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Titans DT Jurrell Casey, CB Alterraun Verner Voted to All-Pro Second Team

Posted Jan 3, 2014

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Titans defensive tackle Jurrell Casey and cornerback Alterraun Verner received enough votes from a national media panel of 50 members to be named to the Associated Press 2013 NFL All-Pro Second Team.

Jurrell Casey and Alterraun Verner were voted to the Associated Press 2013 NFL All-Pro Team.

It is the first time either player has received the honor.

Casey, a third-year pro, led the Titans with 10.5 sacks in 15 games played and started. He missed the season finale because of a knee injury but nearly doubled the 5.5 sacks he had in his first two seasons combined.

Casey tied for 16th in the NFL in sacks and tied for second among defensive tackles. He recorded two sacks in games at Pittsburgh, at St. Louis and at Indianapolis and had 1.5 sacks against Arizona. He had a career-high 90 tackles (49 solo), and career-bests of 10 quarterback pressures and three pass deflections this season.

Verner, who received enough votes to be selected to his first Pro Bowl, led the Titans with a career-high five interceptions, tying for the AFC lead and tying for fifth in the NFL. Verner also had a career-high 26 passes defensed, nearly matching the 31 he had in his first three seasons.

The Associated Press 2013 NFL All-Pro Team as selected by a national panel of 50 media members:

Offense

Quarterback: Peyton Manning, Denver

Running Backs: LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia; Jamaal Charles, Kansas City

Fullback: Mike Tolbert, Carolina

Tight End: Jimmy Graham, New Orleans

Wide Receivers: Calvin Johnson, Detroit; Josh Gordon, Cleveland

Tackles: Joe Thomas, Cleveland; Jason Peters, Philadelphia

Guards: Louis Vasquez, Denver; Evan Mathis, Philadelphia

Center: Ryan Kalil, Carolina

Placekicker: Justin Tucker, Baltimore

Kick Returner: Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota

Defense

Ends: J.J. Watt, Houston; Robert Quinn, St. Louis

Tackles: Gerald McCoy, Tampa Bay; Ndamukong Suh, Detroit

Outside Linebackers: Robert Mathis, Indianapolis; Lavonte David, Tampa Bay

Inside Linebackers: Luke Kuechly, Carolina; NaVorro Bowman, San Francisco

Cornerbacks: Richard Sherman, Seattle; Patrick Peterson, Arizona

Safeties: Earl Thomas, Seattle; Eric Berry, Kansas City

Punter: Johnny Hekker, St. Louis

Second Team

Offense

Quarterback: None (Manning was unanimous, so no other QB received votes)

Running Backs: Adrian Peterson, Minnesota; Eddie Lacy, Green Bay

Fullback: Marcel Reece, Oakland

Tight End: Vernon Davis, San Francisco

Wide Receivers: A.J. Green, Cincinnati; Demaryius Thomas, Denver, and Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh

Tackles: Tyron Smith, Dallas; Joe Staley, San Francisco

Guards: Jahri Evans, New Orleans; Logan Mankins, New England, and Josh Sitton, Green Bay

Center: Alex Mack, Cleveland

Placekicker: Matt Prater, Denver

Kick Returner: Dexter McCluster, Kansas City

Defense

Ends: Mario Williams, Buffalo; Greg Hardy, Carolina

Tackles: Dontari Poe, Kansas City; Muhammad Wilkerson, New York Jets, Jurrell Casey, Tennessee, and Justin Smith, San Francisco

Outside Linebackers: Tamba Hali, Kansas City; Ahmad Brooks, San Francisco

Inside Linebackers: Vontaze Burfict, Cincinnati; Karlos Dansby, Arizona

Cornerbacks: Aqib Talib, New England; Joe Haden, Cleveland, and Alterraun Verner, Tennessee

Safeties: Eric Weddle, San Diego; Kam Chancellor, Seattle, Jairus Byrd, Buffalo, T.J. Ward, Cleveland, Devin McCourty, New England, and Antrel Rolle, New York Giants

Punter: Brandon Fields, Miami

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