GREEN BAY – Two Packers are still leading in the Pro Bowl voting at their respective positions, as of Thursday morning.
Offensive tackle David Bakhtiari is the highest vote-getter so far among tackles both in the NFC and across the NFL. Thus far, he has accumulated 151,593 votes.
Also, long snapper Hunter Bradley leads all NFC players at his position with 90,869 votes.
As a team, Packers players have the fourth-most votes total, but have just the two position leaders at the moment. Pittsburgh, Kansas City and Seattle have accumulated more votes than Green Bay, with Tampa Bay in fifth.
The top five players across the league with the most votes total, regardless of position, are Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes (261,309), Seahawks QB Russell Wilson (251,390), Titans RB Derrick Henry (235,005), Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (234,802), and Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (234,564).
Fan voting continues online until Thursday, Dec. 17. Go to NFL.com/pro-bowl/ballot to participate. The fan vote counts one-third in the selection process of the 88 all-star players.
Through the end of the voting period, fans will also be able to vote directly on Twitter. To cast such a vote, fans should tweet the first and last name of the player, the player's official Twitter handle, or a hashtag including the player's first and last name. All three of these methods must include the hashtag: #ProBowlVote.