Pro Bowl 2013 selection show: Time, TV schedule, streaming and more

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The NFL announces its All-Star teams on Wednesday.

The 2013 Pro Bowl Selection Show will air on NFL Network Wednesday night as players find out if their seasons were good enough to be included among the best in the league. The show takes place at 5 p.m. MT as a special edition of NFL Total Access.

Arizona isn't expected to be well represented on the NFC squad, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald hasn't put up anywhere close to the numbers to which fans have come to expect, and the Cardinals were among the lowest-scoring and most prolific punting teams in the conference.

The Cardinals have seen defensive success this year, and that could lead to a defender or two getting selected to participate in the Pro Bowl. Linebacker Daryl Washington has had a fine season, tallying 123 tackles and nine sacks. Patrick Peterson is considered to be among the NFL's best cover cornerbacks and has grabbed seven interceptions on the year.

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