Ron Rivera hopes for "good show" at Pro Bowl

Head coach Ron Rivera of the Carolina Panthers watches on against the Seattle Seahawks during their game at Bank of America Stadium on September 8, 2013
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Carolina Panthers and Team Rice coach Ron Rivera hopes that this year's Pro Bowl will be a good show.

Ron Rivera has said that he is hoping for a "good show" at tomorrow's Pro Bowl.

The annual Hawaii game featuring the best players in the NFL, as selected by fans coaches and other players, takes on a new format this year, ending the NFC vs. AFC contests.

The Carolina Panthers head coach, who is also coaching one of the Pro Bowl sides, told ESPN: "The players understand what's at stake in terms of we need to come out there and we need to show who we are as far as being football players. It's been a heck of an experience. I'm excited about it. I just hope it's a good show."

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and linebacker Luke Kuechly are among four Carolina players that will line up opposite Rivera for Team Sanders.

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