GREEN BAY – Three Packers players finished as the top vote-getters at their positions as Pro Bowl fan voting concluded this past week.
Left tackle David Bakhtiari (207,071 votes), outside linebacker Za'Darius Smith (147,310) and long snapper Hunter Bradley (118,823) all got the most votes among NFC players at their positions.
Fan voting counts as one-third of the selection process, with voting by players and coaches counting for the other two-thirds.
The Pro Bowl rosters will be revealed Monday night on a special NFL Network broadcast at 6 p.m. CT.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, considered a leading candidate for NFL MVP, finished in second at quarterback in the NFC to Seattle's Russell Wilson. Both Wilson and Rodgers finished among the top five overall vote-getters across the league.
That list was led by Kansas City QB Patrick Mahomes (342,353), followed by Wilson (335,156), Tennessee RB Derrick Henry (315,359), Kansas City TE Travis Kelce (309,710) and Rodgers (309,131).
The Packers received the third-most votes as far as team totals, behind the Steelers and Seahawks. The Chiefs and Bills were fourth and fifth, respectively.