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2018 AP NFL All-Pro Team Announced

The 2018 AP NFL All-Pro Team was officially announced on Friday. Kansas City was the most represented team, with four Chiefs making the list. The All-Pro Team also features the first rookie teammates since 1965, with the Colts’ Quenton Nelson and Darius Leonard making the cut. The only unanimous choice on the list was defensive tackle Aaron Donald.

“That’s surreal,” Donald said. “It’s a blessing. Wow! You see the hard work pay off. A lot of credit to my teammates and my coaches for pushing me and helping me.”

The All-Pro Team features a perfect split of 14 NFC and AFC players, 16 of which were newcomers to the team. Let’s get to the list.

Patrick Mahomes

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QB — Patrick Mahomes, KC

RB — Todd Gurley, LAR

Flex — Tyreek Hill, KC

TE — Travis Kelce, KC

WR — Michael Thomas, NO

WR — DeAndre Hopkins, HOU

LT — David Bakhtiari, GB

LG —Quenton Nelson, IND

C — Jason Kelce, PHI

RG —Zack Martin, DAL

RT — Mitchell Schwartz, KC

Aaron Donald

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DE — J.J. Watt, HOU

DE — Khalil Mack, CHI

DL — Aaron Donald, LAR

DL — Fletcher Cox, PHI

LB — Luke Kuechly, CAR

LB — Bobby Wagner, SEA

LB — Darius Leonard, IND

CB — Kyle Fuller, CHI

CB — Stephon Gilmore, NE

S — Eddie Jackson, CHI

S — Derwin James, LAC

DB — Desmond King, LAC



PK — Justin Tucker, BAL

P — Michael Dickson, SEA

KR — Andre Roberts, NYJ

PR — Tarik Cohen, CHI

ST — Adrian Phillips, LAC


Congrats to all who made the list! But of course, we all have opinions on who was snubbed. Let us know who YOU think was wrongfully left off the NFL All-Pro Team.


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