The Associated Press announced their 2022 All-Pro Team on Friday. There were just two unanimous picks as Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson and Chiefs tight end Travis Kielce were the picks.
There will be a number of different All Pro teams, but the Associated Press team is the most respected.
This years list includes 16 players appearing on the list for the first time in their career. Those players include Raiders RB Josh Jacobs and Vikings WR Justin Jefferson on the offense. For the defense, Ravens LB Roquan Smith, Jets CB Sauce Gardner, 49ers edge rusher Nick Bosa, Chiefs DL Chris Jones, 49ers S Talanoa Hufanga, Jets DL Quinnen Williams, Bills LB Matt Milano, and Broncos CB Patrick Surtain.
The six special teamers who made the team for the first time include Raiders K Daniel Carlson, Chiefs P Tommy Townsend, Packers KR Keisean Nixon, Patriots PR Marcus Jones, Commanders ST Jeremy Reaves, and Vikings LS Andrew DePaola.
Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs, 49; Jalen Hurts, Eagles, 1
Josh Jacobs, Raiders
Travis Kelce, Chiefs, 50
Justin Jefferson, Vikings; Tyreek Hill, Dolphins; Davante Adams, Raiders
Trent Williams, 49ers
Lane Johnson, Eagles
Joel Bitonio, Browns
Zack Martin, Cowboys
Jason Kelce, Eagles
Nick Bosa, 49ers; Micah Parsons, Cowboys
Chris Jones, Chiefs; Quinnen Williams, Jets
Fred Warner, 49ers; Roquan Smith, Ravens; Matt Milano, Bills
Sauce Gardner, Jets; Patrick Surtain II, Bills
Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers; Talanoa Hufanga, 49ers
Daniel Carlson, Raiders
Tommy Townsend, Chiefs
Keisean Nixon, Packers
Marcus Jones, Patriots
Jeremy Reaves, Commanders
Andrew DePaola, Vikings