Voting is now open for the 2022 Pro Bowl, which means Seahawks fans can vote to have their favorite players represent Seattle on the NFC squad at the Pro Bowl.
The 2022 Pro Bowl will take place in Las Vegas at Allegiant Stadium on February 6, 2022, one week before Super Bowl LVI.
To cast your Pro Bowl ballot, go to NFL.com/ProBowl.
The Seahawks have had at least three Pro Bowlers every year since 2011, including seven players in five of the last seven seasons from 2014-2020.
Last year the Seahawks were represented by quarterback Russell Wilson, an eight-time Pro-Bowler, linebacker Bobby Wagner, a seven-time selection, safety Jamal Adams, special teamer Nick Bellore, safety Quandre Diggs, receiver DK Metcalf and long snapper Tyler Ott.
Those seven are all on the ballot again and worthy of consideration, as are players like receiver Tyler Lockett and punter Michael Dickson.
Voting is open until December 16, and in addition to voting at NFL.com/ProBowl, fans will also be able to submit votes via Twitter beginning on December 1. Tweets from public twitter accounts that include #ProBowlVote and the player's name, the player's Twitter handle or #playername will count as a vote, as will retweets and replies that include the player's name in one of the above listed forms. On the final two days of voting, December 15-16, all hashtag votes on Twitter count as double.
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