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Pro Bowl 2013 selection show: Time, TV schedule, streaming and more

The 2013 Pro Bowl rosters will be announced in full Wednesday night on NFL Network. Joshua Cribbs seems like a good possibility after leading all AFC special teams players in this year's fan vote.

Jason Miller

The complete rosters for the 2013 Pro Bowl will be announced Wednesday during a specially-televised event on the NFL Network, the league announced this week. Each of the respective 43-man rosters for the AFC and NFC squads will be revealed during the "NFL Total Access Pro Bowl Selection Show," scheduled for 7 p.m. ET.

Unlike other All Star Games, the Pro Bowl uses a combination of votes from fans, players and coaches to determine the rosters for each squad. Fan voting ended at the beginning of this week, on Dec. 17, but the league's players and coaches filled out their ballots on Dec. 20-21.

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning received the most votes in the fan ballots with 993,045 votes, beating out New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's 908,099 votes. The leading players in the NFC were Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (828,225 votes) and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (777,827 votes).

The Browns did feature one leading one receiver in special teams player Joshua Cribbs, who received 127,848 votes to lead all AFC special teams players.

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