The AP All-Pro teams were announced last week, as voted on by 50 media members of the Associated Press.
We have another All-Pro Team. This one was voted on y NFL players. For the second straight year, the NFLPA has announced its players’ All-Pro team.
NFL players voted on this team but had certain guidelines.
Only active NFL players were eligible to vote, and each player could only vote once.
Players could not vote for themselves or for their teammates.
If a player missed five or more games as of Week 15 of the season, they were ineligible for a spot on the team.
Players voted for the position group they play in and line up against on the field. For example, centers could vote for: the best center, the best nose tackle, the best interior defensive lineman and the best off-ball linebacker in the league.
For the special teams (or “core teamers”) category, various player leaders from each locker room nominated their two top players for the ballot.
FB Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco 49ers
WR CeeDee Lamb, Dallas Cowboys
TE Travis Kelce
LT Trent Williams, San Francisco 49ers
RG Zack Martin, Dallas Cowboys
RT Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles
LB Roquan Smith, Baltimore Ravens
LB Fred Warner, San Francisco 49ers
CB DaRon Bland, Dallas Cowboys
CB Pat Surtain II, Denver Broncos
SS Kyle Hamilton, Baltimore Ravens
K Brandon Aubrey, Dallas Cowboys
P AJ Cole, Las Vegas Raiders
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