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Go hard or go home

Even if the Pro Bowl survives, there’s no guarantee it will come back to Hawaii

By Ferd Lewis

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 23, 2013

~~<p>While the focus would be on Honolulu, even if the NFL decides to continue to operate the Pro Bowl, there's no guarantee the all-star game would be held here in 2014, an NFL official said Tuesday.</p>
<p>&quot;There's always a possibility that it could go elsewhere if we continue to play the game,&quot; Ray Anderson, NFL executive vice president of football operations, said.</p>
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While the focus would be on Honolulu, even if the NFL decides to continue to operate the Pro Bowl, there's no guarantee the all-star game would be held here in 2014, an NFL official said Tuesday.

"There's always a possibility that it could go elsewhere if we continue to play the game," Ray Anderson, NFL executive vice president of football operations, said. Login for more...



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