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Six Eagles named to the 2022 All-Pro Team

All-Pro Eagles
All-Pro Eagles

A roster that has so thoroughly answered questions throughout the season on the way to a 14-3 record, tied with Kansas City for best in the NFL, has been recognized in a big way by the Associated Press All-Pro Team that was announced on Friday. Six Eagles were named to the team, as voted on by a national panel of 50 sportswriters and broadcasters, with center Jason Kelce and offensive tackle Lane Johnson recognized as first-team All-Pro players and four other players – cornerback James Bradberry, wide receiver A.J. Brown, quarterback Jalen Hurts, and linebacker Haason Reddick – named to the second team.

On the heels of the Pro Bowl voting that landed eight Eagles on the NFC team with another nine players listed as alternates, the All-Pro voting further validates what we've seen on the field all season: Executive Vice President/General Manager Howie Roseman did a magnificent job constructing the roster, the coaching staff has been outstanding putting the players in the right places to succeed, and the chemistry on the team has allowed the players to flourish.

Here is a look at the accomplishments of the six Eagles named to the 2022 AP All-Pro Team.

First Team

Lane Johnson
Lane Johnson

Lane Johnson, RT – Pro Bowl selection

According to Pro Football Focus, Johnson was:

• 1st among RTs in knockdown percentage (0.0%)

• Is the only RT not to allow a sack or QB hit this season

• 2nd among RTs in pass-block grade (89.7)

• 2nd among RTs in pressure percentage allowed (1.7%)

• 3rd among RTs in offensive grade (83.6)

Jason Kelce
Jason Kelce

Jason Kelce, C – Pro Bowl selection

According to Pro Football Focus, Kelce was:

• 2nd among centers in offensive grade (88.5)

• 2nd among centers in run-block grade (89.4)

• 2nd among centers in pass-block grade (82.0)

• One of only two centers not to allow a sack or QB hit (min. 400 pass-block snaps) (0.0% knockdown percentage)

Second Team

James Bradberry
James Bradberry

James Bradberry, CB

• Has third-lowest opponent passer rating (55.9) in the NFL during the 2022 season (min. 50 targets)

• Ranked third in the league in regular season with 17 passes defensed

• Started 17 games and played 98 percent of the team's defensive snaps (1,017)

• Recorded 3 interceptions for 54 return yards, including a 27-yard INT return for a touchdown at Detroit (Week 1)

A.J. Brown
A.J. Brown

A.J. Brown, WR – Pro Bowl selection

• Is one of only three WRs to record 1,400+ receiving yards (career-high and franchise-record 1,496) and 10+ receiving TDs (career-high-tying 11) this season, joining Davante Adams and Stefon Diggs

• Tied for the most games with 50+ receiving yards (14)

• 2nd among WRs in receiving TDs (11, tied)

• 2nd among WRs in yards per reception (17.0) (min. 50 rec.)

• 2nd among WRs in yards per target (10.3)

• 2nd among WRs in yards per route run (2.8)

• 2nd among WRs in yards after the catch (548)

• 3rd among WRs in 30+ yard catches (13)

• 4th among WRs in receiving yards (1,496)

Jalen Hurts
Jalen Hurts

Jalen Hurts, QB – Pro Bowl selection

• Led the Eagles to a 14-1 record (.933 winning percentage) as a starter, completing 306-of-460 (66.5%) attempts for 3,701 yards (8.0 avg.), 22 TDs, 6 INTs and a 101.6 passer rating, while also rushing for 760 yards and 13 TDs. In total, Hurts combined for 4,461 yards and 35 TDs

• Became just the fourth NFL QB since 2000 to lead his team to 14+ regular-season wins while registering 35+ total TDs and 8-or-fewer giveaways, joining Patrick Mahomes (2020), Aaron Rodgers (2011, won MVP), and Tom Brady (2010, won MVP)

• At 24 years old, became the second youngest QB in NFL history to win 14+ games, trailing only Dan Marino with Miami in 1984 (23 years old)

Below is a breakdown of Hurts' season rankings ...

• 1st in 20+ yard TDs (15) and 20+ yard passing TDs (13, tied)

• 2nd in passer rating (101.5) (min. 500 att.)

• 2nd in yards per pass attempt (8.05) (min. 500 att.)

• 2nd in rushing TDs (13, tied); 2nd-most by a QB in NFL history, behind Cam Newton in 2011 (14)

• 2nd in 20+ yard plays (59, tied)

• 3rd in yards per game (297.4)

• 3rd in TD/INT ratio (3.7) (min. 500 att.)

• 4th in total TDs (35)

Haason

Haason Reddick, LB – Pro Bowl selection

• Has been the catalyst of Philadelphia's league-leading pass rush, recording a career-high 16.0 sacks, including 5 strip sacks, with 5 FFs and 3 FRs en route to his first Pro Bowl honor

• Led the league with 5 strip sacks and ranked 2nd overall in sacks (16.0, tied)

• Among the top 10 players in total sacks, he had the fewest pass rush snaps (428) and the 2nd highest sack rate (3.7)

• Is just the third NFL player since 1999 to produce 16.0+ sacks, 5+ FFs, and 3+ FRs in a season, joining T.J. Watt (2021 Defensive Player of the Year) and Chandler Jones (2019, runner-up Defensive Player of the Year)

• His 16.0 sacks are tied for the 3rd-most by any NFL player in their first year with a team (also Derrick Burgess with Oakland in 2005), behind Shaquil Barrett with Tampa Bay in 2019 (19.5) and Bryce Paup with Buffalo in 1995 (17.5)

• Totaled the 2nd-most games with at least a half-sack (12), including 4 games with 2.0+ sacks

• Became the first NFL player to produce 10.0+ sacks in three consecutive seasons with three different teams (also Arizona and Carolina)

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