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Drew Brees still leads all players in Pro Bowl fan voting

Twitter voting starts Wednesday at 11 p.m. central

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees still leads all NFL players in fan voting for the 2019 Pro Bowl with 725,736 votes, according to a press release from the NFL on Wednesday, Nov. 28.

Saints running back Alvin Kamara is eighth in the overall voting with 452,385 votes.

Saints players that lead their position group in voting: tackle Terron Armstead, center Max Unger and kicker Wil Lutz.

Where other Saints rank in their position group:
Zach Line is fourth among fullbacks.
Michael Thomas is seventh among wide receivers.
Andrus Peat is fifth among guards.
Larry Warford is seventh among guards.
Ryan Ramczyk is fourth among tackles.
Cam Jordan is seventh among defensive ends.
Sheldon Rankins is fifth among defensive tackles.
DeMario Davis is 10th among outside linebackers.
Marshon Lattimore is seventh among defensive backs.
Marcus Williams is eighth among free safeties.
Kurt Coleman is ninth among strong safeties.
Thomas Morstead is fifth among punters.
Taysom Hill is fifth among return specialists.
Justin Hardee is third among special teams.

In addition to online voting, fans can start voting for players via Twitter at 11 p.m. central Wednesday. Use #ProBowlVote + #PlayerName to get your favorite Saints voted in!

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