UNDATED (AP) — The NFL has confirmed that the Pro Bowl is leaving Honolulu for Orlando following this season.

Officials say the league's all-star game will be played at Camping World Stadium, which is formerly the Citrus Bowl, for the next three years. The stadium has recently undergone a $200 million renovation.

With the exception of two years, the Pro Bowl had been played in Hawaii since 1979. The stadium previously known as the Citrus Bowl recently underwent a $200 million in renovations in hopes of attracting the NFL.

In other NFL news:

  • Rams quarterback Nick Foles skipped a voluntary offseason workout this week. He joined the Rams when they were based in St. Louis and agreed to a two-year, $24.5 million contract extension. He started the first nine games last season but was benched in favor of Case Keenum.
  • RG3 hasn't convinced Browns coach Hue Jackson he should be No. 1 just yet. While quarterback Robert Griffin III has made steady improvement in his first practices with Cleveland, showing some of the flash that made him a star in Washington, Jackson isn't ready to name him his starter.

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