For the first time, fans can vote for the Pro Bowl on social media via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Votes will be counted from public accounts only.
For the first time, fans can vote for the Pro Bowl on social media.
On Twitter, users can tweet or retweet posts that include #ProBowlVote along with either the player's first and last names (i.e. Jordan Howard), Twitter handle (i.e. @JHowardx24) or #PlayerName (i.e. #JordanHoward).
With Facebook, the only votes that will count will be those that are in reply to a post about the Pro Bowl on the Bears' or NFL's official Facebook pages. The reply must include #ProBowlVote and the player's first and last names or #PlayerName.
On Instagram, only original posts will count; replies to other posts will not. Captions on the posts must include #ProBowlVote and either the player's first and last names, Instagram handle or #PlayerName.
Fans can cast their votes on social media through Dec. 13. They can also continue to vote on ChicagoBearscom by clicking here.
The Pro Bowl will be played on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017 in Orlando. Fans, coaches and players each account for one-third of the Pro Bowl vote.