By Tim Graham
Not a bad week at all for Buffalo Bills kick returner Leodis McKelvin.
USA Football named him to its annual All-Fundamentals team Monday. Today, he made the Pro Football Weekly/Professional Football Writers of America All-NFL team as the punt returner.
McKelvin was the only Bills player on either honorary roster.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski of Amherst was chosen for All-NFL team. Former Bills running back Marshawn Lynch was chosen along with Minnesota Vikings marvel Adrian Peterson.
McKelvin is a free agent and could be a tricky player to re-sign. The 11th overall pick of the 2008 draft started at cornerback only when others were hurt, but he said on locker-cleanout day last week that he still views himself as more than a return man and wants a chance to be a regular cornerback again.
His value as a return man is significant. He led the NFL with an 18.7-yard average on punts and had two touchdowns. His 28.3-yard average on kickoffs was among the league leaders.