NEW YORK (AP) — Five players, including dynamic pass catchers Davante Adams and Cooper Kupp, are unanimous choices for The Associated Press 2021 NFL All-Pro Team.
Adams is the first Packers receiver to make it back-to-back first-team All-Pro selections since Sterling Sharpe in 1992-93, according to the Packers.
Joining the Rams’ Kupp and the Packers’ Adams in receiving votes Friday from all 50 members of a nationwide panel of media members who regularly cover the league are Colts running back Jonathan Taylor, Steelers edge rusher and Wisconsin native T.J. Watt, and Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald.
Other Packers who were selected, but not unanimously, include quarterback Aaron Rodgers and inside linebacker De'Vondre Campbell.
Campbell is the first Packers inside linebacker to make AP first-team All-Pro since Pro Football Hall of Famer Ray Nitschke in 1966. Rodgers' selection is his fourth, the most by any quarterback in Packers history.
.@AaronRodgers12's four first-team All-Pro selections are the most by a QB in #Packers history.— Green Bay Packers (@packers) January 14, 2022
He has been named NFL MVP during each of his previous three first-team All-Pro campaigns.#GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/JpOpeddIq4