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What Bills fans need to know about 2023 NFL Pro Bowl voting


The time has come for Bills Mafia to vote for their favorite Bills players and send them to the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl Games.

This year, the Games are heading to Las Vegas and will consist of a week-long celebration where players can showcase their football and non-football skills in unique competitions. The multi-day AFC vs. NFC competition will culminate in a Flag football game featuring the selected Pro Bowl players at Allegiant Stadium on February 5, 2023.

Here's a look at current Bills players who have appeared in previous Pro Bowls:

2022: WR Stefon Diggs, Tackle Dion Dawkins

2021: QB Josh Allen, Diggs, LB Tremaine Edmunds, CB Tre'Davious White

2020: Edmunds, White

2019: Von Miller (Denver)

2018: S Micah Hyde, Miller (Denver)

2017: Miller (Denver)

2016: Miller (Denver)

2015: Miller (Denver)

2014: Miller (Denver)

2012: Miller (Denver)

2011: Miller (Denver)

Players to watch for their potential first Pro Bowl selection this year include:

  • Linebacker Matt Milano
  • Tied for 2nd on team with seven TFLs
  • Safety Jordan Poyer
  • Tied for AFC lead with four interceptions
  • Specialist Siran Neal
  • Tied for second on team with five special teams tackles
  • Kicker Tyler Bass
  • Ranks third in the AFC with 74 points

Voting on is now open and social voting on Twitter begins on December 1. All voting will close on December 15 and the rosters will be revealed on December 21.

When voting via Twitter, be sure to follow these requirements:

  • ProBowlVote + Player Name

  • ProBowlVote + #PlayerName

  • ProBowlVote + @playerusername

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