Derrick Johnson Named To AP All-Pro Team

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson has been named to the Associated Press All-Pro Team.

It is another honor for Johnson, who also qualified for his first Pro Bowl in 2011.

The team is picked by a select group of 50 media members. Johnson received 16 votes. Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman of the 49ers also made the team at ILB.

Two other Chiefs received votes at their position but did not make the team. Tamba Hali received four votes at OLB and CB Brandon Flowers received 1.

Congratulations to DJ. Well deserved.

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