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Stevie Brown of Giants named to 'All-Joe Team'

Stevie Brown of the Giants showed in 2012 that he is a quality NFL safety, something he didn't get to show in previous stops with Indianapolis or Oakland.

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For those that don't know, USA TODAY has done an annual 'All-Joe' team for the last 21 seasons. It is a way to honor those unsung heroes (or Joe's) throughout the NFL seasons. USA TODAY picks the Joe's every year and only players who have never been named to the Pro Bowl are eligible.

New York Giants' safety Stevie Brown made the list this year.

Brown had one of his best seasons with the Giants recording eight interceptions which has him tied for second in the NFL with Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks. He also ran back those interceptions for 307 yards averaging 38 yards per pick. Brown also ended the season with 11 passes defensed. Brown became a key part of the Giants' secondary defense in 2012 along with rookie Will Hill.

Here is the rest of the roster for the 2012 All-Joe Team:

Joe Flacco - Baltimore Ravens
Colin Kaepernick - San Francisco 49ers
Alex Smith - San Francisco 49ers

Running Back:
Alfred Morris - Washington Redskins
Trent Richardson - Cleveland Browns
Stevan Ridley - New England Patriots

James Casey - Houston Texans

Wide Receiver:
Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys
Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers
Marques Colston - New Orleans Saints
Michael Crabtree - San Francisco 49ers
James Jones - Green Bay Packers
Lance Moore - New Orleans Saints

Tight End:
Dwayne Allen - Indianapolis Colts
Greg Olsen - Carolina Panthers

Offensive Tackle:
Sam Baker - Atlanta Falcons
Anthony Davis - San Francisco 49ers
Eugene Monroe - Jacksonville Jaguars
Andre Smith - Cincinnati Bengals
Eric Winston - Kansas City Chiefs

Kory Lichtensteiger - Washington Redskins
Evan Mathis - Philadelphia Eagles
Robert Turner - St. Louis Rams

John Sullivan - Minnesota Vikings
Ryan Wendell - New England Patriots

Defensive Line:
Calais Campbell - Arizona Cardinals
Chris Clemons - Seattle Seahawks
Nick Fairly - Detroit Lions
Israel Idonje - Chicago Bears
Charles Johnson - Carolina Panthers
Corey Liuget - San Diego Chargers
Chris Long - St. Louis Rams
Muhammed Wilkerson - New York Jets

Outside linebacker:
Vontaze Burfict - Cincinnati Bengals
Lavonte David - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Thomas Davis - Carolina Panthers
Wesley Woodyard - Denver Broncos

Inside Linebacker:
Luke Kuechley - Carolina Panthers
James Laurinaitis - St. Louis Rams
Lawrence Timmons - Pittsburgh Steelers
Bobby Wagner - Seattle Seahawks

Casey Hayward - Green Bay Packers
Michael Huff - Oakland Raiders
Keenan Lewis - Pittsburgh Steelers
Jason McCourty - Tennessee Titans
Richard Sherman - Seattle Seahawks

Stevie Brown - New York Giants
Reshad Jones - Miami Dolphins
Bernard Pollard - Baltimore Ravens

Leodis McKelvin - Buffalo Bills

Justin Tucker - Baltimore Ravens

Dave Zastudil - Arizona Cardinals

Bryan Bramen - Houston Texans

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