The Browns had three players voted to the All-NFL team by the Football Writers of America, tying them for the league high.
Defensive end Myles Garrett and left guard Joel Bitonio were selected for the second straight year, and running back Nick Chubb made the team for the first time. The voting results were announced Monday.
Garrett and Bitonio had previously been chosen as All-Pros. And all three were picked for the Pro Bowl.
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Chubb made the PFWA All-AFC team for the third straight year, while Garrett and Bitonio made it for the second year in a row.
The Packers, Ravens, Cowboys and Rams also had three All-NFL selections.
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