Thomas, Gordon are first-team AP All-Pros
The awards keep coming for Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon and left tackle Joe Thomas.
After being named to the Pro Bowl last week, both players were selected to the first team Associated Press All-Pro squad.
Gordon is paired with Calvin Johnson of Detroit as the wide receivers and Thomas is paired with Jason Peters of the Eagles as the two tackles.
Last week, Thomas was selected for the seventh time in as many seasons to the Pro Bowl, while Gordon was selected for this first Pro Bowl. Thomas has not missed a game or a snap since being the third overall selection of the 2007 NFL Draft.
Gordon led the NFL in receiving yardage with 1,646 on 87 receptions and nine touchdowns. He had seven 100-yard receiving games, including two 200-yard games. His 18.9-yard average per catch led the NFL. Gordon just finished his second season.
The Browns had three players named to the second team in cornerback Joe Haden, safety T.J. Ward and center Alex Mack. Haden and Mack were named to the Pro Bowl, while Ward was named as a first alternate to the Pro Bowl.
Haden had 60 tackles with 21 passes broken up and four interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown. Haden finished his 4th season and was named to his first Pro Bowl.
Mack has not missed a snap since he was drafted by the Browns in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft.
Ward finished second on the team with 129 tackles with nine passes broken up, two interceptions, two sacks and a fumble recovery. Ward scored two touchdowns, one on an interception and one on a fumble return.
Tight end Jordan Cameron, who was named to his first Pro Bowl was the only Browns player that made the Pro Bowl but not the All-Pro team. Ward and Mack could become unrestricted free agents in March if they are not re-signed by the Browns.