league's top talent.
The festivities kicked off with a skills competition on Thursday night, which will continue on Sunday and culminate with three flag football games later in the day.
The games will have cumulative scoring, with the winning conference of each skills competition earning three points and the winning conference from each of the first two flag football games earning six points.
The sums will be added together and will be the starting score of the third and final flag football game. The winning conference of that game will be the winners of the Pro Bowl Games.
Where will the games take place?
The games will take place over two days at Intermountain Healthcare Performance Center and Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Who is playing?
The teams are divided by conference. Each team comprises the best the league has to offer, minus those who are playing in the Super Bowl next week. The players are selected based on a combination of votes from fans, players, and coaches. Here are the rosters:
Head Coach: Peyton Manning (Hall of Famer)
Quarterback: Josh Allen (Buffalo), Joe Burrow (Cincinnati), Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City)
Running back: Nick Chubb (Cleveland), Derrick Henry (Tennessee), Josh Jacobs (Las Vegas)
Fullback: Patrick Ricard (Baltimore)
Wide receiver: Davante Adams (Las Vegas), Ja'Marr Chase (Cincinnati), Stefon Diggs (Buffalo), Tyreek Hill (Miami)
Tight end: Mark Andrews (Baltimore), Travis Kelce (Kansas City)
Offensive tackle: Terron Armstead (Miami), Orlando Brown (Kansas City), Laremy Tunsil (Houston)
Offensive guard: Joel Bitonio (Cleveland), Quenton Nelson (Indianapolis), Joe Thuney (Kansas City)
Center: Creed Humphrey (Kansas City), Mitch Morse (Buffalo)
Defensive end: Maxx Crosby (Las Vegas), Myles Ga