There’s no higher praise than the respect and recognition from your peers and Denver Broncos cornerback Patrick Surtain II has been named to the NFLPA’s All-Pro Team for the second consecutive season.

NFL Players vote Patrick Surtain as All-Pro

For the second year in a row, Broncos cornerback Patrick Surtain II has been named to the NFLPA’s All-Pro Team. There will still be an Associated Press All-Pro list that will come out, but rather than media voting on the player selections, the NFLPA had players vote.

What’s unique about this level of voting is that players have to vote on the positions they go up against and the position group they play for. For Surtain to be chosen a second time is impressive.

Wide receivers and cornerbacks voted for Surtain, which is the ultimate mark of respect for the Broncos third-year cornerback.

Surtain turned in another impressive season that not only has him receiving the NFLPA All-Pro, but he’s off to his second consecutive NFL Pro Bowl Games as well. Could an Associated Press All-Pro be the trifecta here soon?

He was also the recipient of the PFWA Denver Chapter’s Demaryius Thomas Team MVP Award.

While this season didn’t end how the Broncos or Surtain had hoped for, he turned in yet another impressive campaign on the field. He finished the season with a career-high 69 tackles, 12 passes defensed, and one interception. He appeared in and started all 17 games for the Broncos this season.

As he prepares for his fourth season in 2024, the Broncos are keeping in mind that he will be up for a contract extension soon. While they aren’t necessarily looking into that right now, the organization has indicated that they want to keep him around for a long time.

“We’re all big fans of [CB] Pat [Surtain] II,” GM George Paton said. “I think [Head Coach] Sean [Payton] said it. We’re going to have a big meeting in a couple weeks and go through the entire roster, Pat included. We want Pat here for a long time, but I’m not prepared to make any statements on anything moving forward.”