Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Cornerback Cortland Finnegan and left tackle Michael Roos were first time choices, and center Kevin Mawae, who's elbow injury will hold him out of Saturdays Ravens-Titans playoff game, received the honor for the third time.
"Wow. I don't know if you can put that into words," Finnegan told the AP. "That's a goal guys want to obtain in their years of playing football. That's the best of the best. That's humbling to ever think you could be voted on for that. I didn't look at that as a goal this year."
The selections of Finnegan and Roos are particularly impressive for the Titans, who locked up both young players with long-term contracts in 2008. It also speaks well of the franchise's ability to find top talent outside of the tops schools and conferences. Both were picked under a front office run by GM Floyd Reese, now an ESPN analyst.
Finnegan was a seventh round draft pick out of Samford in 2006 and helped the team bounce back from the Pacman Jones disaster. Roos was a second-rounder in 2005 out of Eastern Washington, who got a hearty pre-draft endorsement from Mike Munchak, the Titans offensive line coach who's a Pro Football Hall of Famer.
The Titans matched the Minnesota Vikings for the most All Pros.
"It's always a tremendous honor to be mentioned as one of the top guys in the league," Johnson said in a release from the Texans. "When you go out and play and perform well, good things happen. This is another good thing that's happened for me."
Others from the division who got votes: Houston defensive end Mario Williams (8), Indianapolis defensive end Dwight Freeney (4), Tennessee kicker Rob Bironas (3), Tennessee right tackle David Stewart (3), Indianapolis tight end Dallas Clark (2), Indianapolis center Jeff Saturday (2).
Here's a complete position-by-position list of votes.