Despite just four wins to their name and a current head coaching vacancy, the Associated Press thought enough of the Cleveland Browns’ roster to name five players to their annual All-Pro list. Three members of the team’s offensive unit were on the list including two first-teamers in wide-receiver Josh Gordon and tackle Joe Thomas. Center Alex Mack was named to the second-team. Gordon finished the season as the NFL’s leading receiver with 1,646 yards to go with 89 catches and nine touchdowns.
On the defensive side of the ball it was the secondary that got the love with cornerback Joe Haden and safety T.J. Ward, each making the second-team. Haden had over 50 tackles on the season and is quickly becoming one of the league’s best young shutdown corners. He finished with four interceptions, returning one of those for a touchdown.
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