NFLPA announces player-voted 2023 All-Pro team

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.


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Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports


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Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

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