Snoop Dog, AFC captain, arrived at the Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas for the 2023 Pro Bowl game on Sunday. American rapper performed at the halftime show of the NFL last year. He would go against Pete Davidson, who is leading the opposition NFC roster.

Snoop met his squad and coach Peyton Manning as well upon arriving, however, NFL fans on Twitter were focused on figuring out if Dogg came out high or not. Snoop is known for lighting a couple of special smokes before arriving at such events.

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The NFL is hitting the reset button on its Pro Bowl, giving it a radical change in format amid declining interest in the league’s all-star game.

One of those changes is the inclusion of former “Saturday Night Live” cast member and comedian Pete Davidson and rapper Snoop Dogg as captains of the NFC and AFC teams, respectively.

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Similarly, former Giants quarterback Eli Manning will coach Davidson and the NFC while brother Peyton Manning coaches Snoop and the AFC. The NFL’s inclusion of Davidson and Snoop Dogg in the Pro Bowl reminds us of the NBA’s All-Star Celebrity Game than the traditional format.

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Snoop’s love for football is well known – he’s even set to star in producing the upcoming football comedy The Underdoggs, which is currently in the works. He is confident the AFC will bring home the win.

Before the start of the last day’s festivities, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley had the opportunity to meet and pose for a picture with the well-known rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, and actor Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr, also known as “Snoop Dogg.”

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Snoop was walking on the field at the Allegiant Stadium alongside NFL legend and former Ravens star Ray Lewis. After a thrilling performance during the event’s first day, Huntley and the AFC took a 9-3 advantage into Sunday’s Pro Bowl Games finale.