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Four Seahawks Among Leading Vote-Getters By Position in Fan Pro Bowl Balloting

Return specialist Tyler Lockett, kicker Steven Hauschka, free safety Earl Thomas, and strong safety Kam Chancellor are among the leading Pro Bowl vote-getters at their respective positions.

All of the fan ballots for the 2016 Pro Bowl have been tallied and four Seahawks players are among the top-two vote-getters at their respective positions.

Rookie Tyler Lockett leads all players at return specialist with 156,490 votes, kicker Steven Hauschka made a late push in the fan-voting process to become the second-highest vote-getter at his position with 97,762 votes, Earl Thomas ranks second among all NFL free safeties with 150,907 votes, and Kam Chancellor ranks second among all NFL strong safeties with 163,859 votes.

The fan-vote counts for one-third of the Pro Bowl vote, with players and coaches - who voted this week - accounting for the remaining two-thirds, making the NFL the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches, and players to determine its all-star teams. The 2016 Pro Bowl players will be unveiled at 5 p.m. PT next Tuesday, Dec. 22 on NFL Network and players will later be assigned to teams through an "unconferenced" Pro Bowl Draft, which will air Wednesday, Jan. 27 on ESPN2.

The Pro Bowl returns to Hawaii in 2016 after one year in Arizona, with this season's game set to be played on Sunday, Jan. 31 at Honolulu's Aloha Stadium with live television coverage on ESPN. You can purchase tickets for as low as $30 at NFL.com/ProBowl.

Here's a look at the top 10 Pro Bowl vote-getters, as well as the leading vote-getters by position:

NFL ALL-STAR TOP-TEN VOTE-GETTERS

POS.

NAME

TEAM

VOTES

QB

Tom Brady

New England

701,554

QB

Cam Newton

Carolina

701,086

QB

Andy Dalton

Cincinnati

525,638

QB

Carson Palmer

Arizona

514,967

QB

Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay

510,374

TE

Rob Gronkowski

New England

509,251

WR

Odell Beckham, Jr.

New York Giants

502,241

WR

Antonio Brown

Pittsburgh

485,167

RB

Devonta Freeman

Atlanta

484,016

RB

Adrian Peterson

Minnesota

475,630

NFL LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION

POS.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

POS.

NAME, TEAM

VOTES

QB

Tom Brady, New England

701,554

DE

J.J. Watt, Houston

370,966

QB

Cam Newton, Carolina

701,086

DE

Chandler Jones, New England

258,486

RB

Devonta Freeman, Atlanta

484,016

DT

Geno Atkins, Cincinnati

289,684

RB

Adrian Peterson, Minnesota

475,630

DT

Kawann Short, Carolina

258,068

FB

Mike Tolbert, Carolina

347,512

OLB

Thomas Davis, Carolina

241,719

FB

Marcel Reece, Oakland

303,853

OLB

Von Miller, Denver

154,534

WR

Odell Beckham, Jr., New York Giants

502,241

ILB

Luke Kuechly, Carolina

282,162

WR

Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh

485,167

ILB

Clay Matthews, Green Bay

187,163

TE

Rob Gronkowski, New England

509,251

CB

Josh Norman, Carolina

320,597

TE

Greg Olsen, Carolina

408,290

CB

Darrelle Revis, New York Jets

220,859

T

Andrew Whitworth, Cincinnati

175,639

SS

Charles Woodson, Oakland

218,348

T

Michael Oher, Carolina

159,702

SS

Kam Chancellor, Seattle

163,859

G

Trai Turner, Carolina

177,471

FS

Kurt Coleman, Carolina

195,397

G

Josh Sitton, Green Bay

176,715

FS

Earl Thomas, Seattle

150,907

C

Ryan Kalil, Carolina

230,833

P

Pat McAfee, Indianapolis

84,660

C

David Andrews, New England

145,812

P

Ryan Allen, New England

83,676

K

Stephen Gostkowski, New England

220,920

ST

Joe Webb, Carolina

126,068

K

Steven Hauschka, Seattle

97,762

ST

Matthew Slater, New England

104,213

RS

Tyler Lockett, Seattle

156,490

RS

Danny Amendola, New England

87,168

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