LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and retired Chargers safety Eric Weddle were selected to the NFL’s 2010s all-decade team Monday.
The 28-year-old Donald was one of only eight players who were unanimous selections, which included the likes of quarterback Tom Brady, running back Adrian Peterson and defensive end J.J. Watt.READ MORE: Suspected Corona Movie Theater Shooter, Joseph Jimenez, Reportedly Confesses
Donald, a two-time defensive player of the year, has been selected to five straight All-Pro first teams dating back to 2015.
The 35-year-old Weddle spent the final season of his career with the Rams before retiring this past February. However, for the first nine years of his career he was a mainstay on the Chargers defense prior to their move to L.A.READ MORE: No Apology From Department After 5-Year-Old Boy Bitten By South Pasadena Police K9 Tuesday At National Night Out Event
“Great group of men right here! Humbled by this,” Weddle tweeted Monday.
The all-decade team was picked by the NFL Hall of Fame’s 48-member selection committee.
On the offensive side, some other notable names who made the list were quarterback Aaron Rodgers — who was picked over Drew Brees — wide receivers Julio Jones and Calvin Johnson, and running backs Marshawn Lynch and Frank Gore.MORE NEWS: Street Racing Likely To Blame For Deadly Burbank Wreck That Killed 3 Bystanders
On the defensive side were three current and former Seattle Seahawks who made up the notorious Legion of Boom: Earl Thomas, Richard Sherman and Bobby Wagner.