Saints special teams ace J.T. Gray named first-team All-Pro

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JT Gray
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New Orleans Saints special teams ace J.T. Gray has earned first team All-Pro honors from the Associated Press, consisting of 50 voting members. The 2021 All-Pro team was announced Friday.

Gray received 18 votes to easily outdistance Matthew Slater of New England, who received 10 votes.

Demario Davis received 10 votes, finishing tied for fourth among voting for linebackers. Marcus Williams received three votes, tied for seventh among safeties. Marshon Lattimore received one vote, tied for fifth among cornerbacks.

Associated Press NFL All-Pro Team

QB Aaron Rodgers GB
RB Jonathan Taylor IND
TE Mark Andrews BAL
WR Davante Adams GB
WR Cooper Kupp LAR
WR Deebo Samuel SF
LT Trent Williams SF
RT Tristan Wirfs TB
LG Joel Bitonio CLE
RG Zack Martin DAL
C Jason Kelce PHI

EDGE Myles Garrett CLE
DL Aaron Donald LAR
DL Cam Heyward PIT
LB Darius Leonard IND
LB Micah Parsons DAL
LB De’Vondre Campbell GB
CB Trevon Diggs DAL
CB Jalen Ramsey LAR
S Kevin Byard TEN
S Jordan Poyer BUF

PK Justin Tucker BAL
P A.J. Cole LV
KR Braxton Berrios NYJ
PR Devin Duvernay BAL
ST J.T. Gray NO
LS Luke Rhodes IND

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