New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham and Indianapolis Colts defensive end Robert Mathis both drew 49 of the 50 votes, while Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman both received 48 votes.
Click here to see the full roster of First-Team and Second-Team AP All Pro selections for the 2013 season.
Here is other news from Friday that you may have missed:
The 2014 NFL Draft is still four months away, which makes it entirely unsurprising that Houston Texans owner Bob McNair says the team isn't ruling out a trade of the team's No. 1 overall selection. Following a 2-14 season, the Texans earned the rights to the top pick, but are open to moving back in the draft order. Teddy Bridgewater is considered the favorite by most to be the first player selected in May, which means that the Texans could potentially dangle the Louisville quarterback as bait for a team looking to move up.
Former Minnesota Vikings kicker Chris Kluwe wrote a harsh criticism of his final season with the team that was published on Deadspin on Thursday, calling Leslie Frazier and Rick Spielman cowards, and Vikings special teams coach Mike Priefer a bigot. The Vikings addressed these allegations in a statement on Friday, calling the circumstances of Kluwe's released "inaccurate and inconsistent with team policy."
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in the process of tearing down and building back up the coaching staff and front office, beginning with the addition of Lovie Smith as head coach. Next up is the addition of a general manager, and Chris Ballard of the Kansas City Chiefs is reportedly the early front-runner. The longtime Bears scout joined the Chiefs in 2013, taking over as the team's director of pro personnel.