Two Eagles voted by players to NFLPA All-Pro team
A pair of Eagles were recognized for their outstanding season, bring named to the second annual Players' All-Pro team.
Starting center Jason Kelce and right tackle Lane Johnson were the teams two representatives.
The NFL Players’ Association last year began announcing an All-Pro team that’s voted on by players and both players made the team last season, as did cornerback Darius Slay.
In his age 36 season, Kelce played in every game in 2023, but he was still as dominant as ever in his 13th season.
He has been named an All-Pro on five separate occasions (2017–2019, 2021, 2022), and this is the second time he has been named by his peers. He is also a seven-time Pro Bowler, including this season.
At 33-years old, Johnson had another great season for the Eagles in his 11th NFL season. He has been named to the All-Pro team twice and is a five-time Pro Bowler, including this year.
It’s a testament to the level that both Kelce and Johnson are still playing at that their peers named them the best center and right tackle in all of football.
Both were a part of a unit that was named the best offensive line in all of football by Pro Football Focus.