NEW YORK -- Dan Marino is among five Miami Dolphins and cornerbacks Mike Haynes and Lester Hayes lead a group of six Los Angeles Raiders named to he 1984 UPI American Football Conference All-Star team Tuesday.
Marino, who set an NFL record with 48 touchdown passes and 5,084 passing yards, is joined by wide receiver Mark Duper, guard Ed Newman, center Dwight Stephenson and punter Reggie Roby on the team.
The other Raiders on the first team are running back Marcus Allen and tackle Henry Lawrence on offense and end Howie Long and outside linebacker Rod Martin on defense.
The team is selected in voting by 56 writers, four in each AFC city.
Marino was the leading vote-getter on the team with 53. Going into Monday night's game against Dallas, he had completed 362 of 564 passes (64 percent) with 17 interceptions.
Completing the offensive unit are wide receiver John Stallworth of Pittsburgh, tight end Ozzie Newsome of Cleveland, tackle Anthony Munoz of Cinciannati, guard John Hannah of New England, running back Freeman McNeil of New York and kicker Norm Johnson of Seattle.
Rounding out the defense are end Mark Gastineau of New York, nose tackle Joe Nash of Seattle, outside linebacker Mike Merriweather of Pittsburgh, inside linebackers Steve Nelson of New England and Tom Cousineau of Cleveland, and safeties Kenny Easley of Seattle and Deron Cherry of Kansas City.
Marino, Newman, Stephenson, Hannah and Munoz are repeaters from last year on offense. Defensive repeaters are Hayes, Martin, Gastineau, Cousineau, Easley and Cherry.
Newsome was the AFC's leading receiver, with 89 catches for 1,001 yards. Stallworth had the best season of his 11-year career with 80 receptions worth 1,395 yards and 11 touchdowns. Duper took 71 catches for 1,306 yards and eight touchdowns. Allen finished second in the AFC in rushing with 1,168 yards on 275 carries, added 64 catches for 758 yards and finished with 18 touchdowns. McNeil set a team-record with 1,073 yards rushing despite being limited to 229 carries because of injuries.
Johnson drilled 20 of 24 field goal tries to finish second in the AFC with 109 points.
The AFC defensive team boasts the league's sack and interception leader. Gastineau finished with 22 sacks and Easley picked off 10 passes.
Merriweather had 15 sacks to top NFL linebackers. Cherry had eight interceptions.
Martin led the Raiders with 11 sacks and finished second with 118 tackles. Long had 56 tackles, and Haynes 51 on the Raiders' vicious defense.
Roby averaged 44.7 per punt with a conference-high net average of 38.0.
The second team offense consists of wide receivers Steve Largent of Seattle and Mark Clayton of Miami; tight end Todd Christensen of Los Angeles; tackles Brian Holloway of New England and John Giesler of Miami; guards Mike Munchak, of Houston and Roy Foster of Miami; center Mike Webster of Pittsburgh; quarterback Dave Krieg of Seattle; running backs Earnest Jackson of San Diego and Sammy Winder of Denver; and kicker Gary Anderson of Pittsburgh.
The second-team defense consists of ends Art Still of Kansas City and Jeff Bryant of Seattle; tackle Bob Baumhower of Miami, outside linebackers Andre Tippett of New England and Tom Jackson of Denver, inside linebackers Robin Cole of Pittsburgh and Matt Millen of Los Angeles; cornerbacks Louis Wright of Denver and Dave Brown of Seattle; safeties Dennis Smith of Denver and Vann McElroy of Los Angeles and punter Rohn Stark of Indianapolis. for 6 a.m.