13 former SEC players were named NFL All-Pro in 2013


‘Tis the time of the year when former SEC players are evaluated on how well their season went, and 13 former players made the NFL’s first- and second-team All-Pro.

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Peyton Manning was selected as the unanimous first-team All-Pro quarterback, and Tennessee led the All-Pro team with three Volunteers. Cordarrelle Patterson was the only rookie to be named an All-Pro player. How did Derek Dooley not give him the ball more?

Here’s a look at 12 former SEC players who made it, along with one player from Missouri who played in the Big 12:

  • Peyton Manning, QB, Denver, First Team (Tennessee)
  • Eddie Lacy, RB, Green Bay, Second Team (Alabama)
  • AJ Green, WR, Cincinnati, Second Team (Georgia)
  • Jason Peters, OT, Philadelphia, First Team (Arkansas)
  • Evan Mathis, OG, Philadelphia, First Team (Alabama)
  • Greg Hardy, DE, Carolina, Second Team (Ole Miss)
  • Justin Smith, DT, San Francisco, Second Team (Missouri in Big 12)
  • Karlos Danzby, ILB, Arizona, Second Team (Auburn)
  • Patrick Peterson, CB, Arizona, First Team (LSU)
  • Joe Haden, CB, Cleveland, Second Team (Florida)
  • Eric Berry, S, Kansas City, First Team (Tennessee)
  • Cordarrelle Patterson, KR, Minnesota, First Team (Tennessee)
  • Dexter McCluster, KR, Kansas City, Second Team (Ole Miss)

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