Two members of the Kansas City Chiefs landed on the second-annual NFL Players Association All-Pro team on Wednesday as tight end Travis Kelce and defensive tackle Chris Jones each checked in on the all-star squad.
This particular honor, which is also called the Players' All-Pro Team, is unique in that it is exclusively voted on by the players themselves. Players – who cannot vote for themselves or their teammates – only vote on the position that they play or line up against, creating a list that allows for true peer-to-peer recognition.
Kelce and Jones have each made the team in both years of the NFLPA All-Pro team's existence, joining 12 other players that have appeared on the squad in each of its two years. Kelce is back on the team after catching 93 passes for 984 yards and five touchdowns in 2023. Jones, meanwhile, racked up 10.5 sacks and 75 pressures, the latter of which ranked second among all interior linemen.
Both players played a critical role in securing an eighth-straight AFC West championship for Kansas City in 2023, and now with the playoffs nearly underway, they'll each aim to lead the Chiefs on another postseason run.
For a look at the entire NFLPA All-Pro team, click here.