After an 11-6 season in which the Philadelphia Eagles reached the NFL Playoffs for the sixth time in the last seven years, four players are being honored for this play this season by the Associated Press.

The AP All-Pro Teams is one of the best gauges for who are the best players in the NFL that season and is an important asset for a player's resume when they are being discussed for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  Plus, many people have bonuses built into their contracts if they receive an AP All-Pro Team selection.  There are approximately 200 voters who ballots are collected at the end of the NFL season with first-place and second-place votes weighted for more value in the voting process.

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Eagles Center Jason Kelce is the only Philadelphia player on the AP NFL All-Pro First Team for the 2023 NFL season.  This is the sixth All-Pro First Team selection for Kelce, tying him with Chuck Bednarik and Reggie White for the most in Philadelphia Eagles Franchise History.

Three Philadelphia players earned AP Second Team All-Pro Team selections:

*Eagles Wide Receiver AJ Brown earned his second AP All-Pro Second Team Selection after a season where he finished with the fifth most Receiving Yards in the NFL (1456) and the third most Receiving Touchdowns (11)

*Eagles Right Tackle Lane Johnson has been voted to his fourth AP All-Pro Team, with 2023 NFL season marking the second time he has been voted to the All-Pro Second Team.  He was a First Team All-Pro in 2017 and 2022 while his first Second Team All-Pro selection was in 2021.

*Eagles Kicker Jake Elliott has earned his the first AP All-Pro selection of his NFL career, becoming a member of the 2023 AP All-Pro Second team.  Elliott earned three NFC Special Teams Player of the Week awards this season and finished the year with the sixth-best Field Goal Percentage in the league (93.75%).

Where to watch Eagles Games in Atlantic and Cape May Counties

If you are an Eagles fan, you want to cheer on your team with your fellow Philly Sports Fans! So for those who love to sing "Fly Eagles Eagles" and chant E-A-G-L-E-S, here are some places in Atlantic and Cape May Counties where you can watch the game at

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