Once again the Kansas City Chiefs were atop the NFL in members selected to the NFL’s All-Pro team, with three first-team members, and two second-team members.
On Friday morning the AP released its All-Pro Teams, which featured several familiar faces on the Kansas City Chiefs.
Not listed above but still a member of the All-Pro first team was wide receiver Tyreek Hill, which now marks his fourth time being a member of the All-Pro team. Safety Tyrann Mathieu also returned to the First All-Pro team for a second consecutive season, marking his fourth time as well.
Tight End Travis Kelce along with Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald were the only two players to be unanimous selections to the team. The selection marks Kelce’s fifth All-Pro selection and continues to add to his historic resume.
The Chiefs had two members make the Second-Team All-Pro, Quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Defensive Tackle Chris Jones. It should be noted that Mahomes, who made his second All-Pro team in three seasons had one less game than many of the other players on the list due to the Chiefs wanting to rest him for the playoffs. Jones capped another stellar season with his second time being a member of the All-Pro team.