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FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: JOE HADEN - CLEVELAND BROWNS CB
Haden made his second Pro Bowl in 2014 after totaling 73 tackles, three interceptions and one forced fumble.
CLAY MATTHEWS - GREEN BAY PACKERS ROLB
Matthews had another strong season for the Packers, leading the team with 11 sacks to go with two forced fumbles and an interception.
ARIAN FOSTER - HOUSTON TEXANS RB
After battling injuries in 2013, Foster returned to have another strong season with 1,246 rushing yards and eight touchdowns.
DELANIE WALKER - TENNESSEE TITANS TE
Walker led the Titans with 63 catches for 890 yards, and also added four touchdown receptions.
COREY LIUGET - SAN DIEGO CHARGERS RE
Liuget had 57 tackles and 4.5 sacks for the Chargers, as well as two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: A.J. GREEN - CINCINNATI BENGALS WR
Despite playing in 13 games, Green led the Bengals with 69 catches, 1,041 yards and six touchdowns.
CHRIS HARRIS JR. - DENVER BRONCOS CB
Harris' 18 pass deflections were tied for fourth-most in the league, and he also added three interceptions.
J.J. WILCOX - DALLAS COWBOYS SS
Wilcox had an impressive second season for the Cowboys, racking up 74 tackles, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries.
BRANDEN OLIVER - SAN DIEGO CHARGERS RB
The undrafted rookie came out of nowhere to lead the Chargers in rushing yards with 582.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: EDDIE LACY - GREEN BAY PACKERS RB
Lacy rushed for 1,139 yards and nine touchdowns in his second season with the Packers.
JASON WITTEN - DALLAS COWBOYS TE
The ten-time Pro Bowler caught 64 passes for 703 yards and five touchdowns in 2014, and became just the third tight end in NFL history with more than 10,000 career receiving yards.
RODDY WHITE - ATLANTA FALCONS WR
White led all Falcons wide receivers with seven touchdowns, and added 80 catches for 921 yards.
TIM JENNINGS - CHICAGO BEARS CB
Jennings finished with 50 tackles and seven passes defended while adding a forced fumble and fumble recovery.
JELANI JENKINS - MIAMI DOLPHINS LB
Jenkins led the Dolphins with 110 tackles to go with 3.5 sacks and two forced fumbles.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: ANTONIO BROWN - PITTSBURGH STEELERS WR
Brown led the NFL in receptions and receiving yards while finishing second with 13 receiving touchdowns.
SHELDON RICHARDSON - NEW YORK JETS DT
Richardson broke out in his second season, making 66 tackles to go with a career-high eight sacks.
JOE FLACCO - BALTIMORE RAVENS QB
Flacco set career highs in both passing yards (3,986) and touchdowns (27) while leading the Ravens back to the postseason.
JAMEEL MCCLAIN - NEW YORK GIANTS MLB
McClain led the Giants with 116 tackles to go with 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble.
TRUMAINE JOHNSON - ST. LOUIS RAMS CB
Despite playing just nine games, Johnson led the Rams with three interceptions along with 36 tackles and six pass deflections.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: DEANDRE LEVY - DETROIT LIONS ROLB
Levy led the Lions with 151 tackles, and also added 2.5 sacks and an interception.
PAUL WORRILOW - ATLANTA FALCONS MLB
Worrilow led the Falcons with 143 tackles to go with two forced fumbles and two sacks.
WILLIAM GAY - PITTSBURGH STEELERS CB
Gay was third on the Steelers with 69 tackles, and added an impressive three interceptions that he returned for touchdowns.
KELECHI OSEMELE - BALTIMORE RAVENS LG
The former second-round pick started 14 games for the Ravens in 2014 and was one of the league's top guards.
ISAIH CROWELL - CLEVELAND BROWNS RB
Crowell finished second on the team with 607 rushing yards, and led all Browns backs with eight rushing touchdowns.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: ANDREW LUCK - INDIANAPOLIS COLTS QB
Luck was the only quarterback in the NFL to throw for 40 touchdown passes in 2014.
ALEC OGLETREE - ST. LOUIS RAMS LOLB
Led the Rams in tackles while recording four forced fumbles and two interceptions.
KENNY STILLS - NEW ORLEANS SAINTS WR
Led the Saints with 931 receiving yards.
RYAN MUNDY - CHICAGO BEARS SS
Led the Bears in solo tackles, total tackles and interceptions
CASEY HAYWARD - GREEN BAY PACKERS CB
Led the Packers in interceptions, and also recorded touchdowns with an interception and forced fumble.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: DEMARYIUS THOMAS - DENVER BRONCOS WR
Thomas had a monster season in 2014, finishing second in the NFL in both receptions (111) and receiving yards (1,619) to go with 11 touchdowns.
