Colts RB Jonathan Taylor leads Pro Bowl fan vote; Cooper Kupp, Travis Kelce round out top three

Colts running back Jonathan Taylor, fresh off a five-touchdown field day vs. the Bills, leads all players in balloting for the 2022 Pro Bowl, with 81,087 votes.

Taylor is followed by Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp (80,673 votes), Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (79,910), Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (76,064) and Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs (75,637).

The Cowboys lead all teams in total votes received. The Patriots, Rams, Chiefs and Ravens round out the top five. At quarterback, Tom Brady leads all vote-getters (NFC, 71,126), ahead of Josh Allen (AFC, 60,443). Taylor and Ezekiel Elliott are the lead backs. Three of the top five vote-getters – Taylor, Garrett and Diggs – are age 25 or younger.

Other names on the list: Pittsburgh’s T.J. Watt, Tampa Bay’s Devin White, Cincinnati’s Ja’Marr Chase and San Francisco’s Kyle Juszczyk.

Fans can participate in Pro Bowl voting until Dec. 16. NFL players and coaches will cast their votes on Dec.17. The Pro Bowl is slated for Feb. 6 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

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