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Raiders' Mack Becomes 1st Player Ever Selected As AP All-Pro At 2 Positions

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Khalil Mack became the first player in NFL history to be selected as an AP All-Pro at two seperate positions in the same season. 201 more words


Josh Sitton named second-team All-Pro by Associated Press

GREEN BAY — Packers guard Josh Sitton has been named second-team All-Pro by the Associated Press for the second straight season.

Named to his third career Pro Bowl last month, Sitton received the third-most votes of all guards across the league from the AP’s panel of voters. 343 more words

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Antonio Brown and David DeCastro named to Associated Press NFL All-Pro team

The awards keep coming for the Pittsburgh Steelers. On Friday, the league announced it’s Associated Press All-Pro teams, and once again the Steelers are represented.  As ESPN Pittsburgh radio personality David Todd noted on Twitter, two Steelers made the cut. 198 more words

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The 2015 AP NFL All-Pro Team

Just before the postseason begins with Wildcard Weekend, the Associated Press named its All-Pro First Team. The offense looks very similar to the MichaelPiff.com Fantasy “Best Lineup”.  187 more words

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Kansas City Chiefs Safety Eric Berry makes NFL All Pro after beating Cancer.

Pro Bowlers are overrated, here are the real best players in the NFL. 270 more words


J.J. Watt Gets Unanimous Selection To All-Pro Team

NEW YORK (AP) — Khalil Mack has made All-Pro history.

Mack’s versatility and relentlessness earned him selection at two positions on the 2015 Associated Press All-Pro Team, an NFL first. 743 more words


Emlen Tunnell (1954 - Bowman #53)

Emlen Lewis Tunnell was the first black player ever elected to Football’s Hall Of Fame in 1967.  He played Defensive Back for both the New York Giants (1948 – ’58) and the Green Bay Packers (1959 – ’61). 51 more words

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