Steelers Brown, Bell, Pouncey Named To 2014 AP All-Pro Team

The 2014 Associated Press All-Pro team was announced Friday and it includes three Pittsburgh Steelers players.

Wide receiver Antonio Brown, running back Le’Veon Bell and center Maurkice Pouncey all made the All-Pro team as voted on by a nationwide panel of 50 media members who regularly cover the league.

Brown was listed on 49 of 50 ballots, while Bell made it on 44 of them. Pouncey was listed on 21.

Linebacker Lawrence Timmons earned second-team All-Pro honors.

This is the first time Brown and Bell have been named to the first team of the Associated Press All-Pro team. Last season, however, Brown did earn second-team honors.

As for Pouncey, he is now a two-time first-team All-Pro player as he received the honor once before in 2011. He also was voted second-team All-Pro in 2010 and 2012.

As far as Timmons goes, who was voted to his first Pro Bowl this season, this is the first time during his career he’s received any All-Pro votes.

  • No Big Ben???????

  • Jefferson_St_Joe

    Was Timmons 2nd team?

  • Steven Vincent

    Ben didn’t make at least 2nd team? Travesty. And I am a frequent critic of Ben’s!

  • Dom

    Ben didn’t even get one vote!

  • dan

    I’m glad Timmons is finally getting some recognition but I wonder why now? IMO he’s had much better seasons, particularly 2010. Not to say he isn’t having a great one but he’s been even better. Perhaps Patrick Willis being injured and Kuechkly regressing helped?

    edit: and I just see Kuechkly is in it so it’s just Willis being the difference

  • cp72

    And I will say it again…..three all pro offense players and not one of them older than 26.

  • westcoasteeler

    I can’t believe it!

  • Phil Brenneman II

    Yeah he was.

  • Ryan

    The media hates Ben. He could throw 50 touchdowns and no picks and would still not be all pro.

  • Paddy

    Should motivate Ben

  • Derrick Johnson

    Congratulations to Brown, Bell and Pouncey on being named to 2014 AP All-Pro Team.

  • Dan

    And every All-Pro player was drafted on Mike Tomlin’s watch.