Pro Bowl 2013 voting results: Zero Eagles amongst top fan vote-getters

Eric Hartline-US PRESSWIRE

The NFL released the results of the fan votes for the Pro Bowl, and zero Philadelphia Eagles made the list.

The NFL released the results of the fan vote for the 2013 NFL fan vote on Thursday after closing the voting Monday, Dec. 17. The Philadelphia Eagles had zero players make the list for the NFC.

Peyton Manning topped the overall list, followed by Tom Brady, Arian Foster, Adrian Peterson and Aaron Rodgers. Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III received the sixth-most votes, with A.J. Green, Rob Gronkowski, Drew Brees and Ray Rice rounding out the top 10 vote-getters.

The NFL also released the top vote-getters by position for each league. Victor Cruz of the New York Giants was the only player in the NFC East to receive the most fan votes at his position, with the Green Bay Packers leading the NFC with six players leading their position in votes.

The two squads consist of three different votes; the fans vote, the players vote and the coaches vote. Each vote is weighted equally to form the final 43-man roster, which will be announced on Dec. 26 at 7 p.m. on the NFL Network.

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