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Two Eagles players named to PFWA 2018 All-NFL team

Well deserved.

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The Professional Football Writers of America officially announced their 2018 All-NFL team on Tuesday morning.

Two Philadelphia Eagles made the cut this season: center Jason Kelce and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox.

This marks the second year in a row both players have earned these honors. They’re obviously well deserved; Kelce and Cox are truly elite players at their positions.

In addition to this list, one more Eagles player was named to the PFWA 2018 All-NFC team: right guard Brandon Brooks. Brooks also made the PFWA 2017 All-NFC team last year.

Just another reminder that the Eagles have some of the best linemen in football.

Here’s a recap of the honors earned by Eagles players for the 2018 season.

FLETCHER COX: Pro Bowl, AP All-Pro first team, PFWA All-NFL team, PFF All-Pro first team

JASON KELCE: AP All-Pro first team, PFWA All-NFL team, PFF All-Pro first team




Isn’t it crazy how Kelce got snubbed from the Pro Bowl for the second year in a row? He’s earned the same exact honors for two straight seasons but somehow hasn’t made the Pro Bowl.

Ertz, meanwhile, made the Pro Bowl but didn’t receive any other honors despite breaking the single-season record for tight end receptions.

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