Bakhtiari and Gregg are the only two players who have dealt with the Packers in the past 60 years to receive the All-Pro First Team Honors. Bakhtiari was also voted for the third time in the Pro Bowl last month after playing 758 attack shots over 12 early this season. He was placed in the injured reserve last week due to a knee injury that ended the season.
Adams, who received 49 first place votes, is the first Packers recipient to receive an All-Pro rating since Antonio Freeman in 1998. Last season, Pro Bowler quadrupled the Stirling Sharp franchise record for one season of receptions (115) and tied With Sharpe at TD’s one-season receptions the team made 18 despite only playing in 14 games.
Adams, who had a team spike of 1,374 yards in 2020, is the first player in NFL history to score over 100 receptions and receive 18+ TDs in a single season. He led the NFL in receiving TDs, receiving yards per game (98.1) and receptions per game (8.2), becoming the first NFL player to lead the league in all three categories since Sharpe in 1992.
Linsley also made his debut on the All-Pro 1st team. His first place votes were 18 more than Ryan Kelly, the second-team player, from Indianapolis. The pro in Year 7 started all 13 matches in which he appeared in center and helped the Packers draw for second place in the NFL in bags allowed (21), the fourth lowest number by the Packers in a 16-game season. He was a valuable member of a streak that allowed single- or bag-less bags in the top 13 league matches, and tied for most team history matches (2004), including four bagless matches, the most by Green Bay since 2008 (four).
Smith started all 16 competitions and tied for fourth in the NFL with 12 bags and third with the four compulsory best failures of his career (mostly by the Packers defender since LB Julius Peppers scored four in 2014).
Pro Bowler twice also led Green Bay and ranked top 10 among NFL players in QB strikes (23, sec) and loss tackles (12, tied for sixth).
Alexander is the first Packers defensive player to receive All-Pro recognition since Ha Clinton-Dix. The Zawiya back for the third year started all 15 matches in which he participated and led the team with 13 defensive passes. He also earned his first Pro Bowl nod this season after scoring 49 tackles (39 singles), sacks, interceptions and forced trips.
Left goalkeeper Elgton Jenkins, Adrian Amos and kicker Mason Crosby also received All-Pro votes.