JUNIOR GALETTE - NEW ORLEANS SAINTS LOLB
Galette was the Saints' top pass rusher in 2014, racking up 10 sacks and three forced fumbles.
MICHAEL FLOYD - ARIZONA CARDINALS WR
Floyd had 47 catches for 841 yards last season, and also set a career high with six touchdown receptions.
CHRIS IVORY- NEW YORK JETS HB
Ivory led the Jets' rushing attack with 821 yards and six touchdowns.
SEN'DERRICK MARKS - JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS DT
Marks had a breakout season in 2014, leading the Jaguars with 8.5 sacks.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: TONY ROMO - DALLAS COWBOYS QB
Romo had perhaps the finest season of his career, posting a league-leading 113.2 QB Rating to go with 34 touchdown passes and just nine interceptions.
T.J. LANG - GREEN BAY PACKERS RG
Lang was a key cog in a Packers offensive line that helped protect NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers.
DWAYNE ALLEN - INDIANAPOLIS COLTS TE
Allen caught 29 passes for the Colts in 2014, and shared the team lead with eight touchdown receptions.
KARLOS DANSBY - CLEVELAND BROWNS MLB
Dansby was solid in his first year with the Browns, posting 93 tackles and three sacks.
JOSH NORMAN - CAROLINA PANTHERS CB
Norman enjoyed a fine season in his third year with the Panthers, forcing a fumble and nabbing a career-high two interceptions.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: MUHAMMAD WILKERSON - NEW YORK JETS DE
Led the Jets with 11 tackles for loss and 40 tackles of one-yard gain or less.
MATT RYAN - ATLANTA FALCONS QB
Finished second in the NFC with 4,694 passing yards, and also threw 28 touchdowns.
STEPHON GILMORE - BUFFALO BILLS CB
Finished second on the Bills in interceptions, and also added 46 tackles and eight pass breakups.
THEO RIDDICK - DETROIT LIONS RB
Riddick finished second on the team in yards after contact, and scored five touchdowns.
DEVON KENNARD - NEW YORK GIANTS ROLB
In just nine games, Kennard had 43 tackles, 4.5 sacks and seven tackles for loss.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: MARCELL DAREUS - BUFFALO BILLS DT
Dareus led all NFL defensive tackles with ten sacks.
MATT BRYANT - ATLANTA FALCONS K
Led the NFL with seven 50+ yard field goals, and also converted on 100% of his attempts under 50 yards.
TYRON SMITH - DALLAS COWBOYS LT
Smith allowed only two sacks while playing nearly 1,100 total snaps.
BRANDON MARSHALL - DENVER BRONCOS LOLB
Marshall led the Broncos with 113 total tackles and 11 tackles for a loss.
JOIQUE BELL - DETROIT LIONS HB
Bell led the Lions in rushing yards, rushing touchdowns, and most earned first downs.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: MARTELLUS BENNETT - CHICAGO BEARS TE
Finished second on the Bears in both receptions (90) and receiving yards (916), and added six touchdowns.
RESHAD JONES - MIAMI DOLPHINS SS
Jones finished second on the Dolphins in total tackles (80), pass breakups (seven), and interceptions (three).
JUSTIN FORSETT - BALTIMORE RAVENS RB
Forsett led the Ravens with 1,529 yards from scrimmage, and scored eight touchdowns.
NATE SOLDER - NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS LT
Solder played the most snaps among all New England linemen despite battling cancer in the offseason.
JERMAINE KEARSE - SEATTLE SEAHAWKS WR
Kearse finished second on the Seahawks in receptions (38), receiving yards (537), and first down receptions (21).
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: CONNOR BARWIN - PHILADELPHIA EAGLES OLB
Barwin led the NFC with 14.5 sacks, and also added 64 tackles and two forced fumbles.
JARED VELDHEER - ARIZONA CARDINALS LT
Veldheer played nearly 1,100 snaps in 2014 and allowed just four quarterback hits and one sack.
GEORGE ILOKA - CINCINNATI BENGALS SS
Iloka finished second on the Bengals in both pass breakups and interceptions, and also added 74 tackles.
ANDRE WILLIAMS - NEW YORK GIANTS RB
Williams led the Giants with 721 rushing yards and seven touchdowns.
BRANDON LAFELL - NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS WR
Lafell finished second on the Patriots in both touchdowns (seven) and earned first downs (50).
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: RANDALL COBB - GREEN BAY PACKERS WR
Cobb finished third in the NFL with 12 receiving touchdowns, and caught 91 passes for 1,287 yards.
