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Three Browns Veterans Make the NFL All-Pro Team

Adam Taylor McKillop
Check out three veterans of the Cleveland Browns that made the 2021-22 NFL All-Pro team.
Check out three veterans of the Cleveland Browns that made the 2021-22 NFL All-Pro team. / Emilee Chinn/GettyImages
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The Cleveland Browns put together a disappointing season in which the team hovered around .500 all year long before finishing at 8-9 and on the outside of the playoffs looking in. Fortunately, this team is surrounded with a number of talented pieces to build around moving forward into the offseason.

A trio of veterans highlights some of the most talented Browns on this roster, and this trio was recognized on Friday when the NFL announced its end-of-year First and Second All-Pro teams.

NFL All-Pro Team

EDGE rusher Myles Garrett and left guard Joel Bitonio earned First-Team All-Pro recognition after phenomenal campaigns leading the defensive and offensive units, respectively.

Garrett earned his second All-Pro honors after his best season as an NFL pro. The stud EDGE rusher started in 17 games and racked up a career-high 16.0 sacks to go along with 51 combined tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 33 quarterback hits and 1 fumble recovery-TD.

Bitonio helped guide a fierce Browns rushing attack to fourth-most rushing yards per game (145.4) and seventh-most rushing touchdowns (20). The eight-year Browns left guard played every offensive snap for the fifth straight year while filling in two separate times at left tackle.

Browns All-Pro

Cleveland's other starting guard, Wyatt Teller, was also recognized for his exceptional season and was named to the All-Pro Second Team. Teller also played every offensive snap this season and just earned his first-ever Pro Bowl nomination.


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