Steelers among top vote getters for Pro Bowl Games

Pro Bowl Games voting is coming to a close, and there are multiple Steelers players ranked in the Top 10 in votes at their respective position.

Defensively, Minkah Fitzpatrick is the leading vote getter at the free safety position, which shouldn't come as a surprise to any Steelers fans. Outside linebacker Alex Highsmith ranks fourth at his position, which includes players from both conferences.

On the offensive side of the ball, Pat Freiermuth is fifth at the tight end position, up a spot from last week, while Derek Watt is sixth at fullback.

This year the traditional Pro Bowl game will be replaced by four days of activities, which will culminate with an AFC vs. NFC Flag Game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, February 5.

Leading into the game there will be skill competitions, giving fans a fun look at all of the league's top players.

Double Vote Days: Voting is now open for the 2023 Pro Bowl Games, which will be a completely different format than in the past.

The traditional Pro Bowl game will be replaced by four days of activities, which will culminate with an AFC vs. NFC Flag Game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, February 5.

Leading into the game there will be skill competitions, giving fans a fun look at all of the league's top players.

Steelers fans can do their part to send the team's players to the Pro Bowl Games this season by voting here or on Twitter as part of the social media voting.

Any tweet or retweet that includes one the options below counts as two votes on Dec. 14 and 15.

Make sure your tweet or retweet includes one of these options and you can vote for any and all Steelers players:

ProBowlVote + @(PlayersHandle) – example: #ProBowlVote @CamHeyward

ProBowl Vote + Full Name – example: #ProBowlVote Minkah Fitzpatrick

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