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  • balero
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    2019 AP NFL All-Pro team rosters and voting



    NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press 2019 NFL All-Pro team selected by a national panel of 50 media members:

    OFFENSE

    Quarterback — Lamar Jackson, Baltimore

    Running Back — Christian McCaffrey, Carolina

    Flex — Christian McCaffrey, Carolina

    Tight End — George Kittle, San Francisco

    Wide Receivers — Michael Thomas, New Orleans; DeAndre Hopkins, Houston

    Left Tackle — Ronnie Stanley, Baltimore

    Right Tackle — Ryan Ramczyk, New Orleans

    Left Guard — Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis

    Right Guard — Zack Martin, Dallas

    Center — Jason Kelce, Philadelphia

    DEFENSE

    Edge Rushers — Chandler Jones, Arizona; T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh

    Interior Linemen — Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams; Cam Heyward, Pittsburgh

    Linebackers — Bobby Wagner, Seattle; Demario Davis, New Orleans; Eric Kendricks, Minnesota.

    Cornerbacks — Stephon Gilmore, New England; Tre'Davious White, Buffalo

    Safeties — Jamal Adams, New York Jets; Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh

    Defensive Back — Marcus Peters, Baltimore; Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City; and Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore

    SPECIAL TEAMS

    Placekicker — Justin Tucker, Baltimore

    Punter — Brett Kern, Tennessee

    Kick Returner — Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago

    Punt Returner — Deonte Harris, New Orleans

    Special Teamer — Matthew Slater, New England

    SECOND TEAM

    OFFENSE

    Quarterback — Russell Wilson, Seattle

    Running Back — Derrick Henry, Tennessee

    Flex — Derrick Henry, Tennessee

    Tight End — Travis Kelce, Kansas City

    Wide Receivers — Julio Jones, Atlanta; Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay

    Left Tackle — David Bakhtiari, Green Bay

    Right Tackle — Mitchell Schwartz, Kansas City

    Left Guard — Joel Bitonio, Cleveland; Joe Thuney, New England

    Right Guard — Marshal Yanda, Baltimore

    Center — Rodney Hudson, Oakland

    DEFENSE

    Edge Rushers — Shaq Barrett, Tampa Bay; Cameron Jordan, New Orleans

    Interior Linemen — Grady Jarrett, Atlanta; DeForest Buckner, San Francisco

    Linebackers — Luke Kuechly, Carolina; Darius Leonard, Indianapolis; T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh

    Cornerbacks — Richard Sherman, San Francisco; Marcus Peters, Baltimore

    Safeties — Justin Simmons, Denver; Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City

    SPECIAL TEAMS

    Placekicker — Josh Lambo, Jacksonville

    Punter — Tress Way, Washington

    Kick Returner — Mecole Hardman, Kansas City

    Punt Returner — Diontae Johnson, Pittsburgh

    Special Teamer — Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago, and J.T. Gray, New Orleans

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    Results of the AP NFL All-Pro balloting:

    OFFENSE

    Quarterback

    Lamar Jackson, Baltimore, 47; Russell Wilson, Seattle, 3.

    Running Backs

    Christian McCaffrey, Carolina, 27; Derrick Henry, Tennessee, 20; Nick Chubb, Cleveland, 2; Dalvin Cook, Minnesota, 1.

    Tight End

    George Kittle, San Francisco, 33; Travis Kelce, Kansas City, 17.

    Wide Receivers

    Michael Thomas, New Orleans, 50; DeAndre Hopkins, Houston, 18; Julio Jones, Atlanta, 16; Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay, 14; Kenny Golladay, Detroit, 1; Julian Edelman, New England, 1.

    Flex

    Christian McCaffrey, Carolina, 18; Derrick Henry, Tennessee, 7; Travis Kelce, Kansas City, 6; Julio Jones, Atlanta, 5; Aaron Jones, Green Bay, 3; Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams, 3; Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay, 2; Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers, 1; Dalvin Cook, Minnesota, 1; Austin Ekeler, Los Angeles Chargers, 1; Kenny Golladay, Detroit, 1; George Kittle, San Francisco, 1; Darren Waller, Oakland, 1.

    Left Tackle

    Ronnie Stanley, Baltimore, 42; David Bakhtiari, Green Bay, 5; Terron Armstead, New Orleans, 2; Tyron Smith, Dallas, 1.

    Right Tackle

    Ryan Ramczyk, New Orleans, 30; Mitchell Schwartz, Kansas City, 13; Lane Johnson, Philadelphia, 3; Trent Brown, Oakland, 2; La'el Collins, Dallas, 1; Brian O'Neill, Minnesota, 1.

