Peyton Manning was the unanimous choice for the league's top QB. (Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Peyton Manning was the only unanimous choice on the Associated Press NFL All-Pro team that was announced on Friday.
He was selected on all 50 ballots of NFL media members, so there is no second-team All-Pro quarterback this season.
The 37-year-old, who set NFL records with 55 touchdown passes and 5,477 passing yards, has been selected for the first team seven times, tying Hall of Famer Otto Graham for the most by a quarterback.
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Saints tight end Jimmy Graham, who finished the regular season with 1,215 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns, and Colts linebacker Robert Mathis, who led the league with 19.5 sacks, each got 49 out of 50 votes. Eagles running back LeSean McCoy, who led the league with 1,607 rushing yards, and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, who had a league-leading eight interceptions, each got 48.
Vikings kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson was the only rookie named to the squad.
Philadelphia and Carolina each had three first-team selections, the most in the league.
The entire team can be seen here.
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