Bell tops Pro Bowl fan vote

RB Le'Veon Bell received 855,539 total fan votes to lead all NFL players in balloting for the 2018 Pro Bowl, as announced on NFL Network. Fan voting ended on Thursday, December 14.

New England QB Tom Brady (833,481 votes) ranked second overall, while WR Antonio Brown (832,446 votes), Philadelphia QB Caron Went (829,174 votes) and New Orleans QB Drew Brees (743,355 votes) rounded out the top five.

The 2018 Pro Bowl rosters will be revealed exclusively on Tuesday, December 19 live on NFL Network's Pro Bowl special "NFL Total Access: Pro Bowl Players Revealed" at 8:00 PM ET. Players for the game are determined by the consensus votes of fans, players and coaches. Each group's vote counts one-third toward determining the 88 All-Star players who will be selected to the Pro Bowl. NFL players and coaches cast their votes on Friday, December 15.

The NFL is the only sports league that combines voting by fans, coaches and players to determine its All-Star teams. It was also the first professional sports league to offer online all-star voting in 1995.

The 2018 Pro Bowl, which kicks off at a new start time of 3:00 PM ET on Sunday, January 28, will be televised live from Camping World Stadium on ESPN and ESPN Deportes and simulcast on ABC.

Tickets to the game start at $45 and are on sale now at Last year's sold-out event – the Pro Bowl's first time in Orlando – featured a capacity crowd of more than 60,000. Fans may visit for additional information on Pro Bowl Week, which features a variety of free, family-friendly events in Orlando.

The Pro Bowl is an all-inclusive event for fans on gameday. Working with KultureCity, Camping World Stadium's sensory-inclusive partner, the NFL will offer families who attend the 2018 Pro Bowl support, including sensory accessibility resources and two dedicated sensory rooms located in the stadium on gameday to enable them to enjoy the game with more confidence and comfort.


RB Le'Veon Bell Pittsburgh 855,539
QB Tom Brady New England 833,481
WR Antonio Brown Pittsburgh 832,446
QB Carson Wentz Philadelphia 829,174
QB Drew Brees New Orleans 743,355
RB Todd Gurley Los Angeles Rams 693,697
QB Russell Wilson Seattle 651,592
QB Jared Goff Los Angeles Rams 571,656
TE Rob Gronkowski New England 551,058
RB Leonard Fournette Jacksonville 544,068


QB Tom Brady New England 833,481
RB Le'Veon Bell Pittsburgh 855,539
FB Tommy Bohanon Jacksonville 139,297
WR Antonio Brown Pittsburgh 832,446
TE Rob Gronkowski New England 551,058
T Alejandro Villanueva Pittsburgh 208,033
G David DeCastro Pittsburgh 253,504
C Maurkice Pouncey Pittsburgh 242,409
DE Joey Bosa LA Chargers 406,873
DT Geno Atkins Cincinnati 289,919
OLB Von Miller Denver 248,278
ILB Ryan Shazier Pittsburgh 223,092
CB A.J. Bouye Jacksonville 319,638
SS Micah Hyde Buffalo 128,993
FS Kevin Byard Tennessee 157,036
K Stephen Gostkowski New England 153,573
P Marquette King Oakland 156,548
RS Tyreek Hill Kansas City 149,530
ST Tyler Matakevich Pittsburgh 91,497


QB Carson Wentz Philadelphia 829,174
RB Todd Gurley LA Rams 693,697
FB Kyle Juszczyk San Francisco 361,196
WR Julio Jones Atlanta 541,571
TE Zach Ertz Philadelphia 486,011
T Tyron Smith Dallas 211,690
G Zack Martin Dallas 220,566
C Travis Frederick Dallas 246,225
DE Everson Griffen Minnesota 305,291
DT Aaron Donald LA Rams 314,522
OLB Chandler Jones Arizona 171,825
ILB Luke Kuechly Carolina 288,830
CB Xavier Rhodes Minnesota 222,137
SS Kam Chancellor Seattle 149,793
FS Earl Thomas Seattle 139,203
K Greg Zuerlein LA Rams 170,738
P Johnny Hekker LA Rams 90,152
RS Pharoh Cooper LA Rams 116,091
ST Budda Baker Arizona 96,595

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