Packers Corey Linsley, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Named to PFWA ALL-Rookie Team

Packers draft pick Ha Ha Clinton Dix named to ALL-Rookie Team

The Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA) announced their ALL-NFL Rookie awards today.

The Green Bay Packers rookies named were Center Corey Linsley, their 5th round pick and safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, their first round pick.


2014 PFWA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: WR Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants
2014 PFWA OFFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: WR Odell Beckham, Jr., New York Giants
2014 PFWA DEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: DT Aaron Donald, St. Louis Rams

QB – Teddy Bridgewater, Minnesota Vikings
RB – Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati Bengals; Tre Mason, St. Louis Rams
WR – Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants; Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
TE – Jace Amaro, New York Jets
C – Corey Linsley, Green Bay Packers
G – Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns; Zach Martin, Dallas Cowboys
T – Taylor Lewan, Tennessee Titans; Ja’Wuan James, Miami Dolphins
DL – Aaron Donald, St. Louis Rams; Timmy Jernigan, Baltimore Ravens; Kony Ealy, Carolina Panthers; Justin Ellis, Oakland Raiders
LB – Chris Borland, San Francisco 49ers; Khalil Mack, Oakland Raiders; C.J. Mosley, Baltimore Ravens
CB – Kyle Fuller, Chicago Bears; E.J. Gaines, St. Louis Rams
S – Deone Bucannon, Arizona Cardinals; Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Green Bay Packers
Special Teams
PK – Cody Parkey, Philadelphia Eagles
P – Pat O’Donnell, Chicago Bears
KR – Jarvis Landry, Miami Dolphins
PR – De’Anthony Thomas, Kansas City Chiefs
ST – Trey Burton, Philadelphia Eagles


ABOUT THE PFWA: The Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA) is the official voice of pro football writers, promoting and fighting for access to NFL personnel to best serve the public. The PFWA is made up of accredited writers who cover the NFL and the 32 teams on a daily basis. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s D. Orlando Ledbetter, who covers the Atlanta Falcons, is the organization’s president for 2013-15, while’s Jeff Legwold, who covers the Denver Broncos, is the PFWA’s first vice-president and long-time national writer Dan Pompei is the organization’s second vice-president. Follow the PFWA at and on Twitter at @PFWAwriters.


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8 thoughts on “Packers Corey Linsley, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Named to PFWA ALL-Rookie Team

  1. Congratulations to Linsley and Dix for earning this honor. Great job by both. We would not have gotten this far into the playoffs without their contributions this season. A great job by TT in draft which also included R. Rodgers and D. Adams. And we have yet to see J. Janis, C. Hubbard or Abbrededis take the field yet. In 2-3 seasons we may be looking back at one of the greatest Packer draft classes of all time. Go Pack Go! Thanks, Since ’61

    1. I agree Since’ 61. We got huge contributions from those two. Almost pro bowl level help. Throw in the others who are also starting to catch fire and it’s no wonder we’ll be in the super bowl after we defeat Seattle on Sunday.

  2. 2013 is shaping up to be a gem of a draft for the Packers personnel department. And Viking/Bear trolls say this is a team in decline.. lol.. such hate…

  3. As much as you gotta love the high draft picks, Linsley has been a real gem. He stepped in and has done nothing but perform. I love his run blocking

  4. Mike Holmgren on why Packers lost to the Seahawks in the 1st game of season and how to correct that.

    Why Boykin is playing instead of Janis:

    Of course the same coaching staff and MM think that Brad Jones is just fine so take it FWIW. Janis agrees for the record but what is he supposed to say. Some here have said Janis needs seasoning and the scouts say he was a little raw. He has the speed, size, etc just needs experience and maybe he beats out Boykin next year just as Davante Adams has beat out Boykin this year. IF Janis becomes a star that was a monster draft.

    1. If anything Janis is our kickoff returner next season and probably our no. 4 or 5 receiver. He’ll have the edge on the rest because he will or should know the special teams ahead of the others.

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