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Bears not making a strong impression on fan voters for Pro Bowl

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The Bears may be leading a division, but their players aren't overwhelming fans.

Defensive end Julius Peppers, linebacker Brian Urlacher and kick returner Devin Hester lead their positions in the NFC but their teammates aren't among the top five at other positions.

Center Olin Kreutz, who is third at his position, is the only offensive player on his team listed in the top five.

Bears outside linebacker Lance Briggs is third at his position, behind Clay Matthews and DeMarcus Ware.

Bears kicker Robbie Gould and punter Brad Maynard are both fifth at their respective positions.

Bears special teams coach Dave Toub will be happy to know that cornerback Corey Graham has actually cracked the top five. He's fifth for NFC special teamer.

Voting ends next Monday.

Fan votes count a third, along with coaches and players.

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