Los Angeles Rams DT Aaron Donald and P Johnny Hekker have made the AP’s 2016 All-Pro First Team with LB Alec Ogletree making the Second Team.
Perhaps surprisingly, according to the vote tallies, neither Donald nor Hekker were unanimous selections. Donald received 47 votes from the 50-person panel of national media members while Hekker received 42 in a record-breaking season.
Ogletree made the All-Pro Second Team at linebacker with just a single vote as the third spot on the Second Team was shared between eight linebackers who all received one vote.
The only other Ram to receive votes was ST Chase Reynolds who received three votes as a special teams specialist, tying him for fourth in the category.
Former Rams CB Janoris Jenkins made the Second Team with 17 votes at cornerback, third most behind just Denver Broncos CB Aqib Talib and Kansas City CB Marcus Peters.
No offensive players from the Rams’ league-worst offense received any votes.