The 2009 NFL All-Pro team was announced today.
According to the Associated Press, Titans running back Chris Johnson was the only unanimous selection to this year’s team.
The Minnesota Vikings led the way with four players making the team (Jared Allen, Kevin Williams, Adrian Peterson and Steve Hutchinson), while the Indianapolis Colts finished second, with three (Peyton Manning, Dallas Clark and Dwight Freeney).
Teams without a member on the All-Pro team include the New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars, Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers.
In all, there were 27 NFL players selected (15 AFC, 12 NFC).
Here’s a complete list of who made the 2009 All-Pro team:
Quarterback: Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts)
Running Back: Chris Johnson (Tennesse Titans), Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings)
Fullback: Leonard Weaver (Philadelphia Eagles)
Wide Receiver: Wes Welker (New England Patriots), Andre Johnson (Houston Texans)
Tight End: Dallas Clark (Indianapolis Colts)
Center: Nick Mangold (New York Jets)
Guard: Jahri Evans (New Orleans Saints), Steve Hutchinson (Minnesota Vikings)
Tackle: Ryan Clady (Denver Broncos), Joe Thomas (Cleveland Browns)
Defensive End: Jared Allen (Minnesota Vikings), Dwight Freeney (Indianapolis Colts)
Defensive Tackle: Kevin Williams (Minnesota Vikings), Jay Ratliff (Dallas Cowboys)
Inside Linebacker: Patrick Willis (San Francisco 49ers), Ray Lewis (Baltimore Ravens)
Outside Linebacker: DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys), Elvis Dumervil (Denver Broncos)
Cornerback: Charles Woodson (Green Bay Packers), Darrelle Revis (New York Jets)
Safety: Adrian Wilson (Arizona Cardinals), Darren Sharper (New Orleans Saints)
Punter: Shane Lechler (Oakland Raiders)
Placekicker: Nate Kaeding (San Diego Chargers)
Kick Returner: Josh Cribbs (Cleveland Browns)
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