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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

      ___

      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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        • #49
          Great season by Simmons, he has gotten better each year.

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          • #50
            If Simmons is not agreed on a team friendly deal then one option is to franchise tag him and trade him for 1st or 2nd round. Similar to what Seahawks and cheifs did to Frank Clark and Dee Ford.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Broncos786 View Post
              If Simmons is not agreed on a team friendly deal then one option is to franchise tag him and trade him for 1st or 2nd round. Similar to what Seahawks and cheifs did to Frank Clark and Dee Ford.
              Denver is ultimately going to give Simmons his big contract. At a minimum he’ll get what Eddie Jackson just got. Chicago just made him the highest paid safety in the NFL.

              https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...584m-extension Bears sign S Eddie Jackson to 4-year, $58.4M extension

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              • #52
                With the exception of James,Damn near the entire offense is on their rookie contract. Denver should not have any problems giving Simmons his contract making him the highest paid safety.

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                • #53
                  I was willing to go 12m for Simmons just ahead of Kareem Jackson's 11m per year but 14m to 15m per year it would be a no from me. I would franchise tag Simmons and give his agent permission to seek a trade for a 1st or 2nd round pick. If we dont get value i would let Simmons play the year on the franchise tag and try and draft his replacement. The safety from LSU Delpit would really be tempting if he is still their at 15 if we need to replace Simmons.

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                  • #54
                    I think Elway will pay Simmons for one big reason--he'll pay Simmons because he's an Elway draft pick and John has a hard time cutting his bad draft picks (admitting he's wrong) and on the other hand, he does a lot to keep the draft picks he considers good players.

                    One example was Brock Ossweiler, say what you want, but Elway made him a very, very nice offer to keep his worthless butt on this team

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by champhalloffamer View Post
                      I was willing to go 12m for Simmons just ahead of Kareem Jackson's 11m per year but 14m to 15m per year it would be a no from me. I would franchise tag Simmons and give his agent permission to seek a trade for a 1st or 2nd round pick. If we dont get value i would let Simmons play the year on the franchise tag and try and draft his replacement. The safety from LSU Delpit would really be tempting if he is still their at 15 if we need to replace Simmons.
                      Not to worry, it isn’t your money Denver is spending. The market has gone up for a lot of positions. If you want a team of practice squad players go ahead and be cheap.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Tombstone RJ View Post
                        I think Elway will pay Simmons for one big reason--he'll pay Simmons because he's an Elway draft pick and John has a hard time cutting his bad draft picks (admitting he's wrong) and on the other hand, he does a lot to keep the draft picks he considers good players.

                        One example was Brock Ossweiler, say what you want, but Elway made him a very, very nice offer to keep his worthless butt on this team
                        I was thinking he would pay Simmons cause he’s earned it. Overall I don’t disagree with what you’re saying.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by peacepipe View Post

                          I was thinking he would pay Simmons cause he’s earned it. Overall I don’t disagree with what you’re saying.
                          Agreed, Simmons has earned a nice pay day

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by champhalloffamer View Post
                            I was willing to go 12m for Simmons just ahead of Kareem Jackson's 11m per year but 14m to 15m per year it would be a no from me. I would franchise tag Simmons and give his agent permission to seek a trade for a 1st or 2nd round pick. If we dont get value i would let Simmons play the year on the franchise tag and try and draft his replacement. The safety from LSU Delpit would really be tempting if he is still their at 15 if we need to replace Simmons.
                            Kareem is at 14M on the cap for 2020. He may have an AAV of 11 but next year it’s at 14.

                            you’re going to ask Simmons to take less than his older teammate for the 2020 year? Simmons agent will want the most money he can get for all the years, let alone 2020 season. Gonna need some creative contract language.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Tombstone RJ View Post
                              I think Elway will pay Simmons for one big reason--he'll pay Simmons because he's an Elway draft pick and John has a hard time cutting his bad draft picks (admitting he's wrong) and on the other hand, he does a lot to keep the draft picks he considers good players.

                              One example was Brock Ossweiler, say what you want, but Elway made him a very, very nice offer to keep his worthless butt on this team
                              Malik Roby Shaq Paradis just to name a few all played decent enough yet not even an offer. Elway doesn’t always try to keep his hand picked guys.



                              also LMAO at asking a player of his caliber to take a team friendly deal while having massive cap space.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by peacepipe View Post
                                Denver is ultimately going to give Simmons his big contract. At a minimum he’ll get what Eddie Jackson just got. Chicago just made him the highest paid safety in the NFL.

                                https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/...584m-extension Bears sign S Eddie Jackson to 4-year, $58.4M extension
                                Jackson is better than Simmons IMO and deserves more money. But Simmons agent won’t agree with that. This huge Jackson contract is why you try to get an extension before this happens. Now the agent will bring in Jackson’s contract blue prints.

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