15 Ravens players dominate early NFL Pro Bowl voting

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The initial round of fan voting for the 2024 Pro Bowl Games has concluded with the results being revealed just a few hours ago. To no one surprise, the Ravens landed 15 (!) players among those in position to earn a call come February 4 when the game is scheduled to be played. Four of those 15 players led their respective positions among AFC players.

Roquan Smith has secured the top spot among AFC inside linebackers, which is the only possible outcome considering his performances on the field and his work off of it, as his recent nomination for the Walter Payton Award showed.

More surprising to some casual fans was to find out about Geno Stone emerging as the fan favorite at the free safety position in the AFC as he was relatively unknown before his breakout 2023 season stepping up for the injury-ravaged secondary of the Ravens.

Less surprising, obviously, is the selection of Kyle Hamilton as the no. 1 strong safety in the conference,

Finally, offensive guard Kevin Zeitler, who has never been selected for the Pro Bowl before, is currently the leading vote-getter among AFC players at the position.

The fan voting phase will continue until December 25, shaping the lineup for the upcoming Pro Bowl Games. That is to say: don't stop voting because the other 11 players receiving some love but not enough still need your votes to crack the Pro Bowl and make it to Florida come February!

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The other members of the franchise receiving votes and ranking at different slots among those sharing position with them include Tyler Linderbaum at center, Patrick Queen at inside linebacker, Justin Tucker as a kicker, Justin Madubuike in the defensive tackle position, Patrick Ricard as a fullback, Tyler Ott as the long snapper, and Lamar Jackson, who stands as the fourth most-voted quarterback in the AFC conference.

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