Pro Bowl Parade at the Magic Kingdom to feature stars of the NFL

Jan 27, 2017 in "Magic Kingdom"

Denver Broncos receivers Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier and Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker will join Mickey Mouse and his pals, NFL cheerleaders and other special guests for a celebratory parade down Main Street, U.S.A. later today.

The parade starts at 2:30pm.

The Pro Bowl game at Camping World Stadium in Orlando is on at 8pm EST on ESPN and ESPN Deportes. Tickets for the game are still available at www.nfl.com/probowl.

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Article Posted: Jan 27, 2017 / 8:42am EST
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RSoxNo1Jan 31, 2017

That's just Eli's face.

PuertoRekinSamJan 31, 2017

Oh one more thing... no corrals, which means a lot of walkers who didn't quite understand runners etiquette near the front.

PuertoRekinSamJan 30, 2017

Yep. No fireworks, no Disney Characters, No live Anthem and the worst part, No Rudy Novatny(announcer). There was a nice medal, one water stop, Trey Wingo and Carissa (announcer... the don't know her last name)

RteetzJan 30, 2017

Blog Mickey did. I heard it was the same 5K course at the runDisney ones but with 0 entertainment. The medals look nice though.

tribbleorlflJan 30, 2017

Does anyone have a write-up of the 5k? I didn't see a thread in the Run Disney forum. Just curious how it was compared to the Run Disney events as it's my understanding that while it was in Epcot, it was put on by the NFL and not Run Disney. Were there players present for photos along the course like characters at the Disney 5k's? Were players running along w/ the participants?

bhg469Jan 30, 2017

Eli patented the pouty play on draft day! Brady wears uggs though. Something tells me if Eli or Peyton showed up to thanksgiving in Uggs, Archie would turn to Cooper and tell him he gets the #2 son spot.

RSoxNo1Jan 30, 2017

He definitely does, but now a days that happens so often in football, be it a receiver calling for interference or a QB saying they got an owie. I definitely recognize that Brady and Manning made this type of whining acceptable.

Cmdr_CrimsonJan 28, 2017

That's a park to avoid at all costs...Having been there during this time of the month with any sporting parade your better off at Epcot....

bhg469Jan 28, 2017

You make many valid points.

PuertoRekinSamJan 28, 2017

I still give the GOAT to Johnny U. And the reason is to be the greatest, you need to have fundamentally changed the way the game is played. The man basically invented the 2 minute drill during "the greatest game ever played" and put the NFL on the map. Brady is good, but he is standing on the shoulders of legends. Not to mention I met the man multiple times after his playing days were over; one of the most genuine down to earth guys you'd ever meet. A real class act... and that is something I don't the Brady could ever hold a candle too.

bhg469Jan 28, 2017

No Doubt. Greatest of all time but he does have tantrums and they are amazing to watch, especially when he's on the losing side of the scoreboard.

RSoxNo1Jan 27, 2017

I got to thank Pedro Martinez in person and tell him it was a privilege to watch him play. I hope to have the same opportunity with Brady.

RSoxNo1Jan 27, 2017

It takes two Manning's to equal one Brady. Honestly, if not for that family his career numbers would be even more impressive.

Next Big ThingJan 27, 2017

Drew Brees, Justin Tucker, Greg Olsen, Emmanuel Sanders, Aqib Talib, Demaryius Thomas, etc. All very accessible at points thoughout the day as you mentioned.