HONOLULU (AP) - The Pro Bowl could be staying in Hawaii after
The state tourism board is expected to reverse itself and accept
the NFL's offer to play the all-star game in the islands in 2011
Board chairman Kelvin Bloom says the Hawaii Tourism Authority
will probably approve the $4 million per year offer, which fell one
vote short last week. It was the second time the board turned down
the NFL's proposal.
The proposed deal would bring the game back to Hawaii in 2011,
but it would be played the week before the Super Bowl instead of
the week afterward.
Next year's Pro Bowl is scheduled for Miami.
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