RYAN TANNEHILL - MIAMI DOLPHINS QB
Tannehill finished with 4,045 yards and 27 touchdowns, as well as the league's fourth-highest completion percentage.
ROLANDO MCCLAIN - DALLAS COWBOYS MLB
McClain led the Cowboys with 10 tackles for loss, and also finished third on the team in interceptions.
SEAN SMITH - KANSAS CITY CHIEFS WR
Smith allowed a low 57 percent completion percentage when throwing in his direction, and finished fourth in the NFL with 18 pass breakups.
PAUL KRUGER - CLEVELAND BROWNS LOLB
Kruger led the Browns with 11 sacks and four forced fumbles.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: NICK MANGOLD - NEW YORK JETS C
Mangold allowed the fewest sacks and QB hits among Centers taht played more than 900 snaps.
JOHN KUHN - GREEN BAY PACKERS FB
Packers running backs averaged 4.1 YPC and scored five touchdowns when running behind Kuhn.
ERIC REID - SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS FS
Reid had an impressive rookie season with 42 tackles, seven pass deflections and three interceptions.
SIO MOORE - OAKLAND RAIDERS LOLB
Moore finished with 92 tackles and three sacks, and led the Raiders with 49 tackles that resulted in a one-yard gain or less.
LARRY DONNELL - NEW YORK GIANTS TE
Donnell finished second on the Giants with six touchdown receptions, and also added 63 catches for 623 yards.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: ERIC WEDDLE - SAN DIEGO CHARGERS FS
Weddle led the Chargers in solo tackles (91), total tackles (114), and forced fumbles (two) in 2014.
MARK INGRAM - NEW ORLEANS SAINTS RB
Ingram finished with 1,109 total yards, nine touchdowns, and 52 earned first downs.
DARYL SMITH - BALTIMORE RAVENS MLB
Smith finished second on the Ravens with 128 tackles, and also led the team in pass breakups (nine) and forced fumbles (two).
ORLANDO SCANDRICK - DALLAS COWBOYS CB
Scandrick did not allow a single touchdown in 2014, and finished second on the Cowboys in both pass breakups and interceptions.
JARED COOK - ST. LOUIS RAMS TE
Cook led the Rams with 52 receptions and finished second on the team in receiving yards (634) and receiving touchdowns (three).
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: EMMANUEL SANDERS - DENVER BRONCOS WR
Sanders finished second on the Broncos in receptions and receiving yards, while leading the team in earned first downs.
LAWRENCE TIMMONS - PITTSBURGH STEELERS MLB
Timmons led the Steelers with 132 tackles, and also added 13 QB hits and two sacks.
KEENAN LEWIS - NEW ORLEANS SAINTS CB
Lewis led New Orleans with 14 pass breakups and tied for the team lead with two interceptions.
JONATHAN HANKINS - NEW YORK GIANTS DT
Hankins finished fifth in the NFL for most sacks by a defensive tackle with seven.
COLE BEASLEY - DALLAS COWBOYS WR
Beasley caught 37 passes for 420 yards, and finished second on the Cowboys in Yards After Catch (YAC).
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: DAVID HARRIS - NEW YORK JETS MLB
Harris finished fourth in the AFC with 124 tackles while also adding six sacks and two forced fumbles.
EZEKIEL "ZIGGY" ANSAH - DETROIT LIONS DE
Ansah led the Lions with three forced fumbles, and also added 54 QB hits and 7.5 sacks.
COREY GRAHAM - BUFFALO BILLS CB
Graham oallowed just one touchdown and had one of the highest pass breakup totals in the NFL.
RUEBEN RANDLE - NEW YORK GIANTS WR
Randle hauled in 71 passes for 938 yards and three touchdowns, with 200 yards coming after contact.
LEVINE TOILOLO - ATLANTA FALCONS TE
The 6'8 tight end finished with 31 catches for 238 yards and two touchdowns, and picked up 15 first downs.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: TASHAUN GIPSON - CLEVELAND BROWNS FS
Gipson finished second in the NFL with six interceptions despite playing just 11 games.
MARCEL REECE - OAKLAND RAIDERS FB
Reece led all fullbacks in rushing yards, receiving yards, and total touchdowns.
DARIUS SLAY - DETROIT LIONS CB
Shay led Detroit with 18 pass breakups, and also added 61 tackles and two interceptions.
JORDAN MATTHEWS - PHILADELPHIA EAGLES WR
Matthews trailed only Jeremy Maclin in receptions (67), receiving yards (872), and receiving touchdowns (8) on the Eagles.
