By Scooby Axson
October 22, 2012

The Pro Bowl's future is in doubt if the games don't improve, says NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. (Kent Nishimura/Getty Images)

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says that if the Pro Bowl doesn't get better in the near future, it could be the last of the league's annual showcase in Hawaii, reports

Goodell made his comments during Sirius XM's "Town Hall with Roger Goodell" on Monday and said that he was "leaning" towards eliminating the league's All-Star game earlier this offseason before players stepped in and kept the game going.

"The players asked if they could take another crack at it to try to work to get the game more competitive," Goodell said. "Obviously, I support that. But if we can't accomplish that kind of standard, I'm inclined not to play it any more."

In last season's game, which the AFC won 59-41, The Associated Press categorized the game as players "hitting each other as though they were having a pillow fight."

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