    Left Guards

    Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis, 44; Joe Thuney, New England, 3; Joel Bitonio, Cleveland, 3;

    Right Guard

    Zack Martin, Dallas, 24; Marshal Yanda, Baltimore, 16; Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia, 9; David DeCastro, Pittsburgh, 1.

    Center

    Jason Kelce, Philadelphia, 29; Rodney Hudson, Oakland, 9; Travis Frederick, Dallas, 2; Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh, 4; Ben Jones, Tennessee, 2; Mitch Morse, Buffalo, 2; Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis, 2.

    DEFENSE

    Edge Rushers

    Chandler Jones, Arizona, 32; T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh, 22; Shaq Barrett, Tampa Bay, 18; Cameron Jordan, New Orleans, 12; Za'Darius Smith, Green Bay, 9; Danielle Hunter, Minnesota, 4; Nick Bosa, San Francisco, 2; Joey Bosa, Los Angeles Chargers, 1.

    Interior Linemen

    Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams, 49; Cam Heyward, Pittsburgh, 23; Grady Jarrett, Atlanta, 11; DeForest Buckner, San Francisco, 7; Chris Jones, Kansas City, 5; Jordan Phillips, Buffalo, 2; Vita Vea, Tampa Bay, 1; Frank Clark, Kansas City, 1; Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia, 1.

    Linebackers

    Bobby Wagner, Seattle, 32; Demario Davis, New Orleans, 18; Eric Kendricks, Minnesota, 18; Luke Kuechly, Carolina, 17; Darius Leonard, Indianapolis, 11; T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh, 11; Lavonte David, Tampa Bay, 10; Fred Warner, San Francisco, 6; Blake Martinez, Green Bay, 4; D'onta Hightower, New England, 4; Jamie Collins, New England, 3; Kyle Van Noy, New England, 3; Chandler Jones, Arizona, 2; Shaq Barrett, Tampa Bay, 2; Tremaine Edmunds, Buffalo, 2; Anthony Barr, Minnesota, 1; Za'Darius Smith, Green Bay, 1; Von Miller, Denver, 1; Matthew Judon, Baltimore, 1; Jaylon Smith, Dallas, 1; Joe Schobert, Cleveland, 1; Khalil Mack, Chicago, 1.

    Cornerbacks

    Stephon Gilmore, New England, 50; Tre'Davious White, Buffalo, 38; Richard Sherman, San Francisco, 10; Marcus Peters, Baltimore, 1; Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans, 1.

    Safeties

    Jamal Adams, New York Jets, 28; Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh, 27; Justin Simmons, Denver, 9; Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City, 8; Harrison Smith, Minnesota, 7; Kevin Byard, Tennessee, 7; Devin McCourty, New England, 4; Budda Baker, Arizona, 4; Earl Thomas, Seattle, 3; Terrell Edmunds, Pittsburgh, 1; Anthony Harris, Minnesota, 1; Malcolm Jenkins, Philadelphia, 1.

    Defensive Back

    Marcus Peters, Baltimore, 7; Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore, 7; Tyrann Mathieu, Kansas City, 7; Richard Sherman, San Francisco, 5; Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh, 4; Logan Ryan, Tennessee, 4; Jonathan Jones, New England, 3; J.C. Jackson, New England, 2; K'Waun Williams, San Francisco, 2; Devin McCourty New England, 2; Chris Harris Jr., Denver, 1; Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans, 1; Tre'Davious White, Buffalo, 1; Kenny Moore, Indianapolis, 1; Justin Simmons, Denver, 1; Tramon Williams, Green Bay, 1; Jamal Adams, New York Jets, 1.

    SPECIAL TEAMS

    Placekicker

    Justin Tucker, Baltimore, 34; Josh Lambo, Jacksonville, 11; Wil Lutz, New Orleans, 3; Harrison Butker, Kansas City, 2.

    Punter

    Brett Kern, Tennessee, 34; Tress Way, Washington, 13; Bryan Anger, Houston, 2; Logan Cooke, Jacksonville, 1.

    Kick Returner

    Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago, 39; Mecole Hardman, Kansas City, 4; Deontae Harris, New Orleans, 2; Jamal Agnew, Detroit, 2; Brandon Wilson, Cincinnati, 2; Andre Roberts, Buffalo, 1.

    x-Punt Returner

    Deonte Harris, New Orleans, 29; Diontae Johnson, Pittsburgh, 12; Nyheim Hines, Indianapolis, 4; Andre Roberts, Buffalo, 2; Mecole Hardman, Kansas City, 1; Braxton Berrios, New York Jets, 1.

    Special Teamer

    Matthew Slater, New England, 37; J.T. Gray, New Orleans, 3; Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago, 3; Derek Watt, Los Angeles Chargers, 2; Raheem Mostert, San Francisco, 1; Nate Ebner, New England, 1; Deonte Harris, New Orleans, 1; Tyler Matakevich, Pittsburgh, 1; Cory Littleton, Los Angeles Rams, 1.

    x-One voter did not select a punt returner.

