Seattle Seahawks players will find out Tuesday night if they have made it to the Pro Bowl.

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If you’ve been waiting to find out which Seattle Seahawks will be invited to the 2016 Pro Bowl then today is your day.

The announcements will be made Tuesday at 5 p.m., revealed live on the NFL Network.

Fan voting, which accounts for a third of the total, ended last week. Coaches and players, whose votes count for the rest, voted last week.

The Seahawks have a number of viable candidates and are sure to have a handful of players make it. And even if it’s the game no one really wants to play in, coming as it does onĀ  the weekend before the Super Bowl (this year it is Jan. 31 in Honolulu), players still consider it an honor.

Seattle last year had five players invited — safety Kam Chancellor, RB Marshawn Lynch, CB Richard Sherman, S Earl Thomas and LB Bobby Wagner.

Sherman would again seem just about a certainty, and QB Russell Wilson would also seem just about a lock. DL Michael Bennett would also seem hard to keep off.

PK Steven Hauschka, Tyler Lockett (as a return specialist), Chancellor and Thomas all led the fan voting at their respective positions and all would seem to have good shots at making it.

WR Doug Baldwin also has a good case, and many around the team have also been pushing for DE Cliff Avril, LB K.J. Wright and DL Brandon Mebane, none of whom have ever made it.

The record for Seattle players in a Pro Bowl is seven, following the 2005 season.

Seattle had six following each of the 2012 and 2013 seasons.