Peyton Manning, Tom Brady top Pro Bowl voting

Jared Wickerham

The AFC's two best signal callers were the two leading vote-getters for the 2013 Pro Bowl after fan polls closed on Monday.

After the conclusion of fan voting for the 2013 Pro Bowl, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning led all NFL All-Stars with 993,045 votes, the league announced on Wednesday. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady ranked second overall with 908,099 votes.

Fan voting, which accounts for one-third of the votes that will determine the 43-man rosters for the Pro Bowl, concluded on Monday, Dec. 17. The other two-thirds of the votes belong to the players and coaches, who will cast their ballots on Thursday and Friday.

Final rosters for the 2013 Pro Bowl will be announced on Wednesday, Dec. 26 at 7 p.m. ET on the NFL Network's "NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Selection Show."

Arian Foster of the Houston Texas received the most fan votes for a running back with 829,591 votes, narrowly edging out Minnesota Vikings workhorse Adrian Peterson (828,225 votes). The dynamic backs finished third and fourth in fan voting overall. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tallied 777,827 votes to round out the top five vote-getters.

Complete fan voting results are available here.

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