The Associated Press has released this year’s All-Pro team and the Cowboys are well represented.

Dallas landed five players on the team, including running back Ezekiel Elliott. Elliott led the league in rushing yards during his rookie season, making him an easy choice for this year’s honor roll. That success on the ground also helped three of the team’s offensive linemen — left tackle Tyron Smith, center Travis Frederick and right guard Zack Martin — make the club. Linebacker Sean Lee is the other Cowboy on the first team.

Elliott is also one of three rookies selected to the team. Jack Conklin of the Titans got the nod at right tackle while Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was a unanimous selection as the punt returner. The three rookies, Lee, Frederick and Martin are among 17 first-time All-Pros, which is the most since 1981.