Only one Patriots player named to 2022 NFL AP All-Pro Teams originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston
It’s time to recognize the NFL’s best players.
The Associated Press revealed their 2022 NFL All-Pro Teams on Friday, just a few weeks before other major awards are handed out at the NFL Honors ceremony.
The NFLPA revealed its own list of All-Pro Teams earlier this week for the first time ever.
The AP First and Second Team All-Pro honors are chosen by a national panel of 50 NFL writers and broadcasters from across the country. Each position gets at least one representative on each team, but certain spots get more than one selection.
Here’s a look at the NFL AP All-Pro Teams for the 2022 season:
Who made NFL AP First-Team All-Pro in 2022?
Quarterback: Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City)
Running back: Josh Jacobs (Las Vegas)
Tight end: Travis Kelce (Kansas City)
Left tackle: Trent Williams (San Francisco)
Right tackle: Lane Johnson (Philadelphia)
Left guard: Joel Bitonio (Cleveland)
Right guard: Zack Martin (Dallas)
Center: Jason Kelce (Philadelphia)
Cornerbacks: Sauce Gardner (New York Jets), Patrick Surtain II (Denver)
Placekicker: Daniel Carlson (Las Vegas)
Punter: Tommy Townsend (Kansas City)
Kick returner: Keisean Nixon (Green Bay)
Punt returner: Marcus Jones (New England)
Special teamer: Jeremy Reaves (Washington)
Long snapper: Andrew DePaola (Minnesota)
Who made NFL AP Second-Team All-Pro in 2022?
Quarterback: Jalen Hurts (Philadelphia)
Running back: Nick Chubb (Cleveland)
Tight end: George Kittle (San Francisco)
Right tackle: Tristan Wirfs (Tampa Bay)
Left guard: Joe Thuney (Kansas City)
Right guard: Chris Lindstrom (Atlanta)
Center: Creed Humphrey (Kansas City)
Interior linemen: Dexter Lawrence (New York Giants), Jeffrey Simmons (Tennessee)
Placekicker: Justin Tucker (Baltimore)
Punter: Ryan Stonehouse (Tennessee)
Kick returner: Kene Nwangwu (Minnesota)
Punt returner: Kalif Raymond (Detroit)
Special teamer: George Odum (San Francisco)
Long snapper: Nick Moore (Baltimore)