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The following is a list of players that were named to the Associated Press All-Pro Team in 1962. Players from the first and second teams are listed, with players from the first team in bold, where applicable.


Position Players
Quarterbacks Y. A. Tittle, New York

Bart Starr, Green Bay

Running backs Jim Taylor, Green Bay

Don Perkins, Dallas
Dick Bass, Los Angeles
Jim Brown, Cleveland
John David Crow, St. Louis
John Henry Johnson, Pittsburgh

Wide Receivers Bobby Mitchell, Washington

Del Shofner, New York
Gail Cogdill, Detroit
Tommy McDonald, Philadelphia
Sonny Randle, St. Louis

Tight Ends Ron Kramer, Green Bay

Mike Ditka, Chicago

Tackles Forrest Gregg, Green Bay

Rosey Brown, New York
Jack Stroud, New York
Mike McCormack, Cleveland
Bob St. Clair, San Francisco

Guards Jerry Kramer, Green Bay

Jim Parker, Baltimore
Jim Ray Smith, Cleveland
Fuzzy Thurston, Green Bay
Harley Sewell, Detroit
Mike Sandusky, Pittsburgh

Centers Jim Ringo, Green Bay

Ray Wietecha, New York
Buzz Nutter, Pittsburgh

Position Players
Defensive Ends Gino Marchetti, Baltimore

Willie Davis, Green Bay
Jim Katcavage, New York
Doug Atkins, Chicago
Bill Glass, Cleveland
Andy Robustelli, New York

Defensive Tackles Roger Brown, Detroit

Henry Jordan, Green Bay
Alex Karras, Detroit
Bob Toneff, Washington
Bob Gain, Cleveland
Leo Nomellini, San Francisco

Outside Linebackers Bill Forester, Green Bay

Dan Currie, Green Bay
Galen Fiss, Cleveland
Joe Fortunato, Chicago
Bill Pellington, Baltimore

Inside Linebackers Joe Schmidt, Detroit

Matt Hazeltine, San Francisco
Ray Nitschke, Green Bay

Cornerbacks Night Train Lane, Detroit

Herb Adderly, Green Bay
Abe Woodson, San Francisco
Erich Barnes, New York
Jimmy Hill, St. Louis

Safety Yale Lary, Detroit

Jimmy Patton, New York
Willie Wood, Green Bay
Richie Petitbon, Chicago
Don Burroughs, Philadelphia
Clendon Thomas, Pittsburgh

Special teams
Position Players
Kickers Lou Michaels, Pittsburgh
Punters Boyd Dowler, Green Bay