Bears running back Matt Forte has maintained his position as the 10th-leading vote getter from fans for the Pro Bowl.
Forte, with 563,441 votes, has about 10,000 more than Philadelphia LeSean McCoy but 120,000 fewer than Minnesota's Adrian Peterson in the NFC.
Nine other Bears are currently among the top five in fan votes:
* Fullback Tyler Clutts moved up one spot to fourth.
* Center Roberto Garza slipped into the fifth spot 94,621 votes.
* Defensive end Julius Peppers is still third, behind Jared Allen and Jason Babin.
* Weakside linebacker Lance Briggs is still fourth.
* Middle linebacker Brian Urlacher remains third, behind San Francisco's Patrick Willis and Green Bay's Desmond Bishop.
* Cornerback Charles Tillman remains in the fifth spot.
* Devin Hester is first at kickoff returner.
* Special teamer Corey Graham moved up from fourth to third.
* Kicker Robbie Gould moved into the fifth spot, but he's still behind San Francisco's David Akers, Dallas' Dan Bailey and Detroit's Jason Hanson.
The Packers, meanwhile, maintain a stranglehold on Pro Bowl votes from the fans. Coaches and players will vote later this month.
* Quarterback Aaron Rodgers, fullback John Kuhn, safety Charlie Peprah, cornerback Charles Woodson, safety Morgan Burnett, kicker Mason Crosby, special teamer Jarrett Bush, offensive tackle Chad Clifton, guard T.J. Lang and center Scott Wells all lead their respective positions. In addition, receiver Greg Jennings, linebacker Clay Matthews, offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga and guard Josh Sitton would have starting spots because they are second in votes.
Other Packers in the top five at their positions include defensive tackle B.J. Raji (4th), receiver Jordy Nelson (fifth), punter Tim Masthay (2nd), returner Randall Cobb (2nd), tight end Jermichael Finley (4th), linebacker Desmond Bishop (2nd) and linebacker A.J. Hawk (4th).