The New Orleans Saints had a pair of players earn Associated Press All-Pro Team honors.
Defensive back and special teams standout J.T. Gray was voted onto the first-team while linebacker Demario Davis was placed onto the second-team. The selections of Gray and Davis marks the fifth consecutive season that the Saints have had at least one All-Pro selection.
It is also marks the second time that the Saints have had at least two first-team selections in five consecutive campaigns (2009-13).
The 6-foot, 202-pound Gray was originally signed by New Orleans as an undrafted free agent out of Mississippi State in 2018. This marks the second time Gray has earned an All-Pro selection, having first earned second-team honors in 2019.
Gray set a new career-high with 19 special teams tackles (NFL-best 16 solo) to lead the entire league for special team players, playing in 16 of 17 contests.
The 6-foot-2, 248-pound Davis has been selected to the All-Pro team for the third consecutive time and third overall, earning first-team honors in 2019 and second-team honors in 2020.
In 2021, Davis led the Saints in tackles for the fourth consecutive season with 105 stops (70 solo), three sacks and seven passes defensed. Davis is only the second linebacker in Saints history, joining Joe Federspiel (1972-80), to have over 100 tackles in four consecutive seasons.