The 1939 All-Pro Team consisted of American football players chosen by various selectors for the All-Pro team of the National Football League (NFL) for the 1939 NFL season. Teams were selected by, among others, the NFL coaches (NFL), Professional Football Writers Association (PFW), the United Press (UP), the International News Service (INS), Collyer's Eye (CE), and the New York Daily News (NYDN).
Players displayed in bold were consensus first-team selections. Four players were selected for the first team by all six selectors: Chicago Bears fullback Bill Osmanski; Green Bay Packers end Don Hutson; Chicago Bears tackle Joe Stydahar; and Chicago Bears guard Dan Fortmann.
|Quarterback||Parker Hall||Cleveland Rams||PFW-1, UP-1, INS-1, NYDN-1|
|Quarterback||Davey O'Brien||Philadelphia Eagles||NFL-1|
|Quarterback||Ace Parker||Brooklyn Dodgers||PFW-1, CE-1|
|Halfback||Tuffy Leemans||New York Giants||NFL-1, UP-1, INS-1, NYDN-1|
|Halfback||Andy Farkas||Washington Redskins||NFL-1, PFW-1, UP-1, CE-1, NYDN-1|
|Halfback||Frank Filchock||Washington Redskins||INS-1|
|Halfback||Lloyd Cardwell||Detroit Lions||CE-1|
|Fullback||Bill Osmanski||Chicago Bears||NFL-1, PFW-1, UP-1, INS-1, CE-1, NYDN-1|
|End||Don Hutson||Green Bay Packers||NFL-1, PFW-1, UP-1, INS-1, CE-1, NYDN-1|
|End||Jim Poole||New York Giants||NFL-1, PFW-1, UP-1, INS-1|
|End||Dick Plasman||Chicago Bears||CE-1|
|End||Bill Smith||Chicago Cardinals||CE-1|
|End||Perry Schwartz||Brooklyn Dodgers||NYDN-1|
|Tackle||Joe Stydahar||Chicago Bears||NFL-1, PFW-1, UP-1, INS-1, CE-1, NYDN-1|
|Tackle||Jim Barber||Washington Redskins||NFL-1, PFW-1, UP-1|
|Tackle||Turk Edwards||Washington Redskins||INS-1, NYDN-1|
|Tackle||Baby Ray||Green Bay Packers||CE-1|
|Guard||Dan Fortmann||Chicago Bears||NFL-1, PFW-1, UP-1, INS-1, CE-1, NYDN-1|
|Guard||Johnny Dell Isola||New York Giants||NFL-1, PFW-1, CE-1, NYDN-1|
|Guard||John Wiethe||Detroit Lions||UP-1|
|Guard||Byron Gentry||Pittsburgh Pirates||UP-1|
|Center||Mel Hein||New York Giants||NFL-1, PFW-1, UP-1, INS-1, NYDN-1|
|Center||Alex Wojciechowicz||Detroit Lions||CE-1|
Daniel John Fortmann (April 11, 1916 – May 23, 1995) was an American football player, coach, and team doctor. He played college football at Colgate University. He played in the National Football League (NFL) for the Chicago Bears as a guard from 1936 to 1943. He was selected as an All-Pro for seven consecutive years from 1937 to 1943. He was the Bears' team captain starting in 1940 and led the team to NFL championships in 1940, 1941, and 1943.
Fortmann was the line coach for the Pittsburgh Panthers football team in 1944 and in 1945 served in the United States Navy in the Pacific Ocean theater of World War II. He engaged in a medical practice in Southern California from 1946 to 1984 and was the team physician for the Los Angeles Rams from 1947 to 1963. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1965. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1983.