NFL Network will unveil the league's all-stars tonight.
The pro football league's in-house service, which recorded its most-watched season of live games in 2009, exclusively will reveal the 86 selections Dec. 29 at 7 p.m. (ET), as well as on NFL.com. The NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Selection Show will be hosted by Rich Eisen, joined by seven-time Pro Bowlers Marshall Faulk and Warren Sapp.
The 2010 Pro Bowl will be played Jan. 31 at Dolphin Stadium in south Florida, a week before Super Bowl XIV. ESPN will televise the game, which will not feature players from the two clubs vying for the championship.
During the one-hour show, Eisen, Faulk and Sapp will debate and discuss the players that made the cut position-by-position, from veterans and rookies earning their inaugural honor, to the perennial and surprise names that made or did not make the teams. The special also includes interviews with select 2010 Pro Bowlers via NFL Network's "Team Cams."
Teams were selected by NFL players and coaches, with fans -- a record 90 million picked their squads, 85 million on NFL.com and 5 million via wireless -- counting for the remaining third of the total determining the rosters.