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No Arizona Cardinals named AP First, Second-Team All-Pro

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The Associated Press have released their 2023 All-Pro teams after the NFL regular season concluded, but not one player from the Arizona Cardinals cracked either list.

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A group of 50 national media members casted their votes for a combined First-Team and Second-Team, two rosters consisting of who they believe are the best players at each position in the NFL this year.

Arizona went 4-13 on the season and have been eliminated from the playoffs, but bright spots on the roster like James Conner, Trey McBride and Matt Prater were not named.

Prater converted 28-of-33 field goal attempts (84.8%) and made 22-0f-23 extra point opportunities. Brandon Aubrey (Dallas Cowboys) and Jake Elliott (Philadelphia Eagles) were the kickers selected instead.

James Conner rushed for 1040 yards, collected 1205 total offensive yards and nine touchdowns. For the first time in his career, he ran for 1000+ yards.

McBride had 81 receptions for 825 yards and three touchdowns. Sam LaPorta (Detroit Lions) and George Kittle (49ers) get the nods at tight end.

ASU alum Brandon Aiyuk made the cut on the Second-Team for San Francisco at wide receiver. He scored seven touchdowns and gathered 75 receptions for 1342 yards.

If you want to look at who was selected by the AP, CLICK HERE.

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Alec Cipollini is a reporter of the Arizona Coyotes and Cardinals for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on his X account @AlecCipollini

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