• Eric Weddle still not a Pro Bowl fan

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Aug 1, 2013
    For whatever reason, Chargers safety Eric Weddle’s never gotten the recognition which his play indicates it deserves. “I’m not going to make it, so I don’t really care,” Weddle said, via Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego. “I care about being the best. Weddle’s struggled to get his ticket to Hawaii more often for several reasons, including his geographic location, playing for a middling team and the presence of “name” safeties such as Ed Reed and Troy Polamalu in his conference. The players made it clear that they wanted to continue the Pro Bowl and were committed to making it better than ever. If it works, the credit for saving a game the NFL apparently wanted to dump goes to NFLPA president Domonique Foxworth, who came up with proposal on which the new format is based.
    • Eric Weddle unmoved by Pro Bowl changes

      For whatever reason, Chargers safety Eric Weddle’s never gotten the recognition which his play indicates it deserves. Though he’s been voted to the All-Pro team three times, he’s only been to one Pro Bowl, so yesterday’s changes to the all-star game did…
  • Notebook: Pro Bowl format no longer AFC vs. NFC; kickoffs removed

    Ravens' Yanda on track in recovery from offseason shoulder surgeryIn attempt to attract more television viewers to the Pro Bowl and also make the game more appealing its players, the NFL and the players union on Wednesday announced major changes to spic…
  • Pro Bowl changes seem to acknowledge reality

    The NFL has announced sweeping changes to the Pro Bowl, a game that has been undermined in recent years by a lack of player effort. It’s a lack of player effort we understand and support. After getting through the regular season (and, for many of the Pr…

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