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NFL All-Decade Team Roster Released

On Monday, the release of the NFL All-Decade Team blew up the internet, giving us the some new sports content during this down time. While there have been some arguments regarding the list, most agree that the list is a solid representation from the past decade.

Brady and Gronk
Credit: Stew Milne/USA TODAY Sports

2010s NFL All-Decade Team Roster


QB Tom Brady
QB Aaron Rodgers
RB Frank Gore
RB Marshawn Lynch
RB LeSean McCoy
RB Adrian Peterson
WR Antonio Brown
WR Larry Fitzgerald
WR Calvin Johnson
WR Julio Jones
FLEX Darren Sproles
TE Rob Gronkowski
TE Travis Kelce
OT Jason Peters
OT Tyron Smith
OT Joe Staley
OT Joe Thomas
OG Jahri Evans
OG Logan Mankins
OG Zack Martin
OG Marshal Yanda
C Alex Mack
C Maurkice Pouncey


DE Calais Campbell
DE Cameron Jordan
DE Julius Peppers
DE J.J. Watt
DT Geno Atkins
DT Fletcher Cox
DT Aaron Donald
DT Ndamukong Suh
LB Chandler Jones
LB Luke Kuechly
LB Khalil Mack
LB Von Miller
LB Bobby Wagner
LB Patrick Willis
CB Patrick Peterson
CB Darrelle Revis
CB Richard Sherman
S Eric Berry
S Earl Thomas
S Eric Weddle
DB Chris Harris Jr.
DB Tyrann Mathieu


P Johnny Hekker
P Shane Lechler
K Stephen Gostkowski
K Justin Tucker
PR Tyreek Hill
PR Darren Sproles
KR Devin Hester
KR Cordarrelle Patterson


Bill Belichick
Pete Carroll

Notables From NFL All-Decade Team

There is one player to make the list in two positions. Running back Darren Sproles has actually been voted to the NFL All-Decade team as both an offensive flex player, which is someone that fills multiple roles, and as a punt returner.

Eight people from the New England Patriots made the team, which is the most from any team.

There were eight players that were unanimously voted to the NFL All-Decade Team: Tom Brady, Aaron Donald, Von Miller, Adrian Peterson, Joe Thomas, Justin Tucker, J.J. Watt and Marshal Yanda.

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