allots of all 50 voters.Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald gets the unique status this year of being a unanimous All-Pro. All 50 voters listed Donald on their ballots.There were 11 other players who appeared on at least 30 ballots. They were:49: Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner47: Bears linebacker Khalil Mack (Mack received 43 votes as an edge rusher and four votes as a linebacker)46: Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins45: Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes Womens Dustin Colquitt Jersey , Jets kickoff returner Andre Roberts42: Texans defensive lineman JJ Watt (Watt received 32 votes as an edge rusher and 10 votes as an interior lineman)40: Bears safety Eddie Jackson (Jackson received 37 votes as a safety and three votes as a fifth defensive back)34: Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill (Hill received 22 votes as a flex, six votes as a receiver and six votes as a special teamer. It is unknown whether any voters chose him on both offense and special teams.)33: Seahawks linebacker Luke Kuechly31: Colts guard Quenton Nelson Steven Nelson Jersey , Colts linebacker Darius LeonardHill’s total is a strange one, as the six voters who chose him as a special teamer apparently didn’t notice that he barely played on special teams in 2018. Each practice day , the Kansas City Chiefs will release an official injury report leading up to the next game. The Chiefs host the Indianapolis Colts in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs on Saturday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium.Here is the Chiefs’ second official injury report of the week:ColtsSome notesAs we noted earlier, the story of the day is that Eric Berry (heel) missed Wednesday’s practice. Dorian O’Daniel (calf/ankle) missed practice for the second day in a row. Running back Spencer Ware (hamstring) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (foot) were limited once again.As we noted earlier Womens Allen Bailey Jersey , the Colts moved safety Mike Mitchell to injured reserve. He will not play on Saturday.Five Colts did not practice, including wide receiver T.Y. Hilton and safety Malik Hooker. Wide receiver Ryan Grant and defensive end Tyquan Lewis missed the Colts’ wild card game against the Houston Texans and haven’t practice this week.