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Eagles QB Vick, Pats QB Brady leading vote-getters for Pro Bowl

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Eagles QB Michael Vick and Patriots QB Tom Brady lead their respective leagues in Pro Bowl votes with just one week of voting remaining.

Vick leads all players with 981,687 votes, while Brady leads the AFC with 947,194.

Balloting will end on Monday, Dec. 20 following the conclusion of the Bears vs. Vikings game on Monday night. The teams will be announced on Dec. 28.

Colts QB Peyton Manning (806,025), Vikings RB Adrian Peterson (736,603) and Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (690,619) make up the remainder of the top five.

The all-star squads are determined on consensus votes of the fans, players and coaches. The Pro Bowl will be played on Jan. 30 in Hawaii.

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