The Associated Press voted three members of the Green Bay Packers on the 2021 NFL All-Pro team: quarterback Aaron Rodgers, receiver Davante Adams and linebacker De’Vondre Campbell.
And all three are first-team selections, arguably the highest individual honor for a player in a given season.
Rodgers, a first-teamer for the second straight season, received 34 of the 50 possible votes at quarterback. Tom Brady received the other 16. With first-team All-Pro often mirroring AP voting for major awards, Rodgers appears to be a strong favorite to win NFL MVP. This is his fourth first-team All-Pro selection.
Rodgers tossed 37 touchdown passes and just four interceptions while leading the NFL in passer rating.
Adams, also a first-team selection for the second consecutive season, was a unanimous pick at wide receiver, receiving all 50 votes. He is joined at receiver by Cooper Kupp and Deebo Samuel.
Adams broke team records for receptions (123) and receiving yards (1,553).
Campbell made his first-ever All-Pro team after stuffing the stat sheet for the Packers as an impact inside linebacker in 2021. He received the third-most votes (18), trailing Micah Parsons and Darius Leonard.
Campbell delivered 146 total tackles and missed just four tackle attempts.
Defensive lineman Kenny Clark also received two All-Pro votes, but two wasn’t enough for second-team consideration.