The 2017 NFL Pro Bowl voting is now open for fans. The NFL allows fans to vote to send our favorite players to the game via the league’s online portal. The 2017 Pro Bowl will be held in Orlando, Florida on January 29th, 2017. The game will be held at Camping World Stadium, and the NFL will be shifting back to the conference format used for the first 42 years that the game was held compared to the drafted format used for the past three years. If you would like to participate in the voting for this year’s game, we have the directions for you below.
How was the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl Host Selected?
There were a total of five locations in play for hosting the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl. Of these, there were four that submitted formal bids to the league to hose the 2017 edition of the game: Aloha Stadium in Hawaii (former, permanent site of the game), Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas that is the host of Super Bowl LI, a stadium not identified in Sydney, Australia, and Mario Filho Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Of these locations, Brazil decided to not place a formal bid to host the game. ESPN will continue to hold the broadcast rights for the game until 2022, and Westwood One radio will air the game nationally for 2017.
How to Vote for the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl?
Voting for the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl is pretty straight forward.
Step 1 – Visit the NFL Pro Bowl voting site here via smart phone, tablet, or computer web browser.
Step 2 – Select your picks for the top player at each position by clicking the player and then the “vote” menu button.
Step 3 – Once you have finished with all of your picks by position, select the “Submit Ballot” menu button to complete your voting for the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl.
Step 4 – Select the “Vote Again” menu button if you would like to vote for your favorite players again. The NFL does not limit the total number of times any one person can vote for the Pro Bowl.
Step 5 – Visit the probowl.com website if you are interested in checking out tickets or other information for the game. The NFL will place tickets on sale starting on October 25th, 2016 until they are sold out for the game.