The Associated Press 2016 NFL All-Pro Team is showing off the new wave of pro football stars.
Three rookies among 17 first-time selections highlight the team, including Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliott, and Kansas City's Tyreek Hill, who is a unanimous choice as a punt returner.
Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan, edging New England's Tom Brady, who was suspended for four games, is another first-time All Pro.
Tennessee right tackle Jack Conklin is the other rookie making the revamped roster announced Friday.
“It's special,” Elliott said. “Just to be able to come into this league my first year and dominate and just play at the level I'm playing, and just kind of get...