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Pair of Packers make PFF's 2021 All-Pro team

Packers Wire logo Packers Wire 1/13/2022 Zach Kruse
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Two members of the Green Bay Packers were named first-team All-Pros in 2021 by Pro Football Focus.

Record-breaking receiver Davante Adams and breakout star linebacker De’Vondre Campbell both made the team.

Adams, who finished with the top overall grade among receivers, averaged 2.82 yards per route run, ranking third among wide receivers. He finished second in the NFL in catches (123) and third in receiving yards (1,553), setting team records in both categories. His 11 touchdown catches were the fifth-most among receivers, and his seven touchdown catches from the slot were the second-most.

Campbell finished as the second-highest graded linebacker, trailing only rookie Micah Parsons, who also played on the edge. The Packers linebacker stuffed the stat sheet, tallying 53 stops, 10 pressures, two interceptions and two forced fumbles. He missed just four tackles and finished with a missed tackle percentage of 2.9, by far the best in the NFL among linebackers.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers did not make the All-Pro team. Tom Brady and Joe Burrow were the two highest-graded quarterbacks at PFF in 2021.

Both Adams and Campbell are free agents following the 2021 season.


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