3 Colts named to 2021 All-Pro First Team

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The Indianapolis Colts had three players named to the 2021 All-Pro First Team and two players named to the All-Pro Second Team, the Associated Press announced Friday.

The three players that were named to the First Team include running back Jonathan Taylor, linebacker Darius Leonard and long snapper Luke Rhodes. The two players that were named to the Second Team were left guard Quenton Nelson and special teamer/wide receiver Ashton Dulin.

Taylor was one of only five players to be voted unanimously to the First Team. The other four players included Davante Adams, Cooper Kupp, Aaron Donald and T.J. Watt.

Leonard added his third All-Pro nod in four seasons while Rhodes capped off a stellar season with his first All-Pro selection. Rhodes was also named to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career.

Nelson snapped his streak of All-Pro First Team selections in his fourth season. He received the nod in each of his first three seasons and was the only offensive lineman in NFL history to do so. Meanwhile, Dulin was an active part of Bubba Ventrone’s special teams unit.

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