In a memo released by NFL Vice President of Communications Brian McCarthy, via NFL.com, the league notes it will still take votes and award Pro Bowl honors, but there won’t be a trip to Las Vegas in it for anyone. Instead, the NFL is looking to replace the event with some yet-to-be-determined ideas.
“The NFL will continue to recognize the players’ outstanding seasons and welcome fans to demonstrate their passion for their favorite players when voting for the 2021 Pro Bowl Roster begins on November 17th. The full Pro Bowl rosters will be revealed in December, where the players are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group’s vote counts as one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players who are selected to the Pro Bowl roster.”