Tom Brady unanimous selection to AP NFL All-Pro team

The individual awards continue to roll in for members of the New England Patriots.

Tom Brady was a unanimous selection for The Associated Press 2010 NFL All-Pro team which was released today. Linebacker Jerod Mayo and offensive lineman Logan Mankins were also selected to the team.

A nationwide panel of 50 media members who cover the NFL vote on the NFL All-Pro team.

Brady ended the regular season with 11 straight starts without an interception, which was an NFL record. He also set an NFL record for 339 consecutive pass attempts without an interception, which was snapped in the first quarter of the divisional playoff game against the New York Jets.

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Mayo led the NFL with 193 tackles in the regular season. He is the first Patriots player since Lawyer Milloy (1997-2001) to have three consecutive seasons with 100 tackles.

Mankins was selected to his third Pro Bowl this season after he started nine games and strengthened the offensive line.

There were also three Patriots selected to the All-Pro second team, including tackle Sebastian Vollmer, nose tackle Vince Wilfork, and rookie corner back Devin McCourty.

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