1989 All-Pro Team - Offense

Offense

Position First Team Second Team
Quarterback Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN) Don Majkowski, Green Bay Packers (AP-2)
Jim Everett, Los Angeles Rams (NEA-2)
Running back Christian Okoye, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Thurman Thomas, Buffalo Bills (NEA)
Dalton Hilliard, New Orleans Saints (AP-2, NEA-2)
Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions (NEA-2)
Thurman Thomas, Buffalo Bills (AP-2)
Wide receiver Jerry Rice, San Francisco 49ers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Sterling Sharpe, Green Bay Packers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Andre Reed, Buffalo Bills (AP-2, NEA-2)
Webster Slaughter, Cleveland Browns (AP-2)
Mark Carrier, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NEA-2)
Tight end Keith Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Rodney Holman, Cincinnati Bengals (NEA, PFW)
Steve Jordan, Minnesota Vikings (NEA-2)
Rodney Holman, Cincinnati Bengals (AP-2)
Tackle Anthony Munoz, Cincinnati Bengals (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Jim Lachey, Washington Redskins (AP, PFW, TSN)
Gary Zimmerman, Minnesota Vikings (PFWA)
Jackie Slater, Los Angeles Rams (NEA)
Chris Hinton, Indianapolis Colts (AP-2, NEA-2)
Lomas Brown, Detroit Lions (NEA-2)
Jackie Slater, Los Angeles Rams (AP-2)
Guard Tom Newberry, Los Angeles Rams (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Bruce Matthews, Houston Oilers (AP, PFW-t, TSN)
Mike Munchak, Houston Oilers (NEA, PFWA, PFW-t)
Rich Moran, Green Bay Packers (NEA)
Max Montoya, Cincinnati Bengals (AP-2)
Tom Newberry, Los Angeles Rams (NEA-2)
Bruce Matthews, Houston Oilers (NEA-2)
Mike Munchak, Houston Oilers (AP-2)
Center Jay Hilgenberg, Chicago Bears (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW)
Kent Hull, Buffalo Bills (TSN)
Kirk Lowdermilk, Minnesota Vikings (NEA-2)
Kent Hull, Buffalo Bills (AP-2)

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