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Four 49ers named to NFLPA Players’ All-Pro Team

Jan 10, 2024 at 8:55 AM--

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Four San Francisco 49ers players have earned a spot on the NFLPA Players' All-Pro team, now in its second year. It's essential to note that this selection differs from the prestigious Associated Press All-Pro team, as the NFLPA's version is voted on exclusively by active NFL players.

The following four 49ers players received well-deserved recognition this year:

Notably, both Williams and Juszczyk have secured their positions on the list for the second consecutive year.

The complete Players' All-Pro Team roster is as follows:


Quarterback: Lamar Jackson (Baltimore)
Running back: Christian McCaffrey (San Francisco)
Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk (San Francisco)
Wide Receivers: CeeDee Lamb (Dallas), Tyreek Hill (Miami)
Tight End: Travis Kelce (Kansas City)
Left Tackle: Trent Williams (San Francisco)
Left Guard (tie): Joel Bitonio (Cleveland), Tyler Smith (Dallas)
Center: Jason Kelce (Philadelphia)
Right Guard: Zack Martin (Dallas)
Right Tackle: Lane Johnson (Philadelphia)


Edge Rushers: Myles Garrett (Cleveland), Max Crosby (Las Vegas)
Nose Tackle: Dexter Lawrence (New York Giants)
Interior Defensive Linemen: Chris Jones (Kansas City), Aaron Donald (Los Angeles Rams)
Off-Ball Linebackers: Roquan Smith (Baltimore), Fred Warner (San Francisco)
Cornerbacks: DaRon Bland (Dallas), Pat Surtain II (Denver)
Free Safety: Jessie Bates III (Atlanta)
Strong Safety: Kyle Hamilton (Baltimore)

Special Teams

Kick Returner: Keisean Nixon (Green Bay)
Punt Returner: Derius Davis (Los Angeles Chargers)
Core Teamers: Jalen Reeves-Maybin (Detroit), Brenden Schooler (New England)
Kicker: Brandon Aubrey (Dallas)
Punter: AJ Cole (Las Vegas)
Long snapper: Ross Matiscik (Jacksonville)

More information on the NFLPA Players' All-Pro Team can be found here.

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