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Help Send Seattle Seahawks Linebacker K.J. Wright To The 2016 Pro Bowl

Seahawks fans can help send their favorite players to the 2016 Pro Bowl by casting a ballot at

Voting for the 2016 Pro Bowl is now open and 12s can help send their favorite Seahawks players to Hawaii by casting a ballot at

One player worthy of your vote is linebacker K.J. Wright, who through 12 games ranks tied-for-first alongside fellow linebacker Bobby Wagner with 89 tackles, including a team-high 53 solo stops to lead the NFL's No. 2-ranked defense. Wright, in his fifth season out of Mississippi State, is on pace for nearly 119 tackles, which would be a career-high.

Wright has led the team in tackles four times this season, including in the Seahawks' most-recent win over the Minnesota Vikings this past Sunday, when Wright tallied 10 takedowns, one of which went for loss, to help hold NFL rushing leader Adrian Peterson to 18 yards on eight carries. With four games to play, Wright has already set a career-high with two fumble recoveries and has tied a career-high with three forced fumbles, including a sack-fumble against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 10 that Wagner picked up and returned 22 yards for a touchdown.

Fan balloting for the 2016 Pro Bowl concludes on Tuesday, Dec. 15 and Pro Bowl players will be announced the following week on Tuesday, Dec. 22 during a live segment on NFL Network.

Team photographer Rod Mar went with the Seahawks on their business trip to Minnesota and had this perspective of the team's exciting 38-7 win over the Vikings in Week 13. 

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