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Credited cast:
Himself - Announcer
Himself - Announcer
Heath Miller ...
Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tight End
Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker
Ron Jaworski ...
Himself - Announcer
Casey Hampton ...
Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Lineman
James Harrison ...
Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Linebacker
Matt Schaub ...
Himself - AFC Quarterback, MVP
Themselves - National Anthem Singers
Tomas Regalado ...
Himself - Coin Toss Representative (as Commissioner Tomas Regalado)


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31 January 2010 (USA)  »

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For the first time since 1979 (1978 NFL season), the Pro Bowl will be held in the Continental United States. It will be held at Dolphin Stadium, the home stadium of the Miami Dolphins and host site of Super Bowl XLIV (2010). See more »


Followed by 2013 NFL Pro Bowl (2013) See more »

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Pro Bowls are the worst all star games
7 February 2012 | by (St. Louis, MO) – See all my reviews

Does anyone even watch the pro bowl? I know the NBA and NHL All Star games are usually just games with no defense played and ridiculously high scores but seriously who wants to watch an NFL game where they're barely making contact and just going through the motions? After a long grueling season it's fairly obvious that no NFL player is trying to get hurt in a game that doesn't mean anything.

I think that most NFL Players in the Pro Bowl just view being elected to the Pro Bowl as a chance to get a free vacation in Hawaii for a week.

The only All Star type of game in the 4 major sports to really be competitive without compromising the integrity of the game is the MLB All Star game.

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