A stunning turnaround helped the Los Angeles Rams land an NFL-high six players on The Associated Press All-Pro team.
Running back Todd Gurley, who led the league with 2,093 yards from scrimmage and 19 touchdowns, headed the Rams' six-player contingent that included defensive lineman Aaron Donald, punter Johnny Hekker, left tackle Andrew Whitworth, kicker Greg Zuerlein and kick returner Pharoh Cooper.
Gurley finished second in the league with 1,305 yards rushing for NFC West champion Los Angeles, which will host the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday in a wild-card game after going from four wins in 2016 to 11-5 this season.
Brown, who led the league in catches (101) and receiving yards (1,533) despite missing the final two games with a calf injury, was the lone unanimous selection on the squad garnering all 50 votes.
Brown was among four Steelers to earn All-Pro honors. He was joined on the team by running back Le'Veon Bell -- a flex pick -- along with right guard David DeCastro and defensive lineman Cameron Heyward.
Three other division winners each had two players named to the team. Defensive end Calais Campbell and cornerback Jalen Ramsey represented the Jacksonville Jaguars, who went from worst to first in the AFC South.
NFC East champ Philadelphia, the top overall seed in the NFC, was represented by two offensive linemen in right tackle Lane Johnson and center Jason Kelce.
Middle linebacker Luke Kuechly and left guard Andrew Norwell gave the Carolina Panthers two selections, while the Detroit Lions also had a pair in cornerback Darius Slay and punt returner Jamal Agnew.