Following the rookie vote-getters were veteran quarterback Tom Brady, who missed the first four games of the season due to suspension, with 519,210 votes; WR Antonio Brown with 508,913 votes; and QB Derek Carr with 500,770 votes.
Tyron Smith, Travis Frederick, Dan Bailey, Chris Jones and Sean Lee, all of the Cowboys, also lead the voting at their positions.
As owner Jerry Jones said: “Part of winning in the NFL is having that type of fan support and visibility."
Fan voting continues until Dec. 13 on www.NFL.com/probowlvote. Fans can also vote on the 2017 Pro Bowl roster via social media by using #ProBowlVote and the player’s first and last name on Twitter and Instagram. On Facebook, fans may comment on any official Pro Bowl Vote post by the NFL or a club.
NFL players and coaches cast their votes on Dec. 16. Each of those three group votes – the fans, players and coaches – count one-third toward determining the Pro Bowl rosters. This year, the Pro Bowl returns to the more traditional method of an AFC all-star team competing against an NFC all-star team.
Pro Bowl players will be announced on Dec. 20 in a live primetime special on NFL Network.
The game will be played on Jan. 29, 2017 and simulcast live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes from Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.
TOP TEN VOTE-GETTERS BY FANS
|RB||Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas||681,361|
|QB||Dak Prescott, Dallas||607,621|
|QB||Tom Brady, New England||519,210|
|WR||Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh||508,913|
|QB||Derek Carr, Oakland||500,770|
|QB||Matt Ryan, Atlanta||455,264|
|WR||Julio Jones, Atlanta||438,112|
|WR||Odell Beckham, Jr., New York Giants||429,728|
|RB||David Johnson, Arizona||405,436|
|QB||Drew Brees, New Orleans||403,802|
AFC/NFC TOP VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION
|QB||AFC||Tom Brady, New England||519,210|
|QB||NFC||Dak Prescott, Dallas||607,621|
|RB||AFC||DeMarco Murray, Tennessee||365,207|
|RB||NFC||Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas||681,361|
|FB||AFC||Jamize Olawale, Oakland||169,509|
|FB||NFC||John Kuhn, New Orleans||198,442|
|WR||AFC||Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh||508,913|
|WR||NFC||Julio Jones, Atlanta||438,112|
|TE||AFC||Martellus Bennett, New England||185,749|
|TE||NFC||Greg Olsen, Carolina||325,659|
|T||AFC||Donald Penn, Oakland||118,863|
|T||NFC||Tyron Smith, Dallas||252,590|
|G||AFC||Kelechi Osemele, Oakland||118,666|
|G||NFC||Josh Sitton, Chicago||233,416|
|C||AFC||Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh||128,053|
|C||NFC||Travis Frederick, Dallas||249,976|
|K||AFC||Justin Tucker, Baltimore||128,682|
|K||NFC||Dan Bailey, Dallas||130,954|
|RS||AFC||Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh||90,568|
|RS||NFC||Tyler Lockett, Seattle||83,720|
|DE||AFC||Khalil Mack, Oakland||279,466|
|DE||NFC||Cliff Avril, Seattle||244,999|
|DT||AFC||Ndamukong Suh, Miami||184,749|
|DT||NFC||Aaron Donald, Los Angeles||178,222|
|OLB||AFC||Von Miller, Denver||238,755|
|OLB||NFC||Sean Lee, Dallas||166,579|
|ILB||AFC||Zach Brown, Buffalo||106,464|
|ILB||NFC||Luke Kuechly, Carolina||230,068|
|CB||AFC||Marcus Peters, Kansas City||208,577|
|CB||NFC||Richard Sherman, Seattle||245,637|
|SS||AFC||Eric Berry, Kansas City||104,844|
|SS||NFC||Kam Chancellor, Seattle||145,163|
|FS||AFC||Reggie Nelson, Oakland||82,819|
|FS||NFC||Earl Thomas, Seattle||144,891|
|P||AFC||Marquette King, Oakland||138,640|
|P||NFC||Chris Jones, Dallas||70,331|
|ST||AFC||Lorenzo Alexander, Buffalo||68,677|
|ST||NFC||Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota||102,116|