There are new Pro Bowl voting results, and the Arizona Cardinals do not figure prominently in the voting. However, according to Daren Urban on AZCardinals.com, safety Rashad Johnson has found his way into the top 10 safeties in votes, coming in eighth currently.
Johnson has four interceptions this season, including two returned for touchdowns.
He is not the only Cardinal in the top 10 at his position in voting.
Both starting cornerbacks, Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie also are among the top 10 vote getters at their position (Peterson eighth and Cromartie 10th), and cornerback Justin Bethel is ninth in voting among special teams players.
Once again, Calais Campbell's name is absent from the top vote getters, which is a shame. He has 54 tackles and seven sacks on the season, but still gets very little recognition.
On the offensive side of the ball, back in Week 11, Andre Ellington was 10th in votes among running backs. He no longer is among the top vote getters.