- Jamison Hensley, ESPN Staff Writer
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It's been a frustrating season for Troy Polamalu. A calf injury has limited him to five quarters this season.
But there's one piece of news that he can take comfort in -- Polamalu is the NFL's most well-liked player. In a fan poll conducted by Forbes, Polamalu received 63 percent, which edged out Saints quarterback Drew Brees (62) and Packers defensive back Charles Woodson (62 percent). No other player was above 60 percent.
Topping the list of the NFL's least-liked players was Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh. The only AFC North ties to the least-liked list are: former Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes (No. 8 ) and former Browns quarterback Brady Quinn (No. 10).