Jets’ Braxton Berrios earn All-Pro honors


Braxton Berrios has a motive for a fiesta.

While vacationing in Mexico along with his girlfriend, Sophia Culpo, the Jets kick returner discovered Friday that he had been named First-Team All-Pro by the Associated Press. Berrios led the NFL with 30.4 yards per kickoff return and took one 102 yards for a landing in a win over the Jaguars.

Culpo posted to her Instagram account a video of Berrios staring off into house with the caption, “Someone is in shock.” He additionally wrote on his Twitter account, “What an incredible honor, truly don’t have the words other than Thank you to my teammates that made this possible, couldn’t have done it without you guys!!”

Berrios obtained 27 of fifty first-place votes. He additionally obtained two first-place votes as a punt returner, however that spot went to Devin Duvernay of the Ravens. After a well-timed surge to complete the season as a receiver, Berrios will grow to be a free agent in March.

The Jets’ final First-Team All-Pro was security Jamal Adams in 2019. Maybe they’re turning into a kick returner manufacturing facility, as a result of Andre Roberts additionally earned prime honors for the Jets at that place in 2018. The Giants haven’t had an All-Pro since security Landon Collins and defensive sort out Damon Harrison have been chosen in 2016.

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