Josh Allen has joined the long list of people who have been asked to stop working to play golf.
The Buffalo Bills quarterback will skip the Pro Bowl festivities in Las Vegas this weekend to participate in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Allen was selected to his second Pro Bowl, but it will be farther west despite the fact that one of the Pro Bowl activities is a long-run competition.
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Other current and former NFL players involved include Aaron Rodgers, Steve Young, Larry Fitzgerald, Alex Smith, Harris Barton, and Ron Rivera.
Allen participated in «The Match» with Patrick Mahomes, Tom Brady and Rodgers last June at Wynn Golf Club in Paradise, Nevada, about three miles from Allegiant Stadium, where Pro Bowl festivities will take place.
The AFC quarterbacks rallied to play the veterans, but it was Rodgers and Brady who emerged victorious, winning 1-up. Allen missed a long birdie putt that would have sent the match to a playoff.
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The Bills quarterback has been dealing with an elbow injury for most of the season, citing it as the reason he isn’t in Vegas.
He participated last year with Keith Mitchell.
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Tyler Huntley of the Baltimore Ravens replaced Allen in the Pro Bowl.