4 Ravens lead latest AFC Pro Bowl balloting, 11 more in the run

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The second 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 still have 15 players in the Top 10 among those in position to earn a call come February 4 when the game is scheduled to be played.

Four of those 15 players lead their respective positions among AFC players, the same ones as the last time we checked: Geno Stone, Kyle Hamilton, Kevin Zeitler, and Roquan Smith.

Roquan Smith secured the top spot among AFC inside linebackers with fellow ILB Patrick Queen currently ranked fourth in the leaderboard.

Geno Stone has seemingly done enough to retain his place atop the free safety position, as he already did in the first run of voting amid his breakout campaign.

Kyle Hamilton, who suffered an MCL sprain last Sunday putting his Week 15 availability in doubt, has also retained the no. 1 strong safety placement within the conference.

Offensive guard Kevin Zeitler never before a Pro Bowler, is also leading the race at his role.

The rest of the Ravens currently getting votes at their respective positions without leading those leaderboards are the following.

Tyler Linderbaum at center (he's currently second), Patrick Queen at inside linebacker (he's currently fourth), Justin Tucker as a kicker (he's currently second), Justin Madubuike in the defensive tackle position (he's currently second), Patrick Ricard as a fullback (he's currently second), Tyler Ott as the long snapper (he's currently third), and Lamar Jackson, who stands as the fourth most-voted quarterback in the AFC.

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The fan voting phase will continue until December 25 with the game scheduled for Feb. 4 right before the Super Bowl. In the event of a Super Bowl by the Ravens, it's fair to expect all members of the franchise to skip the All-Star game and instead focus on hoisting the chip in the final game of the season.

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