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NFLPA Bowl and East-West Shrine Game 2017

Let’s discuss the two college all star games on TV this afternoon!

Two college all star games will take place this afternoon and not only will they feature some great talent, but the Bengals have plucked players from these games for their roster annually.

The East-West Shrine game is first up on NFL Network. Bengals wide receiver Cody Core played in the game last year. As did linebacker Darien Harris who spent the offseason with the Bengals.

The NFLPA Bowl begins mid-way through the Shrine game on FS1. Players who have spent time with the Bengals in recent years and have played in the NFLPA Bowl include defensive backs Erick Dargan and Troy Hill, wide receivers Mario Alford, Jake Kumerow and Alonzo Russell, defensive tackles DeShawn Williams and Kalafitoni Pole and running back Terrell Watson.

So, if you watch these games, expect to be watching future Bengals. Here’s all the details to know. Let’s discuss the prospects below!

How to Watch 2017 East-West Shrine Game

When: Saturday, January 21, 2017, 3:00 p.m. ET

Where: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Florida

TV: NFL Network

Online Stream: NFL GamePass

Radio: 100+ SB Nation Radio stations Coast to Coast; SiriusXM NFL Channel 88; Tampa Bay Flagship Station "Sports Talk Florida's" WHBO 1040AM. Link will be available here for radio stream on gameday.

Rosters: East Roster | West Roster

Players to watch

How to Watch the 2017 NFLPA Bowl

Location: StubHub Center in Carson, California

Date: Saturday, January 21, 2017

Time: 4:15 p.m. EST


Online streaming: Fox Sports Go

Rosters: National Team & American Team Rosters

Players to watch