Texans’ J.J. Watt voted to fourth consecutive All-Pro team
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Texans defensive end J.J. Watt and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins were voted to The Associated Press All-Pro Team on Friday.
Watt, 26, was voted First Team All-Pro for a fourth consecutive season. He was a unanimous selection.
Hopkins, 23, was voted Second Team All-Pro by a panel of 50 members of the media.
Watt and Hopkins, who will help the Texans try to beat Kansas City in an AFC Wild-Card game today at NRG Stadium, also were voted to the Pro Bowl.
Watt has a chance to join former New York Giants outside linebacker Lawrence Taylor as the only players to win the NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award three times.
Watt has to wait until Feb. 6 to find out if he becomes a three-time winner.
Individual awards for most valuable player, defensive player, offensive player, coach, comeback player, offensive rookie and defensive rookie will not be disclosed until the NFL Honors Awards Show on Feb. 6, the night before Super Bowl L in Santa Clara, Calif. The show will be televised
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