A trio of former Cincinnati Bearcats took home NFL All-Pro honors this week including New York Jets second-year cornerback Sauce Gardner!
Gardner became the first cornerback since the 1970 merger to be on the Associated Press NFL All-Pro First Team during his first two seasons.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce earned NFL All-Pro recognition in recent days as well.
The Eagles veteran center continues to cement his Hall of Fame legacy after taking home NFL All-Pro accolades for a third straight season.
Cincinnati Football: Multiple former Bearcats take home NFL All-Pro honors
As the NFL Playoffs get underway on Saturday afternoon, there are multiple former Cincinnati standouts set to compete in the postseason!
Cleveland Browns running back Jerome Ford and right tackle James Hudson III take on the Houston Texans in the opening round matchup.
Ford compiled 813 rushing yards and nine total touchdowns after being promoted to the Browns starting running back in mid September.
Kelce posted 93 catches for 984 receiving yards and five touchdowns on 93 receptions en route to NFL Players Association All-Pro honors.