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(USA TODAY) -- Though Michael Vick has rehabilitated himself in the eyes of the law and the football world, a Forbes poll shows he remains at the top of the Most-disliked NFL players.

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The injured Philadelphia Eagles quarterbackeasily topped the poll conducted by E-Poll Market research, with more thanhalf of respondents expressing a dislike for him.Pollsters toldForbesthat Vick scores better among "hardcore" football fans, but doesn't rate highly with casual fans.

Coming in at No. 2 was Chargers rookie Manti Te'o, proving that you barely need to play in order to be disliked, especially if you get caught fibbing about an imaginary girlfriend. E-Poll Chief Executive Gerry Philpott told Forbes, "I think this will stay with him until he gets a chance to prove them wrong."

After topping a similar Forbespoll last year, Ndamukong Suh finished third in this tally. In his four seasons in the league, the Detroit Lions defender has been fined seven times for total in excess of $200,000. His Thanksgiving Day stomp of Green Bay's Evan Dietrich-Smith is one of the more notorious on-field incidents in recent memory. That incident, and others like it, have given Suh the reputation as the dirtiest player in the NFL and has completely obscured his charitable works.

Ben Roethlisberger was disliked by 40% of respondents. The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback is the only player in the top five with a Super Bowl ring.

The oddest inclusion at the top of the most disliked list was Mark Sanchez. Forbeseven notes that the injured Jets QB "has never seemed unlikeable." Is there a silent majority of anti-headband crusaders that are just now starting to make their voices heard?