Craig Morgan Performs National Anthem Before Pro Bowl

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Country singer and Army Reserve Officer Craig Morgan was selected by the NFL to perform the national anthem prior to the Pro Bowl.

NFL players and fans traveled to Orlando, Florida for the 2024 Pro Bowl Games, which was held over the course of a few days beginning on February 1st.

There were various skills competitions including Precision Passing, Dodgeball, Kick-Tac-Toe, Move The Chains, Tug-of-war, Gridiron Gauntlet, and a flag football game.

Prior to the festivities on the main day, Sunday, February 4, the NFL enlisted Craig Morgan to perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Camping World Stadium.

Standing on a platform at centerfield with the American flag all around him, Morgan performed a flawless a cappella anthem that would make his fellow service members proud. What made the performance even better, was that he was in full uniform.

Craig Morgan singing the national anthem
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In July 2023, Craig Morgan reenlisted into the military on the Grand Ole Opry stage.

“I’m excited to once again serve my country and be all I can be in hopes of encouraging others to be a part of something greater than ourselves. Thank you to the Opry, the US Army Recruiting Command and everyone who helped make last Saturday night so special,” he wrote on social media on August 4th.

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Morgan joined the army when he was a teenager and served nearly ten years and was a member of the reserves for the next six years.

Fans loved seeing Morgan in uniform performing the national anthem.

See some of the fan reactions to his performance below.

“Yes! Ditch the celebs at the Super Bowl and let real heroes sing our anthem! Bravo! This proud #usarmy mom thanks you. Hooah!”

“Great job by a true American hero. Much respect”

“You did a beautiful job ! God bless the United States of America and You”

“That’s how it should be done.”

“What an amazing job representing our country!!!”

Watch it below!