The Pro Bowl Games concluded with a flag football match between the National Football League (NFL) and the American Football Conference (AFC).

When played by skilled athletes, the game offered a glimpse into the Olympic sport that will be implemented in the future.

The National Football Conference emerged victorious with a score of 64-59 at Camping World Stadium, where the game was carried out.

 The event marked the second year of a revamped format that replaced the conventional Pro Bowl tackle football game.

The NFL is considering the option of allowing its players to join Team USA for the sport's debut in four years.

 Notable players like Tyreek Hill and Patrick Mahomes expressed their inclination to participate in the Olympics.

 Tampa Bay's Baker Mayfield, the quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, demonstrated notable enthusiasm for the event.

The event has become more competitive due to significantly reducing the risk of injury compared to the tackle-football version played until 2022.