The New Orleans Saints tied a league-high with four players placed on the 2019 All-NFL team. Players were chosen in voting conducted by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA).
The Saints placed wide receiver Michael Thomas, offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk, defensive end Cameron Jordan and punt returner Deonte Harris on the All-NFL team. Thomas made his second consecutive appearance on the squad.
A total of 12 players were first-time All-NFL selections, including Harris, the lone rookie.
The Baltimore Ravens were the only other team in the NFL to have as many players as New Orleans to make the PFWA All-NFL team.