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AP All Pro Teams released: What Dolphins received votes?

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The AP All Pro Team voting results were released Friday. The Miami Dolphins did not land anyone on the list, but they did have some players receive votes.

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The AP All-Pro Team was released on Friday, and no Miami Dolphins players received the honor. Voted upon by 50 writers from the Associated Press, the All-Pro Team this year had two players unanimously receive the honor, with running back Adrian Peterson and defensive end J.J. Watt both receiving 50 votes. The list also saw, for the first time, a player named to the First Team at two positions, with the Oakland Raiders' Khalil Mack receiving 24 votes at defensive end and 17 votes at outside linebacker to earn the honor at both positions.

While no Dolphins were on the All-Pro Team this year, there were a few that showed up in the voting. Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey, who has been replaced from the all-start game due to a foot injury, finished third in center voting, behind Ryan Kalil and Travis Frederick. At defensive end, Olivier Vernon finished eighth in the voting and safety Reshad Jones finished sixth.

The full rosters are:

Offense

Position First Team Second Team
Quarterback Cam Newton, Carolina Carson Palmer, Arizona
Running back Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Todd Gurley, St. Louis
Doug Martin, Tampa Bay Devonta Freeman, Atlanta
Fullback Mike Tolbert, Carolina Patrick DiMarco, Atlanta
Tight end Rob Gronkowski, New England Greg Olsen, Carolina
Wide receiver Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Brandon Marshall, New York Jets
Julio Jones, Atlanta DeAndre Hopkins, Houston
Odell Beckham Jr, New York Giants
Tackle Joe Thomas, Cleveland Tyron Smith, Dallas
Andrew Whitworth, Cincinnati Trent Williams, Washington
Guard Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Josh Sitton, Green Bay
David DeCastro, Pittsburgh Mike Iupati, Arizona
Zach Martin, Dallas
Center Ryan Kalil, Carolina Travis Frederick, Dallas

Defense

Position First Team Second Team
Defensive end J. J. Watt, Houston Muhammad Wilkerson, New York Jets
Khalil Mack, Oakland Ezekiel Ansah, Detroit
Defensive tackle Aaron Donald, St. Louis Kawann Short, Carolina
Geno Atkins, Cincinnati Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia
Outside linebacker Khalil Mack, Oakland Jamie Collins, New England
Von Miller, Denver
Inside linebacker Luke Kuechly, Carolina Bobby Wagner, Seattle
NaVorro Bowman, San Francisco Derrick Johnson, Kansas City
Thomas Davis, Carolina
Cornerback Josh Norman, Carolina Richard Sherman, Seattle
Patrick Peterson, Arizona Chris Harris, Jr., Denver
Marcus Peters, Kansas City
Safety Tyrann Mathieu, Arizona Reggie Nelson, Cincinnati
Eric Berry, Kansas City Charles Woodson Oakland

Special Teams

Position First Team Second Team
Kicker Stephen Gostkowski, New England Dan Bailey, Dallas
Punter Johnny Hekker, St. Louis Sam Koch, Baltimore
Kick returner Tyler Lockett, Seattle Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota