Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt were the only two unanimous picks on the Associated Press All-Pro team.
Peyton Manning is the first-team quarterback, while Aaron Rodgers was the second-team pick.
Peterson and Marshawn Lynch are the first-team running backs, while Alfred Morris and Jamaal Charles are the second-team backs. Fullbacks are first-teamer Vonta Leach and second-teamer Jerome Felton.
At wide receiver are Calvin Johnson and Brandon Marshall. Second team picks are A.J. Green and Andre Johnson. Tony Gonzalez of Atlanta is the first-team tight end, backed up by Jason Witten.
Offensive tackles include first-teamers Duane Brown and Ryan Clady with Joe Thomas and Joe Staley as second-teamers.
Guards are Mike Iupati, Jahri Evans on the first team with Marshal Yanda and Logan Mankins on secod-team.
The center is Max Unger with Maurkice Pouncey the second-team pick.
On defense, Watt and Miami's Cameron Wake are the ends, backed up by Justin Smith and Julius Peppers.
Defensive tackles on the first-team are Geno Atkins and Vince Wilfork with Justin Smith, Haloti Ngata,
Ndamukong Suh as second-teamers.
At outside linebackers are starters Von Miller and Aldon Smith with Chad Greenway, Ahmad Brooks, Clay Matthews, DeMarcus Ware as second-team picks.
Inside linebackers include first teamers Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman with Daryl Washington and
London Fletcher on second-team.
First-team cornerbacks are Richard Sherman and Charles Tillman. Second teamers are
Champ Bailey and Tim Jennings.
Sherman's Seattle teammate Earl Thomas is a first-team safety along with Dashon Goldson. Eric Weddle and Jairus Byrd are backups.
Minnesota rookie Blair Walsh is the first team kicker, with Phil Dawson as the second-teamer.
Jacoby Jones (first team) and David Wilson are the kick returners, while Andy Lee and Thomas Morstead are the punters.
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