Oct 2, 2022; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys center Tyler Biadasz (63) and guard Zack Martin (70) and wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (88) celebrate a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Washington Commanders at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Three Cowboys voted as 2022 All-Pros, two of them First Team

On Friday, The Associated Press released the 2022 NFL All-Pro Team, comprised of the best players at their respective positions from this past season. Of the players voted onto the roster, three Cowboys were selected, and it should not come as much of a surprise as to who they are. Future Hall of Fame offensive lineman Zack Martin got the nod at right guard, while linebacker Micah Parsons earned a spot as an edge rusher on the First Team. Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb made Second Team.

Zack Martin can be argued as the best and most consistent player on the Cowboys for nearly a decade. Since his nine-year career began in 2014, he has made eight Pro Bowls, only missing 2020 due to injury, and has been a First Team All-Pro six times. Martin has been one of the most consistent linemen in the league as the right guard for Dallas, and he does not look to be slowing down.

Micah Parsons quickly became one of football’s most impactful defensive players since coming into the league last season. He was a First Team All-Pro last year as a rookie, won Defensive Rookie of the Year, and was voted second for Defensive Player of the Year last season. This year, he continued to dominate, racking up 13½ sacks as he moved to a more prominent edge rushing role. Parsons is deemed by some as the best defensive player in football because of his combination of speed and strength, as well as his defensive versatility.

CeeDee Lamb emerged as the Cowboys’ clear top receiver this past season after they traded Amari Cooper to Cleveland in the offseason. Lamb has improved each year since coming into the league three years ago. This year, he seemed to find a connection with Dak Prescott catching 107 passes for 1,359 yards and nine touchdowns. Lamb finished the season incredibly strong, notching over 100 yards receiving in three of his last four games and becoming both a security blanket and big-play threat for this Dallas offense. This is Lamb’s second consecutive Pro Bowl and first All-Pro selection.

Here’s who made the 2022 NFL All-Pro Teams:



Quarterback – Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City

Running Back – Josh Jacobs, Las Vegas

Tight End – Travis Kelce, Kansas City

Wide Receivers – Justin Jefferson, Minnesota; Tyreek Hill, Miami; Davante Adams, Las Vegas

Left Tackle – Trent Williams, San Francisco

Right Tackle – Lane Johnson, Philadelphia

Left Guard – Joel Bitonio, Cleveland

Right Guard – Zack Martin, Dallas

Center – Jason Kelce, Philadelphia


Edge Rushers – Nick Bosa, San Francisco; Micah Parsons, Dallas

Interior Linemen – Chris Jones, Kansas City; Quinnen Williams, New York Jets

Linebackers – Fred Warner, San Francisco; Roquan Smith, Baltimore; Matt Milano, Buffalo

Cornerbacks – Sauce Gardner, New York Jets; Patrick Surtain II, Denver

Safeties – Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh; Talanoa Hufanga, San Francisco


Placekicker – Daniel Carlson, Las Vegas

Punter – Tommy Townsend, Kansas City

Kick Returner – Keisean Nixon, Green Bay

Punt Returner – Marcus Jones, New England

Special Teamer – Jeremy Reaves, Washington

Long Snapper – Andrew DePaola, Minnesota



Quarterback – Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia

Running Back – Nick Chubb, Cleveland

Tight End – George Kittle, San Francisco

Wide Receivers – AJ Brown, Philadelphia; Stefon Diggs, Buffalo; CeeDee Lamb, Dallas

Left Tackle – Andrew Thomas, New York Giants

Right Tackle – Tristan Wirfs, Tampa Bay

Left Guard – Joe Thuney, Kansas City

Right Guard – Chris Lindstrom, Atlanta

Center – Creed Humphrey, Kansas City


Edge Rushers – Myles Garrett, Cleveland; Haason Reddick, Philadelphia

Interior Linemen – Dexter Lawrence, New York Giants; Jeffrey Simmons, Tennessee

Linebackers – Bobby Wagner, Los Angeles Rams; CJ Mosley, New York Jets; Demario Davis, New Orleans.

Cornerbacks – Jaire Alexander, Green Bay; James Bradberry, Philadelphia

Safeties – Derwin James, Los Angeles Chargers; Justin Simmons, Denver


Placekicker – Justin Tucker, Baltimore

Punter – Ryan Stonehouse, Tennessee

Kick Returner – Kene Nwangwu, Minnesota

Punt Returner – Kalif Raymond, Detroit

Special Teamer – George Odum, San Francisco

Long Snapper – Nick Moore, Baltimore

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