Pro Bowl voting results 2013: Tim Jennings tops fan vote for NFC cornerbacks

John Gress

The Pro Bowl fan vote concluded on Dec. 17, and Bears CB Tim Jennings was selected as the top cornerback in the NFC.

Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings was the leading vote-getter among NFC cornerbacks in the fan voting for the 2013 NFL Pro Bowl. The fans voted in a large number of NFC North players, including:

Green Bay: QB Aaron Rodgers, FB John Kuhn, C Jeff Saturday, KR Randall Cobb, OLB Clay Matthews, SS Charles Woodson

Minnesota: RB Adrian Peterson, OT Matt Kalil, DE Jared Allen

The fans did not select a member of the Detroit Lions to the Pro Bowl roster. Notable snubs for the Bears include wide receiver Brandon Marshall and linebacker Brian Urlacher, whose season ended prematurely due to injury.

Pro Bowl voting is broken down into three equal components: fans, coaches, and players. Each group's consensus will count towards determining who will be on the Pro Bowl rosters.

The Pro Bowl will take place in Honolulu, HI, on Sunday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. ET, and can be seen nationally on NBC.

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