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2012 Pro Bowl players arriving in Honolulu

Clay Matthews. Photo courtesy: Perry Knotts Clay Matthews. Photo courtesy: Perry Knotts
Clay Matthews. Photo courtesy: Perry Knotts Clay Matthews. Photo courtesy: Perry Knotts
John and Ryan Towner are Pro Bowl fans from Spokane, Wash. John and Ryan Towner are Pro Bowl fans from Spokane, Wash.

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The rematch between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots means both the NFC and AFC have lost their quarterbacks for Sunday's 2012 Pro Bowl.

The NFC plans to replace Eli Manning with Panthers' Cam Newton as quarterback. As for the AFC, Bengals' Andy Dalton will replace Tom Brady.

Some of players are already on Oahu.

Green Bay Packers' linebacker Clay Matthews was spotted having some in the Ihilani pool on Monday.

For many of the families that travel with the players, they're enjoying the end of the season with some relaxation in paradise.

Tune in to KHNL for both the Pro Bowl, which is scheduled for Sunday, and the Super Bowl, which is set for Sunday, Feb. 5.

Hawaii News Now Sunrise will be giving tickets away to the Pro Bowl all week. To enter, head to our Hawaii News Now Facebook page and click on the "Pro Bowl 2012 Contest" below the profile picture.

Copyright 2012 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.

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