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Lamar Jackson Finished With the Most Pro Bowl Votes, And It Wasn't Close


The fans have spoken and Lamar Jackson sits atop the pack in the NFL.

Jackson received the most Pro Bowl fan votes in the league and it wasn't particularly close.

Jackson finished with 704,699 votes. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson got 539,768 votes and Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes received 468,838.

Fan voting counts for one-third of the equation when it comes to determining the Pro Bowl rosters. Player and coach voting each also count for one-third of the vote.

Seven Ravens led their respective positions in fan voting: Jackson, fullback Patrick Ricard, tight end Mark Andrews, offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr., guard Marshal Yanda, cornerback Marcus Peters and kicker Justin Tucker.

The Ravens had more Pro Bowl fan votes than any other team in the league.

The Pro Bowl rosters will be announced tomorrow at 8 p.m. on NFL Network. Let's see if the players and coaches agree with the fans or put even more Ravens on the squad.

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