The Associated Press has announced its selections for the first and second All-Pro teams for the 2023 season, which comes at a time when the National Football League playoffs are scheduled to begin this weekend.
Tyreek Hill, a wide receiver with the Miami Dolphins, was one of only three player selections that were unanimously approved. Hill is the only representation of the Dolphins on the roster.
Throughout sixteen games, Hill amassed 119 catches, which equaled a record that he had established for the club in 2022, 1,799 yards, which broke a record that he had established for the franchise in 2022, and 13 touchdowns.
Even if the 29-year-old star did not break the record for receiving yards in the National Football League or become the first player in the history of the sport to ever reach 2,000 receiving yards in a single season, his year was nonetheless one to remember.
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Sewell makes the list for the first time in his career after a dominant 2023 season. While he finished as the No. 1 offensive lineman in PFF grade, it’s still a bit surprising to see him make it over second-team All-Pro Lane Johnson.
According to the Lions PR department, Sewell joins Lomas Brown as the only Lions first-team All-Pro offensive lineman since the 1970 AFL/NFL merger.
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