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Pro Bowl Voting: Tom Brady Leads Overall, Three Steelers Lead At Positions

As with last week, three Steelers lead the AFC in Pro Bowl balloting at their respective positions, according to a press release the NFL just sent out. James Harrison is the leading outside linebacker with 411,600 votes, Troy Polamalu leads at strong safety with 530,155 votes, and Keyaron Fox is the leading special teams vote-getter with 121,057. Also, Maurkice Pouncey has the third-highest vote total among NFL rookies, with 246,443. He trails Ndamukong Suh and Sam Bradford.

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Those totals pale in comparison to those of Tom Brady, who has nearly 1.9 million votes. The four next-highest vote totals all belong to quarterbacks, with Michael Vick at No. 2, followed by Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers and Drew Brees.

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Fan voting ended on Monday, and nearly 100 million votes were cast. Players and coaches will cast votes today and tomorrow, and the NFL will announce the rosters on Tuesday at 7:00 PM on the NFL Network.

Photographs by dizfunk used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.