Found December 27, 2011 on Redskins Insider:
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The 5-10 Washington Redskins did not have a single player named to the NFC Pro Bowl roster that was announced Tuesday night. Inside linebacker London Fletcher leads the NFL in tackles, and outside linebacker Brian Orakpo ranked among the top five in fan votes at his position. But neither made the cut as the league unveiled the rosters for the team. Fan votes counted for one third of the vote, as did the players’ votes and the coaches’ votes. Read full article >>
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