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  • Aztec Bronco
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    It would be pretty funny if they kicked the Flacco can down the road another year with how much people have freaked over his dead money.

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  • Requiem
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    Not sure they will have to exceed Byard's contract to keep him on the Broncos and they have more than enough money to pay him anyway. Designating Flacco as a post-June 1st cut and (finally) getting rid of Ronald Leary frees up over $20M dollars in cap space.

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  • Aztec Bronco
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    Simmons has all the leverage until Denver tags him, then they have all the leverage. Simmons won't ever see the open market so It's in everyone's best interest to get a fair deal done ASAP.

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  • Drunken.Broncoholic2
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    Originally posted by peacepipe View Post

    Is Simmons agent going to pretend Byards contract doesn’t exist? Of course it is, that contract will be the floor of Simmons asking price.
    That’s why you get a deal done before Byards

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  • jmz313
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    Originally posted by peacepipe View Post

    Is Simmons agent going to pretend Byards contract doesn’t exist? Of course it is, that contract will be the floor of Simmons asking price.
    Isn't he getting 14.7m year average? Simmons will get 14m-ish from Broncos. how the contract is structured will be what Simmon's agent is worried about. Byard has less guaranteed money than a handful of safeties including Kareem jackson.

    Landon Collins Skins deal is what Simmon's agent will be looking for.

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  • jmz313
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    Originally posted by socalorado View Post

    I really would like to pay Brandon Sherff to play G. Just sayin. Can WASH franchise Sherff?
    Did they already? I can’t remember if they already did.
    They have never franchised him to my recollection (living in DC area)

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  • socalorado
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    Originally posted by jmz313 View Post
    If he's franchised, it will keep the Broncos from overpaying to replace Leary so that probably be a win as well.
    I really would like to pay Brandon Sherff to play G. Just sayin. Can WASH franchise Sherff?
    Did they already? I can’t remember if they already did.

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  • peacepipe
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    Originally posted by Drunken.Broncoholic2 View Post

    Not really my point.

    I was referring to how hard it is for teams to have about 27-30M wrapped up on just 2 safeties against the cap. Need to do some money managing with signing bonus to move around Simmons cap hit for 2020.

    We will see. the longer they wait the more expensive it will get. Last thing you want is Simmons contract dictated by Byard and McCleod. Both will get huge money.
    Is Simmons agent going to pretend Byards contract doesn’t exist? Of course it is, that contract will be the floor of Simmons asking price.

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  • jmz313
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    If he's franchised, it will keep the Broncos from overpaying to replace Leary so that probably be a win as well.

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  • jmz313
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    Originally posted by socalorado View Post

    What are the chances of Scotch tagging him?
    70%?
    99% if he's not extended. I'm sure he's going to get his extension in 2019. it just makes perfect sense for everyone involved.


    1% is assuming the fax machine is plugged in.

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  • socalorado
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    Originally posted by jmz313 View Post

    I agree but Simmons is staying and should be extended in 2019. Jackson has 1-2 years left here. He's a transition type player. they'll be able to keep Simmons Cap number down at least for 2020.

    As for the Tag, they are not going to let a key young superstar just walk away. they'll tag him if they have to.
    What are the chances of Scotch tagging him?
    70%?

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  • jmz313
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    Originally posted by Drunken.Broncoholic2 View Post

    Not really my point.

    I was referring to how hard it is for teams to have about 27-30M wrapped up on just 2 safeties against the cap. Need to do some money managing with signing bonus to move around Simmons cap hit for 2020.

    We will see. the longer they wait the more expensive it will get. Last thing you want is Simmons contract dictated by Byard and McCleod. Both will get huge money.
    I agree but Simmons is staying and should be extended in 2019. Jackson has 1-2 years left here. He's a transition type player. they'll be able to keep Simmons Cap number down at least for 2020.

    As for the Tag, they are not going to let a key young superstar just walk away. they'll tag him if they have to.

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  • Drunken.Broncoholic2
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    Originally posted by jmz313 View Post

    Yes. but the franchise tag's average of top 5 S will be less than that i think. for one season. 11.2m for 2019.

    It doesn't matter. Simmons is going to sign an extension. probably before our next game.
    Not really my point.

    I was referring to how hard it is for teams to have about 27-30M wrapped up on just 2 safeties against the cap. Need to do some money managing with signing bonus to move around Simmons cap hit for 2020.

    We will see. the longer they wait the more expensive it will get. Last thing you want is Simmons contract dictated by Byard and McCleod. Both will get huge money.

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