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2021 NFL All-Pro Team: Aaron Rodgers bests Tom Brady for top spot; T.J. Watt among five unanimous selections

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Two quarterbacks battling for MVP honors were included on the Associated Press’ 2021 All-Pro Team. Aaron Rodgers was named a first team All-Pro for the fourth time and second straight year. Tom Brady was a second team selection. His last All-Pro honor came in 2017 during his MVP season.

The All-Pro rosters, which were voted on by a national panel of 50 media members, include five players who were unanimously selected: Rams receiver Cooper Kupp, Packers wideout Davante Adams, Colts running back Jonathan Taylor, Steelers pass- rusher T.J. Watt, and Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald. Along with Rodgers and Brady, each of these players are candidates to win league MVP, which will be unveiled the night before Super Bowl LVI. 

Here’s a complete look at the 2021 All-Pro first and second teams, as well as every other player who received votes. 

First Team Offense 

QB

Aaron Rodgers, Packers

RB

Jonathan Taylor, Colts

TE

Mark Andrews, Ravens

WR 

Davante Adams, Packers

WR

Cooper Kupp, Rams

WR

Deebo Samuel, 49ers

LT 

Trent Williams, 49ers

RT

Tristan Wirfs, Buccaneers

LB

Joel Bitonio, Browns

RG

Zack Martin, Cowboys

C

Jason Kelce, Eagles

First Team Defense 

EDGE

T.J. Watt, Steelers

EDGE

Myles Garrett, Browns

DL 

Aaron Donald, Rams

DL 

Cameron Heyward, Steelers

LB 

Darius Leonard, Colts

LB 

Micah Parsons, Cowboys

LB 

De’Vondre Campbell, Packers

CB

Trevon Diggs, Cowboys

CB

Jalen Ramsey, Rams

S

Kevin Byard, Titans

S

Jordan Poyer, Bills

First Team Special Teams 

Second Team Offense 

Second Team Defense 

EDGE

Robert Quinn, Bears

EDGE

Maxx Crosby, Raiders

DL 

Chris Jones, Chiefs

DL 

Jeffery Simmons, Titans

LB 

Demario Davis, Saints

LB

Roquan Smith, Bears

LB

Bobby Wagner, Seahawks

CB

J.C. Jackson, Patriots

CB

A.J. Terrell, Falcons

S

Justin Simmons, Broncos/Micah Hyde, Bills/Budda Baker, Cardinals (received same number of votes)

Second Team Special Teams 




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