NEW YORK -- Two-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning received a record 1,184,142 votes to lead the fans' balloting for the 2006 Pro Bowl.
Fan voting concluded on Friday with a record 70.5 million votes cast.
Although the Colts' star quarterback got the most votes, he was trailed closely by four players:
Seattle Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander (1,110,575 votes); San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson (1,044,360); Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson (987,650); and Chargers tight end Antonio Gates (941,846).
Players and coaches also vote for Pro Bowlers. The teams will be announced Wednesday. The game is in Honolulu on Feb. 12.