GREEN BAY - Packers fans are expressing their opinions during NFL Pro Bowl voting this season.
Six Packers lead their position in votes, according to a release by the NFL. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (320,307), fullback John Kuhn (80,488), center Jeff Saturday (123, 626), linebacker Clay Matthews (156,688), safety Charles Woodson (53,531) and punter Tim Masthay (41,141) are all out-front in the league's first tally.
Rodgers is fourth in overall voting, trailing Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (376,981), Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (345,036) and Texans running back Arian Foster (333,396). Vikings running back Adrian Peterson rounds out the top five with 298,323 votes.
Pro Bowl teams will be announced on the NFL Pro Bowl Selection Show on December 26 on NFL Network. Voting will conclude on Monday, December 17 following Monday Night Football.
The Pro Bowl will be played Sunday, January 27, 2013 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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