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Mathis moves up in Pro Bowl voting

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Colts linebacker Robert Mathis has moved up a spot in the Pro Bowl voting.

Mathis, who surpassed Dwight Freeney to be the team's all-time leader in career and single-season sacks last weekend, is second in voting for outside linebackers. Mathis has 279,080 votes. Kansas City's Tamba Hali is still the top vote-getter with 293,303 votes.

Mathis still leads the league in sacks with 16.5.

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (449,984) fell a spot to seventh in the voting for quarterbacks. Kicker Adam Vinatieri (53,379) fell two spots in the voting to 10th.

Denver's Peyton Manning is still sitting on top of the voting with 1,227,068 votes.

Fan voting, which counts for one-third of the ballot, ends Dec. 26. Coaches and players make up the remaining two-thirds of the voting. They vote Dec. 23-26.