LA Rams’ Donald, Kelce of Chiefs unanimous selections highlight 2020 AP All-Pro Team
Star defensive tackle Aaron Donald of the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs standout tight end Travis Kelce were unanimously selected to this year’s AP All-Pro Team on Friday. Both Donald and Kelce swept 50 votes in their respective positions across a panel of varying media members who cover the league regularly. The news marks Donald’s sixth time to be selected as an All-Pro while Kelce is now a three-time recipient.
Along with Donald and Kelce are 14 returning players and 15 first-time All-Pro selections. Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner earned this honor for the sixth time in his career. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Chiefs wideout Tyreek Hill each made the AP All-Pro Team for the third time in their careers.
Players returning from the 2019 squad are Donald, Wagner, Indianapolis Colts left guard Quenton Nelson, Pittsburgh Steelers edge rusher T.J. Watt, Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick, Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu, and Chicago Bears kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson.
Overall, there are 18 AFC players and 11 NFC players on this year’s team. In total, 16 of the 32 teams in the NFL have at least one All-Pro player on their roster. For the complete list of players, click here. For more sports coverage, click here.