Dynamic defensive star Aaron Donald and the unstoppable tight-knit Travis Kells are the unanimous choices for the Associated Press NFL All-Pro team.
Donald and Gells won the vote with 50 media members across the country. Los Angeles Rams play NFL This is the sixth All-Pro selection for Donald, who helped secure the top spot in, and the third for Kansas City record holder Kells.
As Rams coach Sean McVeigh said of Donald, “I think the best view of excellence makes those around you the best. He does it every week in a way that affects them.”
Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahomes praised Kells for approaching his work.
“He works his tail every day, he trains every day, he makes sure he is ready for these moments,” says Mahomes. “A guy has to be so talented, work so hard, he can really learn every day like that, that’s what makes him so special on the field.”
Joining Donald and Kells 15 players return to the team, and 14 newcomers. Seattle striker Bobby Wagner is also forming his sixth team.
“After all these years he is not in the amazing life rankings he has proven for a midfielder,” says Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.
Aaron Rodgers, who led Green Bay (13-3) to the NFC’s first seed, is forming his third team, as well as the chiefs’ broad receiver Dyrick Hill. The first to be selected in offensive skill levels were 2,000-year-old Derrick Henry from Tennessee, Buffalo Whiteout Stephen Dix, NFL.
“For me, honestly, I think I found little things differently, frankly,” Adams says. “I feel like a complete recipient. … It’s about finding a way to fix the things I do better and make them even better.”
The buffalo was officially traded by Minnesota to Minnesota, and then had a major impact as the Bills won the first AFC East 25 years later.
“For me, under no circumstances am I going to be included or chosen,” says Dix. “I’m going to embrace it. The first thing I always try to do is earn the respect of my teammates and my coaches. Keep working and the chips will fall where they left off. ”
Both Packers and Golds have four All-Pros. Green Bay left-hander David Bakhtiar made his second appearance and center-back Corey Linsley for the first time. Indianapolis has Interior Lineman Deforest Buckner and defense lineman Darius Leonard, left guard Quentin Nelson and special team George Odam. Nelson does it three times All-Pro, Leonard doubles, Buckner and Odam do it for the first time.
Completing the offense was Cleveland right tackle Jack Kanglin (second choice), and Washington right-hander Brandon Sherf (first).
Edge Rushers DJ Watt, captain of the Pittsburgh NFL sacks on his second All-Pro team, and Miles Garrett, a newcomer to Cleveland; San Francisco striker Fred Warner (first choice); Cornerbacks Miami’s Xavier Howard (first), League interception leader and Rams’ Jalan Ramsay (second); And Tyrone Matthew of Kansas City (third), Minga Fitzpatrick of Pittsburgh and Buddhist Baker of Arizona are both safe for the second time. There was a tie between Fitzpatrick and Baker for second place.
The long snapper level is new to the All-Pro team in 2020, and the Baltimore Morgan Cox selection. Chicago kickbacker Cordarelle Patterson is making it to the fourth. Newcomers to the ranks of the remaining special teams: Miami footballer Jason Sanders, New England punter Jack Bailey and punt returnee Conner Olszewski.
Donald, Wagner, Nelson, Watt, Fitzpatrick, Matthew and Patterson are all coming back from 2019.
In total, 18 players represent the AFC, which is considered the strongest conference this season, and 11 for the NFC. Half of the 32 clubs have 2020 All-Pro.
AB Pro football writers Josh Dubois and Simmy Butter, and sports writers Dave Skreta, John Wavro, Steve McGurk and Tim Booth contributed.
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