Three rookies among 17 first-time selections highlight the team, including Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliottand Kansas City's Tyreek Hill, who is a unanimous choice as a punt returner.
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryanis a first-time selection. Ryanedged outNew England's Tom Brady, who was suspended for four games to start the season.
Tennessee Titans right tackle Jack Conklin is the third rookie on the roster, which was 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 these honors already as a rookie, it means a lot. I was never even All-American in college. I was never a first-team All-American. I'll never get a Buckeye tree at Ohio State. That's the one thing that I regret the most.
"Kind of seeing it come into the league and making All-Pro this rookie year, it definitely means a lot."
It's the first time since 1981 that so many first-year players made the team. Back then, it was future Hall of Famers Lawrence Taylor and Ronnie Lott and 1980 Heisman-winning running back George Rogers.
For the first time, the nationwide panel of 50 sports writers and broadcasters who regularly cover the NFL voted for specific positions on the offensive line, a flex player on offense, a fifth defensive back, a punt returner and a special-teams player.
Other first-timers include Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson (flex),Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr.(DB) and New England's Matthew Slater (special teams).
One other unanimous pick wasBaltimore Ravens place-kicker Justin Tucker.
With only seven repeat players from last season's squad, the All-Pro Team has a decidedly new flavor -- not only in alignment, but makeup. Not surprisingly, the Cowboys, who paced the NFC with a 13-3 record, have the most players selected, with five: Elliott, the league's leading rusher; linebacker Sean Lee; and offensive linemen Tyron Smith (left tackle), Travis Frederick (center) and Zack Martin (right guard).
Kansas City is next with four: Hill, tight end Travis Kelce, safety Eric Berry and cornerback Marcus Peters.
Ryan, the league's top passer (117.1 rating, 38 touchdowns, 7 interceptions), is one of three Falcons, joined by edge rusher Vic Beasley Jr., the NFL's sacks leader with 15, and wide receiver Julio Jones.
"There are so many things that don't show up on the stat sheet," Falcons coach Dan Quinn said of Ryan. "How many people he's affected on our team. He's a fantastic teammate. That's one of the highest praises you can give to a ballplayer."
Jones and Pittsburgh Steelers wideout Antonio Brown are repeat honorees from 2015, along with Berry, edge rusher Khalil Mack of theOakland Raiders, interior lineman Aaron Donald of theLos Angeles Rams, linebacker Von Miller of Denver and punter Johnny Hekker of the Rams. Also having previously made an All-Pro team: Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (2014) and Vikings kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson (2013).
"It still means a ton," said Wagner, who led the NFL in tackles. "Those things are hard to come by. I will always be appreciative of the ... All-Pros, because you look at guys who have played a long period of time at a very high level and weren't able to get them for whatever reason."
First-timers along with the three rookies are Ryan, Johnson, Kelce, Beasley, Lee, Slater, Harris, Peters, Martin, Frederick, Raiders left guard Kelechi Osemele, Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib,and New York Giants safety Landon Collins and interior lineman Damon Harrison.
Three players made the first team for the third time: Miller, Brown and Berry.
In all, 14 teams are represented.