Left guard Joel Bitonio and defensive end Myles Garrett were first-team selections, while right guard Wyatt Teller earned a second-team nod. Bitonio played every snap on offense for the fifth consecutive season, even filling in at left tackle against the Las Vegas Raiders and Green Bay Packers, and helped the Browns finish fourth in the NFL in rushing yards with an average of 145.4 yards per game, according to clevelandbrowns.com.
Teller joined Bitonio in playing every snap on offense this season, and his second-team selection comes on the heels of Teller being selected to his first Pro Bowl.
The 2021 First-Team All-Pro Defense! pic. This season he finished with 16 sacks, beating defensive end Reggie Camp’s official franchise record for sacks in a single season, and coming within a half-sack of tying defensive end Bill Glass’ actual record of 16.5 sacks, which was set in 1965.
Despite having solid seasons, both running back Nick Chubb and cornerback Denzel Ward failed to receive even a single vote at their respective positions.