During his final press conference of the season, following the Colts' 43-22 loss in the divisional round of the 2014 NFL playoffs to the Patriots, head coach Chuck Pagano confirmed that he and his coaching staff will participate in the 2014 Pro Bowl. Which side they will coach is not yet determined.
The Pro Bowl changed it format this year, morphing from a traditional AFC v. NFC match-up to two teams "drafted" by Hall of Famers Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice. Robert Mathis was the only Colts player selected to this year's Pro Bowl, thus far. Per teammate Dwayne Allen's Twitter handle, it looks like long snapper Matt Overton will join Mathis and the Colts coaches:
@MattOverton_LS Congrats bro on going to the ProBowl! Well deserved!— Dwayne Allen (@Dallen83) January 15, 2014
It's also very possible that Andrew Luck could attend the Pro Bowl should the Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson advance to the Super Bowl. Participants in the Super Bowl cannot play in the Pro Bowl, which is held a week before.
The 2014 Pro Bowl will be played on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii.