1964 All-Pro Team

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The following is a list of players that were named to the Associated Press All-Pro Team in 1964. Players from the first and second teams are listed, with players from the first team in bold, where applicable.

Offense[edit]

Position: Players:
Quarterbacks Johnny Unitas, Baltimore Colts

Bart Starr, Green Bay Packers

Running backs Lenny Moore, Halfback, Baltimore Colts

Jim Brown, Fullback, Cleveland Browns
Bill Brown, Fullback, Minnesota Vikings
Charley Taylor, Halfback, Washington Redskins

Wide Receivers Johnny Morris, Flanker, Chicago Bears

Frank Clarke, Flanker, Dallas Cowboys
Bobby Mitchell, Flanker, Washington Redskins
Gail Cogdill, Split End, Detroit Lions

Tight Ends Mike Ditka, Chicago Bears

Pete Retzlaff, Philadelphia Eagles

Tackles Dick Schafrath, Left, Cleveland Browns

Forrest Gregg, Right, Green Bay Packers
Bob Brown, Right, Philadelphia Eagles
George Preas, Right, Baltimore Colts

Guards Jim Parker, Left, Baltimore Colts

Ken Gray, Right, St. Louis Cardinals
John Gordy, Right, Detroit Lions
Alex Sandusky, Right, Baltimore Colts

Centers Mick Tingelhoff, Minnesota Vikings

Jim Ringo, Philadelphia Eagles

Defense[edit]

Position: Players:
Defensive Ends Willie Davis, Left, Green Bay Packers

Gino Marchetti, Left, Baltimore Colts
Deacon Jones, Left, Los Angeles Rams
John Paluck, Right, Washington Redskins

Defensive Tackles Henry Jordan, Right, Green Bay Packers

Bob Lilly, Right, Dallas Cowboys
Alex Karras, Left, Detroit Lions
Merlin Olsen, Left, Los Angeles Rams

Outside Linebackers Joe Fortunato, Chicago Bears

Maxie Baughan, Philadelphia Eagles
Matt Hazeltine, San Francisco 49ers
Wayne Walker, Detroit Lions

Inside/Middle Linebackers Ray Nitschke, Green Bay Packers

Bill Pellington, Baltimore Colts

Cornerbacks Bobby Boyd, Left, Baltimore Colts

Pat Fischer, Left, St. Louis Cardinals
Herb Adderley, Left, Green Bay Packers
Dick LeBeau, Left, Detroit Lions
Bernie Parrish, Left, Cleveland Browns

Safeties Willie Wood, Left, Green Bay Packers

Paul Krause, Right, Washington Redskins
Mel Renfro, Right, Dallas Cowboys

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