The Giants wide receiver was the only Big Blue player that was voted onto the team.
New York Giants star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was named to the Pro Football Writers of America's All-NFC Team on Monday. Beckham was named to the All-NFC team along with Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones, who also made the All-NFL Team. Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown was the second receiver named to the All-NFL Team alongside Jones. This is the first year that Beckham was named to the PFWA All-NFC Team.
No other Giants were named to the All-NFC Team. The Carolina Panthers had the most All-NFL members, with four, as well as most All-NFC selections, with seven. The Arizona Cardinals and Dallas Cowboys had three players each named to the All-NFC team. The Washington Redskins had one selection to the All-NFC Team, left tackle Trent Williams, as did the Eagles, represented by punt returner Darren Sproles, a repeat selection from 2014.
Stephen Milewski | bigblueview.com | January 18, 2016