DE'ANTHONY THOMAS - KANSAS CITY CHIEFS HB
Thomas finished second in punt return yards, and also added 451 kickoff return yards on just 15 attempts (30.6 AVG).
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: T.Y. HILTON - INDIANAPOLIS COLTS WR
Led the Colts in receptions, receiving yards, and earned first downs despite missing two games.
MARTAVIS BRYANT - PITTSBURGH STEELERS WR
Bryant caught 26 passes for 549 yards and eight touchdowns in just nine games.
LAMAR MILLER – MIAMI DOLPHINS HB
Miller finished second with 5.1 YPC among running backs that played more than 600 snaps.
T. J. MCDONALD – ST. LOUIS RAMS SS
McDonald led the Rams defense with 105 tackles, nine tackles for loss, two sacks, and one interception.
KING DUNLAP – SAN DIEGO CHARGERS LT
Dunlap played in more than1,000 snaps and allowed just five QB hits and three sacks.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: ANTONIO GATES - SAN DIEGO CHARGERS TE
The veteran Gates showed no signs of slowing down, leading the Chargers in both touchdowns (12) and first downs (44).
MATTHEW STAFFORD - DETROIT LIONS QB
Stafford led the Lions to the postseason while completions 60 percent of his passes for 4,257 yards and 22 touchdowns.
T.J. WARD - DENVER BRONCOS SS
Ward finished second on the Broncos with 74 tackles to go with two sacks and two interceptions.
JOHN BROWN - ARIZONA CARDINALS WR
Brown finished second on the Cardinals in both receptions (48) and touchdowns (five).
RONALD LEARY - DALLAS COWBOYS LG
When running behind Leary, Dallas running backs averaged 5.6 yards per carry and scored seven touchdowns.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: DEVIN MCCOURTY - NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS FS
Led the Patriots in interceptions and allowed only 15 catches in his zone all season.
GOLDEN TATE - DETROIT LIONS WR
Tate led the Lions in both receptions (99) and yards (1,331), and also scored four touchdowns.
MYCHAL KENDRICKS - PHILADELPHIA EAGLES MLB
Kendricks had 83 tackles to go with four sacks, three forced fumbles and three pass deflections.
LEON HALL - CINCINNATI BENGALS CB
Hall allowed just three touchdowns all season while breaking up eight passes and grabbing an interception.
DAMON HARRISON - NEW YORK JETS DT
For player with more than 50 tackles, Harrison led the NFL with only one missed tackle.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: ALFRED MORRIS - WASHINGTON REDSKINS RB
Morris ran for 1,074 yards and eight touchdowns for the Redskins in 2014.
XAVIER RHODES - MINNESOTA VIKINGS CB
The rookie cornerback allowed just one touchdown and racked up 19 pass breakups.
ANDREW HAWKINS - CLEVELAND BROWNS WR
Hawkins led the Browns in receptions (63), receiving yards (824), and earned first downs.
CHANCE WARMACK - TENNESSEE TITANS G
Warmack played in more than 980 snaps this year and allowed only two sacks and two QB hits.
JACQUIES SMITH - TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS DE
Smith finished second on the Buccaneers in sacks with seven, trailing only Gerald McCoy.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: BRENT GRIMES - MIAMI DOLPHINS CB
Grimes finished tied for third in the NFL with five interceptions, and also led the Dolphins with 16 pass breakups.
JOHN SULLIVAN - MINNESOTA VIKINGS C
Vikings running backs averaged 4.83 YPC when running behind Sullivan.
BARRY CHURCH - DALLAS COWBOYS FS
Church led the Cowboys with 97 tackles, and also added six pass breakups, two interceptions, and two forced fumbles.
STEDMAN BAILEY - ST. LOUIS RAMS WR
Bailey finished third on the Rams with 435 receiving yards, and also added 19 first downs.
KEENAN ROBINSON - WASHINGTON REDSKINS MLB
Robinson led Washington with 109 tackles to go with two sacks and an interception.
FINAL EDITION COLLECTION REWARD: ALSHON JEFFERY - CHICAGO BEARS WR
Jeffery led the Bears in both receiving yards (1,133) and touchdowns (10).
FLETCHER COX - PHILADELHIA EAGLES DE
Cox had 61 tackles, four sacks, and three fumble recoveries for the Eagles.
DAVID BAKHTIARI - GREEN BAY PACKERS LT
The second-year lineman allowed only seven quarterback hits and six sacks in more than 1,000 snaps this season.
QUINTIN DEMPS - NEW YORK GIANTS SS
Demps led the Giants with four interceptions, and also added 57 tackles and a forced fumble.
JOHNTHAN BANKS - TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS CB
Banks led the Bucs in both pass breakups (10) and interceptions (four).
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