Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and FB John Kuhn were named to the Associated Press All-Pro first team as results of the balloting were announced on Friday.
With 50 AP sportswriters casting votes, Rodgers received 44 to easily outdistance Dallas QB Tony Romo, who was the second-team selection with three votes.
It's the second time in Rodgers' career he has been named first-team All-Pro. He also earned the honor in 2011, when he also won league MVP honors. He was a second-team choice in 2012.
Kuhn received 18 votes, most for any fullback and four more than Kansas City's Anthony Sherman. This is the first time Kuhn has received first-team honors. He was a second-team pick in 2011.
G Josh Sitton and WR Jordy Nelson each finished third in the voting at their respective positions to earn second-team honors.
Sitton's 22 votes were just behind Dallas' Zack Martin's 24. Baltimore G Marshal Yanda had 38 votes to lead that position. Sitton was also a second-team choice last year.
Nelson received 15 votes, third at receiver behind Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown (49) and Dallas' Dez Bryant (24). This is the first All-Pro recognition for Nelson in his career.