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AP 2023 NFL All-Pro team features four Eagles players

One Eagles veteran earned first-team honors, and three were named to the second-team.

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Post-season honors are starting to roll in for 2023, and despite some uneven team performances, the Eagles had no shortage of talent. The AP announced their 2023 NFL All-Pro team: Jason Kelce earned his sixth first-team nod, while Lane Johnson, A.J. Brown, and Jake Elliott were named to the second-team.

Johnson came in behind Lions’ Penei Sewell for the first-team right tackle spot, and Brown was behind Tyreek Hill, CeeDee Lamb, and Amon-Ra St. Brown. Elliott came in behind Brandon Aubrey — who hadn’t missed a field goal all season until Week 18 against the Commanders — for placekicker.

All four of these guys were also recently voted to the Pro Bowl, with Elliott being named an alternate (behind Aubrey). Additionally, Kelce and Johnson earned first-team All-Pro honors by the NFLPA earlier in the week.

Kelce earning all of these honors is not at all surprising, and as a six-time All-Pro, has almost assuredly locked in his spot as a first-ballot Hall of Famer when it comes time.

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