Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the leading vote getter for the 2012 Pro Bowl among all NFL players with just short of one million votes. His 961,818 votes is ahead of second-place Tom Brady who has 873,424 votes.
Wide receiver Greg Jennings is seventh overall with 602,323 votes.
Overall, 10 Packers lead their respective NFC positions in voting. That's over half the NFC team, which has 19 positions voted upon by fans overall:
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, 961, 818
Fullback John Kuhn, 189,046
Tackle Chad Clifton 244,037
Guard T.J. Lang 197,247
Center Scott Wells 266,549
Kicker Mason Crosby 123,534
Cornerback Charles Woodson 467,472
Strong Safety Charlie Peprah 88,409
Free safety Morgan Burnett 151,085
Special teams Jarrett Bush 82,522
Fan voting determines one-third of the rosters that make up the Pro Bowl teams along with coaches and player voting that each make up one-third as well. In that regard, the NFL is different than Major League Baseball in which fan voting alone determines starters in the league's all-star game.
Voting continues through Monday Dec. 19 at NFL.com/probowl.
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