2007 All-Pro Team

The 2007 All-Pro Team is composed of the National Football League players that were named to the Associated Press, Pro Football Writers Association and Sporting News All-Pro Teams in 2007. Both first and second teams are listed for the Associated Press.

These are the current teams that historically appear in Total Football: The Official Encyclopedia of the NFL. Although the NFL has no official awards according to the NFL spokesman Greg Aiello the NFL Record and Fact Book has historically listed All-Pro teams from major news sources such as the Associated Press, Sporting News, Pro Football Writers Association, as well as teams from organizations that no longer release All-Pro teams such as Newspaper Enterprise Association and United Press International.

The AP teams are selected by a national panel of 50 NFL writers. The Pro Football Writers Association team is from a poll of its more than 300 members and the editors and writers for Pro Football Weekly. The Sporting News's All-Pro team was determined through voting by professional NFL personnel directors.

Teams

Offense
Position First team Second team
Quarterback Tom Brady, New England Patriots (AP, PFWA, SN) Brett Favre, Green Bay Packers (AP-2)
Running back LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers (AP, SN)
Brian Westbrook, Philadelphia Eagles (AP, PFWA)
Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings (AP-2)
Fred Taylor, Jacksonville Jaguars (AP-2)
Fullback Lorenzo Neal, San Diego Chargers (AP) Tony Richardson, Minnesota Vikings (AP-2)
Wide receiver Randy Moss, New England Patriots (AP, PFWA, SN)
Terrell Owens, Dallas Cowboys (AP, PFWA)
Braylon Edwards, Cleveland Browns (SN)
Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts (AP-2)
Braylon Edwards, Cleveland Browns (AP-2)
Wes Welker, New England Patriots (AP-2)
Tight end Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys (AP, SN)
Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers (PFWA)
Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City Chiefs (AP-2)
Tackle Walter Jones, Seattle Seahawks (AP, PFWA, SN)
Matt Light, New England Patriots (AP, PFWA)
Jason Peters, Buffalo Bills (SN)
Flozell Adams, Dallas Cowboys (AP-2)
Jason Peters, Buffalo Bills (AP-2)
Guard Steve Hutchinson, Minnesota Vikings (AP, PFWA, SN)
Logan Mankins, New England Patriots (PFWA, SN)
Alan Faneca, Pittsburgh Steelers (AP)
Leonard Davis, Dallas Cowboys (AP-2)
Logan Mankins, New England Patriots (AP-2)
Center Jeff Saturday, Indianapolis Colts (AP)
Andre Gurode, Dallas Cowboys (SN)
Kevin Mawae, Tennessee Titans (PFWA)
Dan Koppen, New England Patriots (AP-2)
Special teams
Position First team Second team
Kicker Rob Bironas, Tennessee Titans (AP, SN)
Kris Brown, Houston Texans (PFWA)
Phil Dawson, Cleveland Browns (AP-2)
Punter Andy Lee, San Francisco 49ers (AP)
Shane Lechler, Oakland Raiders (PFWA, SN)
Shane Lechler, Oakland Raiders (AP-2)
Kick returner Devin Hester, Chicago Bears (AP)
Leon Washington, New York Jets (PFWA)
Josh Cribbs, Cleveland Browns (SN)
Josh Cribbs, Cleveland Browns (AP-2)
Punt returner Devin Hester, Chicago Bears (PFWA, SN)
Special teams Kassim Osgood, San Diego Chargers (PFWA)
Defense
Position First team Second team
Defensive end Jared Allen, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, PFWA, SN)
Patrick Kerney, Seattle Seahawks (AP)
Mario Williams, Houston Texans (SN)
Ty Warren, New England Patriots (PFWA)
Kyle Vanden Bosch, Tennessee Titans (PFWA)
Aaron Kampman, Green Bay Packers (AP-2)
Mario Williams, Houston Texans (AP-2)
Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth, Tennessee Titans (AP, PFWA, SN)
Kevin Williams, Minnesota Vikings (AP, PFWA, SN)
Pat Williams, Minnesota Vikings (AP-2)
Vince Wilfork, New England Patriots (AP-2)
Outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware, Dallas Cowboys (AP, PFWA, SN)
Mike Vrabel, New England Patriots (AP)
Keith Bulluck, Tennessee Titans (PFWA)
James Harrison, Pittsburgh Steelers (AP-2)
Shawne Merriman, San Diego Chargers (AP-2)
Inside linebacker Patrick Willis, San Francisco 49ers (AP, PFWA, SN)
Lofa Tatupu, Seattle Seahawks (AP)
DeMeco Ryans, Houston Texans (SN)
Nick Barnett, Green Bay Packers (AP-2)
DeMeco Ryans, Houston Texans (AP-2)
Cornerback Asante Samuel, New England Patriots (AP, PFWA, SN)
Antonio Cromartie, San Diego Chargers (AP)
Champ Bailey, Denver Broncos (PFWA)
Marcus Trufant, Seattle Seahawks (SN)
Champ Bailey, Denver Broncos (AP-2)
Al Harris, Green Bay Packers (AP-2)
Safety Bob Sanders, Indianapolis Colts (AP, PFWA, SN)
Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens (AP, SN)
Sean Taylor, Washington Redskins (PFWA)
Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh Steelers (AP-2)
Darren Sharper, Minnesota Vikings (AP-2)
Sean Taylor, Washington Redskins (AP-2)

Key

  • AP = Associated Press All-Pro team
  • AP-2 = Associated Press Second-team All-Pro
  • PFWA = Pro Football Writers Association All-NFL team
  • SN = Sporting News All-Pro Team

References

2007 Green Bay Packers season

The 2007 Green Bay Packers season was the franchise's 89th overall and 87th season in the National Football League. The Packers finished the regular season with an impressive 13–3 record. They received a bye for the first round of the playoffs, won their divisional round playoff game, and lost in the NFC Championship game to the eventual Super Bowl champion New York Giants. This was the last season for quarterback Brett Favre as a Green Bay Packer.

This season also marked the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Packers' home stadium of Lambeau Field. The Packers' tenure at Lambeau, now at 59 seasons, is the longest in NFL history at a single stadium, breaking the Chicago Bears' previous record of 50 seasons at Wrigley Field (1921–1970).

Jason Witten

Christopher Jason Witten (born May 6, 1982) is an American football tight end for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL) and sports broadcaster. He played college football for the University of Tennessee, and was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the third round of the 2003 NFL Draft. His 40 yard dash time is a 4.7. Witten ranks second in all-time career receptions and receiving yards by an NFL tight end, trailing only Tony Gonzalez. Initially retiring in 2018, he became a color analyst for ESPN's Monday Night Football. Witten announced in February 2019 that he would end his retirement and play for the Cowboys in 2019.

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