The NFL Pro Bowl is going away with the annual game at the end of the season getting a huge makeover.

According to Rob Maaddi with AP Sports, the NFL is removing the annual full-contact Pro Bowl game with a weeklong skills competition. The marquee of the event will now be a flag football game.

According to Maadi, the weeklong showcase will be titled “The Pro Bowl Games” and will include AFC and NFC stars showcasing football and non-football skills in challenges over several days. The event begins in 2023 and will be held in Las Vegas with the inaugural flag football game held at Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 5.

Peyton Manning with his Omaha Productions company will help shape the programming and promotion of the event. Manning is also expected to be a part of the coaching staff for the flag football game.

“The Pro Bowl is something that we’ve been looking at for a while, really continuing to evolve,” NFL executive Peter O’Reilly told The Associated Press. “Coming out of last year’s game, we really made the decision based on a lot of internal conversations, getting feedback from GMs and coaches, getting a lot of feedback from players. We think there’s a real opportunity to do something wholly different here and move away from the traditional tackle football game. We decided the goal is to celebrate 88 of the biggest stars in the NFL in a really positive, fun, yet competitive way.”

We’ll see how this change is received by fans.