Five former SEC players made the 2016 Associated Press All-Pro Team this season, including two each from Alabama and Tennessee.
Representing Alabama, Atlanta wide receiver Julio Jones made his second straight All-Pro team while New York Giants safety Landon Collins made his first.
For Tennessee, safety Eric Berry made it for the third time and the second year in a row. Minnesota’s Cordarelle Patterson made it as a kick returner.
Meanwhile, former Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller earned his third career All-Pro nod for the Denver Broncos.
Jones was second in the NFL in receiving yards with 1,409 to go with 6 receiving touchdowns. Collins was tied for fifth in the league with 5 interceptions.
Berry had four interceptions and returned two for touchdowns. Patterson led the league in average yards per kick return (31.7) and returned one for a score.
Miller was second in the league in sacks (13.5) and added 3 forced fumbles and 3 passes defensed.