The NFL announced its All-Decade Team of the 2010s Monday, and Wisconsin is well-represented.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers joins Tom Brady as the signal-callers named to the squad. Rodgers is a two-time NFL MVP and was named Super Bowl XLV MVP.
Julius Peppers, who played for the Packers from 2014-2016, was one of four defensive ends on the team. He registered 25 sacks in three years playing outside linebacker in Green Bay.
Guard Jahri Evans, who spent one season with the Packers, also made the team.
There were eight unanimous selections, and two of them are former Badgers. JJ Watt, a three-time Defensive Player of the Year honoree, for the Houston Texans joined Peppers as one of four defensive ends on the team.
Joe Thomas, a 10-time Pro Bowl selection with the Cleveland Browns, was one of four offensive tackles named to the team.