4 Giants received All-Pro votes, none made the cut

Dan Benton
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The New York Giants will send two players — cornerback James Bradberry and tight end Evan Engram — to the Pro Bowl, but will have none recognized as All-Pro’s.

The Associated Press officially announced their All-Pro teams on Friday afternoon and the Giants were blanked across the board. However, four of their players did receive at least one vote.

Defensive tackle Leonard Williams, who many anticipated would be an All-Pro after a career-best season, led the team with two votes. Linebacker Blake Martinez also received two votes.

After being snubbed for the Pro Bowl, Martinez led a campaign to help sell himself as an All-Pro talent but that obviously fell on deaf ears.

Other Giants to receive votes were Pro Bowl cornerback James Bradberry (1) and kicker Graham Gano (1).

Tight end Evan Engram did not receive an All-Pro vote.

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