The NFL's 2011-12 All-Pro team was released Friday, and Denver Broncos rookie linebacker Von Miller earned second-team honors after tallying 11.5 sacks in his first season. Other Broncos to earn votes but not make the NFL All-Pro team were: Chris Kuper, Champ Bailey, Elvis Dumervil, Matt Prater and Britton Colquitt.
During the regular season, Miller played in 15 games and tied the team's rookie sack record. He tallied 64 tackles (50 solo) and led Denver with 19 tackles for a loss. He was also selected as a starting linebacker for the AFC team in the 2012 Pro Bowl.
As for the Sunday's Wild-Card round opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers, they had two players, center Maurkice Pouncey and safety Troy Polamalu, who earned All-Pro First Team honors.
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