The Professional Football Writers of America officially announced their 2017 All-NFL team on Monday.
Three Philadelphia Eagles players made the cut: Jason Kelce at center, Lane Johnson at right tackle, and Fletcher Cox at defensive tackle. No-brainer selections.
In addition to this list, three more Eagles players were named to the 2017 All-NFC team.
That roster features the aforementioned three players plus: Carson Wentz at quarterback, Zach Ertz at tight end, and Brandon Brooks at right guard.
Philadelphia’s six players on the All-NFC team tied the Los Angeles Rams with the most selections in the conference.
All of these players have had great seasons, so it’s nice to see them getting recognized for their hard work.
Here’s a recap of the honors earned by Eagles players for 2017.
Carson Wentz: Pro Bowl, AP All-Pro second team, PFWA All-NFC team
Jason Kelce: AP All-Pro first-team, PFWA All-NFL team, PFF All-Pro first-team
Lane Johnson: Pro Bowl, AP All-Pro first team, PFWA All-NFL team
Fletcher Cox: Pro Bowl, AP All-Pro second team, PFWA All-NFL team
Zach Ertz: Pro Bowl, PFWA All-NFC team
Brandon Brooks: Pro Bowl, PFWA All-NFC team
Malcolm Jenkins: Pro Bowl
Patrick Robinson: PFF All-Pro second-team
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