Miami Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes was named to the AP's All-Pro Second Team, the Associated Press and NFL announced today. Grimes was the only Dolphins player to make it to either the First- or Second-Team. He was announced as a Pro Bowl selection last month.
Grimes finished the 2014 season with 57 tackles, 5 interceptions, 1 touchdown, and 1 forced fumble. He started all 16 games for the Dolphins, the bedrock of a secondary that was constantly rotating players at every other cornerback and safety position.
The full All-Pro rosters are:
|QB||Aaron Rodgers||Packers||DE||J.J. Watt||Texans|
|RB||DeMarco Murray||Cowboys||DE||Mario Williams||Bills|
|RB||Le'Veon Bell||Steelers||DT||Ndamukong Suh||Lions|
|FB||John Kuhn||Packers||DT||Marcell Dareus||Bills|
|TE||Rob Gronkowski||Patriots||OLB||Justin Houston||Chiefs|
|WR||Antonio Brown||Steelers||OLB||Elvis Dumervil||Ravens|
|WR||Dez Bryant||Cowboys||ILB||Luke Kuechly||Panthers|
|OT||Tyron Smith||Cowboys||ILB||Bobby Wagner||Seahawks|
|OT||Joe Thomas||Browns||CB||Darrelle Revis||Patriots|
|G||Marshal Yanda||Ravens||CB||Richard Sherman||Seahawks|
|G||Zack Martin||Cowboys||S||Earl Thomas||Seahawks|
|C||Maurkice Pouncey||Steelers||S||Eric Weddle||Chargers|
|K||Adam Vinatieri||Colts||P||Pat McAfee||Colts|
|QB||Tony Romo||Cowboys||DE||Calais Campbell||Cardinals|
|RB||Marshawn Lynch||Seahawks||DE||Fletcher Cox||Eagles|
|FB||Anthony Sherman||Chiefs||DT||Gerald McCoy||Buccaneers|
|WR||Jordy Nelson||Packers||DT||J.J. Watt||Texans|
|WR||Demaryius Thomas||Broncos||DT||Haloti Ngata||Ravens|
|OT||Andrew Whitworth||Bengals||OLB||Von Miller||Broncos|
|OT||Jason Peters||Eagles||OLB||Connor Barwin||Eagles|
|G||Josh Sitton||Packers||OLB||Clay Matthews||Packers|
|G||Kyle Long||Bears||ILB||C.J. Mosley||Ravens|
|C||Travis Frederick||Cowboys||ILB||DeAndre Levy||Lions|
|K||Stephen Gostkowski||Patriots||ILB||Lawrence Timmons||Steelers|
|KR||Darren Sproles||Eagles||CB||Chris Harris||Broncos|
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt were the only two players selected as unanimous votes at their respective positions. Watt actually received five votes at defensive tackle, good enough to land him on the Second Team at that position.
Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake was the first player off the list, having received five votes. He finished tied with Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Fletcher Cox, who was placed on the Second Team.