Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and cornerback Jalen Ramsey were both named to the Associated Press’s 2020 NFL all-pro team roster on Friday. Both were on the first team and Donald was one of two unanimous selections, the other being Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
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It is Donald’s sixth straight season as a first team all-pro. He has been named to the Pro Bowl in all seven of his NFL seasons. Donald recorded 13.5 sacks, the second-most of his career, as well as four forced fumbles, 27 QB hits and 14 tackles for a loss. Most importantly, Donald led the Rams to having the league’s top-ranked defense in points and yards allowed, elevating the players around him to a higher level once again.
Ramsey is a first team all-pro for the second time, also being named to the roster in 2017 when the Jacksonville Jaguars had the NFL’s best pass defense. Though he only recorded one interception for the second year in a row, Ramsey consistently locked down some of the NFL’s best receivers, including twice each against DeAndre Hopkins and DK Metcalf, both of whom were on the second team.
When Stefon Diggs — a first team all-pro who led the league in catches and yards — faced the Rams, he had four catches on six targets for 49 yards and a touchdown. It was the fewest times that Josh Allen targeted Diggs in a game all season.
No other Rams made the first or second team.