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Thursday Round-Up: Twitter #ProBowlVote Now Open

#ProBowlVoteRoundUp

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Thursday, November 29 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Twitter Hashtag Voting For 2019 Pro Bowl Now Open

On top of submitting a ballot online at NFL.com/ProBowl, fans can now help send their favorite Seahawks players to the 2019 Pro Bowl using Twitter. Beginning Thursday, November 29 and continuing through Thursday, December 13, fans can post on the social media platform in the following ways to impact this year's selection process:

  • #ProBowlVote + Player Name
  • #ProBowlVote + #PlayerName
  • #ProBowlVote + @playerusername

Retweets or replies of tweets that include #ProBowlVote and any of the previous combinations also count as votes, and during the final two days of the social media voting campaign all Twitter hashtag votes will count as double. A combination of the fans' vote, players' vote, and coaches' vote will determine the 88 NFL all stars eligible for this season's game at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.

Kickoff for the 2019 Pro Bowl is set for 12 p.m. PT on Sunday, January 27. The game will be televised on ESPN and ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC. Tickets are available now.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from the NFL, which shares a 'Turning Point' video recapping the Seahawks' game-winning efforts from this past Sunday's win over the Carolina Panthers.

More From Around The Web

Seahawks punter Michael Dickson has been named NFC Special Teams Player of the Month.

Running back J.D. McKissic has been activated from injured reserve and could participate in Sunday's game against the 49ers.

Six Seahawks were sidelined to open the practice week on Wednesday. K.J. Wright was one of them as he receives special treatment off-site for his knee injury. The Seahawks linebacker has been ruled out for this week's game against San Francisco.

Seahawks.com's John Boyle describes how much fun head coach Pete Carroll and his Seattle players are having this season.

710Sports.com catches up with Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett on his Allen Iverson-inspired touchdown celebration.

The Seattle Times consults former Washington State receiver and track standout Jeshua Anderson on Seahawks running back Chris Carson's hurdling ability.

Larry Stone at the Seattle Times welcomes back former Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, who's now a member of the 49ers.

The Athletic goes to the film room to break down the play of Seahawks receiver David Moore.

Brady Henderson at ESPN.com also highlights David Moore's emergence with the Seahawks.

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