A member of the All-Pro team is distinguished from a Pro Bowler in several ways. The NFL’s All-Pro team is chosen by the Associated Press (AP), the Pro Football Writers Association (PFWA), and Sporting News (SN). Players are chosen by a small group of NFL writers and broadcasters rather than by the general public. The AP’s NFL All-Pro Team for 2021 features five players who were unanimously selected.
The Associated Press selects five NFL players for the All-Pro Team in a unanimous vote.
The 50-member panel chose 11 First Team Offense players, 11 First Team Defense players, and 6 First Team Special Teams players. The panel unanimously selected five of those players for the team.
#5 – Cooper Kupp, wide receiver, Los Angeles Rams