Jets safety Jamal Adams has been named an AP first-team All-Pro, it was announced Friday.
Adams, who was named a second-team All-Pro last season, was named to his second straight Pro Bowl earlier this season.
The star out of LSU has been the anchor of the Jets' defense over the last few seasons and was at the top of nearly every key defensive statistic for Gang Green this year.
In 14 games played in 2019, Adams led the Jets in solo tackles (61), tackles for a loss (13.5), QB hits (15) and forced fumbles (two), while coming in second in sacks (6.5) and total tackles (75).
His 6.5 sacks were the most by a DB in franchise history, while the mark was just 1.5 sacks shy of the NFL record held by Adrian Wilson.
Adams was also named the Curtis Martin team MVP in late-December, becoming the first Jet to receive the award in back-to-back years since Martin himself was named team MVP three seasons in a row.
The safety had 273 tackles, 12 sacks, 25 pass defenses and two interceptions in his first three seasons, and scored his first two career touchdowns in 2019.