Pro Bowl voting results: Rams shut out in fan vote

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Rams fans failed to make their presence felt, as nary a Ram finished first in the voting at any of the NFC Pro Bowl positions.

The NFL announced the top fan vote-getters at each position for the 2013 Pro Bowl and there isn't a single member of the St. Louis Rams in the bunch. Fan polls closed on Monday, Dec. 17.

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning led all vote-getters with 993,045 votes, while New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady finished second overall with 908,099 votes.

The NFC's leading vote-getter was Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, with 777,827 fan votes. The Packers led all NFC teams with six players receiving the most votes at their position, including Rodgers, fullback John Kuhn, center Jeff Saturday, kick returner Randall Cobb, outside linebacker Clay Matthews, and strong safety Charles Woodson.

The final 43-man rosters for each conference will be determined by the final fan vote tally, in addition to voting by NFL players and coaches, which will take place on Dec. 20-21. The announcement of the final rosters will be made on Wednesday, Dec. 26 at 7 p.m. ET on the NFL Network's "NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Selection Show."

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