FRISCO, Texas – Cowboys guard Zack Martin has been named to the AP All-Pro first team, The Associated Press announced Friday.
This is Martin's sixth career All-Pro appearance, the most by a Cowboys player since former defensive end DeMarcus Ware reached his seventh career selection in 2012. Ware and Hall of Famer Larry Allen (7) are the only Cowboys players with more career selections this century.
Not bad company for Martin, who has made the Pro Bowl and All-Pro team every year since the Cowboys drafted him in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Martin started all 16 games despite a preseason back injury that sidelined him for most of training camp and limited his practice work at points this season. He has started 94 of a possible 96 games in six seasons so far.