4 Bills including QB Josh Allen earn second-team All-Pro honors

Nick Wojton
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The Buffalo Bills have a laundry list of players that landed on the NFL’s All-Pro teams which were announced on Friday. The highlight was their lone first-teamer, wide receiver Stefon Diggs.

But the second-team had plenty of room for Bills players, evidently. Buffalo (13-3) saw cornerback Tre’Davious White, kick returner Andre Roberts, wide receiver Cole Beasley, and quarterback Josh Allen earn recognition there.

Allen, who broke multiple team records in 2020, earned any All-Pro distinction for the first time in his career, as did Beasley. Both actually share their spots as well.

Second-team voting had a tie at quarterback between Allen and the Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes. Beasley found himself in a draw with the Seattle Seahawks’ DK Metcalf.

In 2019, White was Buffalo’s lone first-team All-Pro while Roberts also has a first-team honor in his back-pocket from 2018 in terms of their prior selections. Diggs’ first-team nod in 2020 is the first in his career as well.

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