NFL First and Second All-Pro Teams: Kelce and Jefferson elected unanimously

Just before the start of the playoffs, the NFL All-Pro teams were announced. With tight end Travis Kelce and wide receiver Justin Jefferson, two players were unanimously selected to the first team. A rookie causes a stir.

Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs and Jefferson of the Minnesota Vikings received the First Team All-Pro nominations from all 50 voting media representatives.

The New York Jets’ Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner was the first rookie cornerback to make the first team in 41 years.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, San Francisco 49ers edge rusher Nick Bosa and Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones received 49 votes.

Here we have an overview of the complete lineup of the First and Second All-Pro teams for you.

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