The 2003 All-Pro Team is composed of the National Football League players that were named to the Associated Press, Pro Football Writers Association, and The Sporting News All-Pro Teams in 2003. Both first and second teams are listed for the AP team. These are the three teams that are included in Total Football II: The Official Encyclopedia of the National Football League. In 2003 the Pro Football Writers Association and Pro Football Weekly combined their All-pro teams, a practice with continues through 2008.


Position First Team Second Team
Quarterback Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts (AP, PFWA, TSN) Steve McNair, Tennessee Titans (AP-2)
Running back Priest Holmes, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, PFWA, TSN )
Jamal Lewis, Baltimore Ravens (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Brian Westbrook, Philadelphia Eagles (PFWA)
Deuce McAllister, New Orleans Saints (PFWA)
LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers (AP-2)
Fred Beasley, San Francisco 49ers (AP-2)
Wide receiver Torry Holt, St. Louis Rams (AP, PFWA, TSN )
Randy Moss, Minnesota Vikings (AP, PFWA)
Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis Colts (TSN)
Chad Johnson, Cincinnati Bengals (AP-2)
Hines Ward, Pittsburgh Steelers (AP-2t)
Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis Colts (AP-2t)
Tight end Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, PFWA, TSN) Todd Heap, Baltimore Ravens (AP-2)
Tackle Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore Ravens (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Willie Roaf, Kansas City Chiefs (AP-t, PFWA)
Orlando Pace, St. Louis Rams (AP-t, TSN)
Kyle Turley, St. Louis Rams (AP-2)
Willie Anderson, Cincinnati Bengals (AP-2)
Guard Steve Hutchinson, Seattle Seahawks (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Will Shields, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Alan Faneca, Pittsburgh Steelers (AP-2)
Marco Rivera, Green Bay Packers (AP-2)
Center Tom Nalen, Denver Broncos (AP, PFWA)
Matt Birk, Minnesota Vikings (TSN)
Matt Birk, Minnesota Vikings (AP-2)


Position First Team Second Team
Defensive end Michael Strahan, New York Giants (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Leonard Little, St. Louis Rams (AP, PFWA)
Simeon Rice, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (TSN)
Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts (AP-2)
Simeon Rice, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (AP-2)
Defensive tackle Kris Jenkins, Carolina Panthers (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Richard Seymour, New England Patriots (AP, PFWA, TSN)
La'Roi Glover, Dallas Cowboys (AP-2)
Marcus Stroud, Jacksonville Jaguars (AP-2)
Inside linebacker Ray Lewis, Baltimore Ravens (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Zach Thomas, Miami Dolphins (AP)
Dat Nguyen, Dallas Cowboys (AP-2)
Tedy Bruschi, New England Patriots (AP-2)
Outside linebacker Julian Peterson, San Francisco 49ers (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Keith Bulluck, Tennessee Titans, (AP, PFWA)
Derrick Brooks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (TSN),
Takeo Spikes, Buffalo Bills, (PFWA)
LaVar Arrington, Washington (AP-2)
Derrick Brooks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (AP-2)
Cornerback Ty Law, New England Patriots (AP, PFWA)
Chris McAlister, Baltimore Ravens (AP, PFWA)
Patrick Surtain, Miami Dolphins (TSN)
Champ Bailey, Washington Redskins (TSN)
Dre Bly, Detroit Lions (PFWA)
Patrick Surtain, Miami Dolphins (AP-2)
Champ Bailey, Washington Redskins (AP-2)
Safety Roy Williams, Dallas Cowboys (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens (PFWA, TSN)
Rodney Harrison, New England Patriots (AP)
Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens (AP-2)
Tony Parrish, San Francisco 49ers (AP-2)

Special teamsEdit

Position First Team Second Team
Kicker Mike Vanderjagt, Indianapolis Colts (AP, PFWA, TSN) Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis Rams (AP-2)
Punter Shane Lechler, Oakland Raiders (AP, PFWA)
Todd Sauerbrun, Carolina Panthers (TSN)
Todd Sauerbrun, Carolina Panthers (AP-2)
Kick Returner Dante Hall, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, PFWA)
Jerry Azumah, Chicago Bears (TSN)
Jerry Azumah, Chicago Bears (AP-2)
Punt Returner Dante Hall, Kansas City Chiefs (PFWA, TSN)
Special Teams Alex Bannister, Seattle Seahawks (PFWA)
Adalius Thomas, Baltimore Ravens (PFWA)


  • AP = Associated Press All-Pro team
  • AP-2 = Associated Press Second-team All-Pro
  • PFWA = Pro Football Writers Association/Pro Football Weekly All-Pro team
  • TSN = The Sporting News All-Pro Team


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