Khalil Mack Makes History, Raiders Lead PFWA All-AFC Team

Raiders' DE/LB Khalil Mack made history as the first player to be chosen PFWA All-NFL at two positions in the same year: defensive end and outside linebacker. This honor comes on the heels of Mack's selection as the first player to be named AP All-Pro First Team at two separate positions.

The All-NFL defense includes Mack and Houston's J.J. Watt at defensive end, Mack and St. Louis' Aaron Donald at defensive tackle, Mack and Miller at outside linebacker, Kuechly at middle linebacker, Josh Norman and Patrick Peterson at cornerback and Berry and Arizona's Tyrann Mathieu at safety.

The Raiders led all AFC teams with five All-AFC selections (including Mack at both defensive and outside linebacker).

The Raiders selected for the PFWA All-AFC team include Mack (two spots), running back Latavius Murray, center Rodney Hudson and kick returner Taiwan Jones.

**PFWA press release used for this article. *


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