New England Patriots QB Tom Brady leads the way on the Associated Press 2010 NFL All-Pro Team as he was an unanimous choice receiving votes from all 50 AP writers. He’s joined on the team by his teammates, guard Logan Mankins and inside linebacker Jerod Mayo.

Associated PressThis is Brady’s second time being honored as a first-team AP All-Pro. He was a second-team selection in 2005.

The AFC led the way with a total of 18 players, with nine on offense, seven on defense and two on special teams. The team with the most players from the NFC was the Chicago Bears and the Atlanta Falcon who had two selections. The Baltimore Ravens were tied with three players with the New England Patriots in the AFC.

The Patriots also put offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer, nose tackle Vince Wilfork and cornerback Devin McCourty on the AP 2010 NFL All-Pro Second Team.

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AP 2010 NFL All-Pro First Team

QB Tom Brady, New England DE Julius Peppers, Chicago
RB Arian Foster, Houston DT Haloti Ngata, Baltimore
RB Jamaal Charles, Kansas City DT Ndamukung Suh, Detroit
FB Vonta Leach, Houston DE John Abraham, Atlanta
WR Roddy White, Atlanta OLB Clay Matthews, Green Bay
WR Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis ILB Jerod Mayo, New England
OT Jake Long, Miami ILB Patrick Willis, San Francisco
OG Jahri Evans, New Orleans OLB James Harrison, Pittsburgh
C Nick Mangold, NY Jets CB Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland
OG Logan Mankins, New England CB Darelle Revis, NY Jets
OT Joe Thomas, Cleveland S Ed Reed, Baltimore
TE Jason Witten, Dallas S Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh
PK Billy Cundiff, Baltimore P Shane Lechler, Oakland
KR Devin Hester, Chicago

AP 2010 NFL All-Pro Second Team:


  • RB – Michael Turner, Atlanta Falcons; Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings
  • FB – Ovie Mughelli, Atlanta Falcons
  • WR – Brandon Lloyd, Denver Broncos; Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions; Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City Chiefs
  • TE- Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers
  • OT – Jason Peters, Philadelphia Eagles; Sebastian Vollmer, New England Patriots
  • OG – Chris Snee, NY Giants; Carl Nicks, New Orleans Saints
  • C – Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers

Since Tom Brady was an unanimous choice at QB, the slot is vacant on the second team.


  • DE – Justin Tuck, NY Giants; Osi Umenyiora, NY Giants
  • DT – Vince Wilfork, New England Patriots; Kyle Wiliams, Buffalo Bills
  • OLB – DeMarcus Ware, Dallas Cowboys; Cameron Wake, Miami Dolphins
  • ILB – Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens; Brian Urlacher, Chicago Bears
  • CB – Devin McCourty, New England Patriots; Charles Woodson, Green Bay Packers
  • S – Nick Collins, Green Bay Packers; Antrel Rolle, NY Giants; Eric Weddle, San Diego Chargers; Malcolm Jenkins, New Orleans Saints; Chris Harris, Chicago Bears; Michael Huff, Oakland Raiders; Michael Griffin, Tennessee Titans; Darren Sharper, New Orleans Saints


  • PK – David Akers, Philadelphia Eagles
  • P – Mat McBriar, Dallas Cowboys
  • KR – Leon Washington, Seattle Seahawks