Darren Sproles might have earned a second straight invite to the Pro Bowl based on his return ability, but his playmaking skills came in handy on offense for Team Irvin on Sunday night.
Lined up in the backfield next to quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, Sproles got open in the middle of the field and caught a 2-yard touchdown pass in the final minute of the first half as Michael Irvin's team steamrolled Jerry Rice's squad 49-27 in the annual all-star extravaganza. In addition to the reception, Sproles had two carries for 12 yards.
Sproles was not the only Eagles player involved in the Pro Bowl action. Safety Malcolm Jenkins was also part of Team Irvin and contributed two tackles and a forced fumble. Defensive end Fletcher Cox was on the losing end of this game, but was third on Team Rice with four tackles.
Check out the action on the field and behind the scenes from the Pro Bowl as Fletcher Cox, Malcolm Jenkins and Darren Sproles enjoyed the all-star festivities ...