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Bellore, Dickson, And Diggs Lead Pro Bowl Fan Voting For The Seahawks

Voting for the 2022 Pro Bowl has started with three Seahawks players taking the lead in voting for the NFC.


Votes have opened for the 2022 Pro Bowl and the Seahawks have multiple players who are leading in fan voting at their positions. Punter Michael Dickson, linebacker Nick Bellore, and free safety Quandre Diggs are all leading vote-getters by their position in the NFC.

Here are the voting totals so far:

ST Nick Bellore - 45,375 votes
Bellore's 11 special teams tackles lead the NFC and rank second in the NFL.

Punter Michael Dickson- 67,594 votes
Dickson has a total of 62 punts, averaging 47.6 yards per punt, with a long of 68 yards. Dickson has a league-leading 30 punts downed inside the 20, a total that is only four short of the franchise record he shares with Jon Ryan and Jeff Feagles.

Free Safety Quandre Diggs- 53,461 votes
Diggs has 38 solo tackles and a team-high three interceptions. Earlier this season, he became the only player in the NFL to record three or more interceptions in each of the past five seasons.

Other Seahawks on the ballot include quarterback Russell Wilson, linebacker Bobby Wagner, safety Jamal Adams, receiver DK Metcalf, receiver Tyler Lockett, return specialist DeeJay Dallas, and long snapper Tyler Ott.

There is still plenty of time for fans to vote. Pro Bowl voting does not end until December 16. In addition to voting at, fans can also submit votes via Twitter by including #ProBowlVote and the player's name or Twitter handle. Additionally, votes accumulated during the final 48 hours (December 15 & 16) on Twitter will count as double.

Seahawks players, dancers, and staff will wear custom designed cleats and shoes supporting causes they feel passionate about during Week 13 vs. the San Francisco 49ers on December 5.

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