Lions don't move much in Pro Bowl votes

ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Calvin Johnson remains fifth among all vote-getters for this year's Pro Bowl.

Johnson now trails Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Jamaal Charles and Marshawn Lynch in the voting. With 817,934 votes, Johnson trails Lynch for fourth place by less than 4,000 selections.

Among the other Lions in the voting:

  • Quarterback Matthew Stafford stayed in seventh in the voting with 448,787 votes, but trails Andrew Luck, in sixth, by 1,197 votes.

  • Running back Reggie Bush remained in fifth place with 537,901 votes, well behind fourth place LeSean McCoy of Philadelphia.

  • Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh also stayed in fifth place with 259,049 votes, still around 5,000 votes behind Kyle Williams of Buffalo.

  • Outside linebacker DeAndre Levy dropped back to 10th place among outside linebackers with 137,510 votes. He is less than 1,000 votes behind Minnesota's Chad Greenway and less than 2,000 votes behind Green Bay's Clay Matthews.

  • Kicker David Akers stayed in 10th place with 50,578 votes.

  • Punter Sam Martin also stayed in ninth place with 59,968 votes, trailing New England's Ryan Allen by a little under 6,000 votes.

  • No offensive lineman was in the Top 10.