June 24, 2024

This weekend offers an abundance of football action featuring Georgia Bulldogs players. From the Shrine Bowl, showcasing talents like Zion Logue and Tramel Walthour, to the Senior Bowl where Ladd McConkey and Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint are making waves in their draft prospects. For NFL enthusiasts, the Pro Bowl festivities kicked off last night and will extend throughout the weekend until Sunday’s main event. Three Georgia players are set to feature in the 2024 AFC and NFC Pro Bowl rosters, adding excitement to the competitions ahead. Let’s take a closer look at the participants and the specific events they’ll be engaged in.

Starting with the NFC offense, D’Andre Swift from the Philadelphia Eagles stands out as the lone Pro Bowler from the Dawgs, representing either offense or defense in the NFC. On the AFC side, Buffalo Bills running back James Cook and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Roquan Smith add to the Georgia presence. In Thursday night’s dodgeball games, Cook played a crucial role in the AFC offense’s victory, securing an out and contributing to the team’s success. The second dodgeball game featured Swift on the NFC offense, where he engaged in friendly banter with the AFC defense, including Roquan Smith.

Following the dodgeball games, players will have two days to practice and strategize for the flag football match, a format introduced last year instead of a traditional padded game. The Sunday lineup includes exciting events such as “Kick Tac Toe,” “Move the Chains,” “Gridiron Gauntlet,” and a Madden NFL Head-to-Head game.

For those eager to witness the Georgia Bulldogs in action, the events are scheduled between 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday afternoon and can be viewed on ESPN, ABC, Disney XD, ESPN+, and ESPN Deportes.

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