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Shreveport native Tre’Davious White named to NFL All-Pro Team

Former Green Oaks Giant and LSU Tiger

The 2019 AP All-Pros revealed: Here is the complete list of NFL players to make first and second teams. But first, congratulations to Shreveport’s Tre’Davious White. White is a former Green Oaks Giant and LSU Tiger. He plays for the Buffalo Bills, and he’s pretty good at what he does.

2019 NFL first-team All-Pros 


Quarterback: Lamar Jackson, Ravens

Running back: Christian McCaffrey, Panthers

Tight end: George Kittle, 49ers

Receivers: Michael Thomas, Saints; DeAndre Hopkins, Texans

Flex: Christian McCaffrey, Panthers

Left tackle: Ronnie Stanley, Ravens

Right tackle:  Ryan Ramczyk, Saints

Left guard:  Quenton Nelson, Colts

Right guard:  Zack Martin, Cowboys

Center:  Jason Kelce, Eagles


Edge rushers:  Chandler Jones, Cardinals; T.J. Watt, Steelers

Interior linemen:  Aaron Donald, Rams; Cam Heyward, Steelers

Linebackers:  Bobby Wagner, Seahawks; Demario Davis, Saints; Eric Kendricks, Vikings

Cornerbacks:  Stephon Gilmore, Patriots; Tre’Davious White, Bills

Safeties:  Jamal Adams, Jets; Minkah Fitzpatrick, Steelers

Defensive Backs:  Marcus Peters, Ravens; Tyrann Mathieu, Chiefs; Marlon Humphrey, Ravens

Special teams

Placekicker:  Justin Tucker, Ravens

Punter:  Brett Kern, Titans

Kick Returner: Cordarrelle Patterson, Bears

Punt Returner:  Deonte Harris, Saints

Special Teamer:  Matthew Slater, Patriots


2019 NFL second-team All-Pros


Quarterback:  Russell Wilson, Seahawks

Running back:  Derrick Henry, Titans

Tight end: Travis Kelce, Chiefs

Receivers: Julio Jones, Falcons; Chris Godwin, Buccaneers

Flex: Derrick Henry, Titans

Left tackle: David Bakhtiari, Packers

Right tackle: Mitchell Schwartz, Chiefs

Left guard: Joel Bitonio, Browns; Joe Thuney, Patriots

Right guard: Marshal Yanda, Ravens

Center: Rodney Hudson, Raiders


Edge rushers: Shaq Barrett, Buccaneers; Cameron Jordan, Saints

Interior linemen:  Grady Jarrett, Falcons; DeForest Buckner, 49ers

Linebackers: Luke Kuechly, Panthers; Darius Leonard, Colts; T.J. Watt, Steelers

Cornerbacks: Richard Sherman, 49ers; Marcus Peters, Ravens

Safeties: Justin Simmons, Broncos; Tyrann Mathieu, Chiefs

Special teams

Placekicker: Josh Lambo, Jaguars

Punter: Tress Way, Redskins

Kicker returner: Mecole Hardman, Chiefs

Punt returner: Diontae Johnson, Steelers

Jackson, who was selected to his first Pro Bowl in December, is the front-runner to win the NFL’s MVP award, an honor that will be announced on the eve of Super BowlLIV.



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