NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year

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The National Football League Defensive Rookie of the Year named by The Associated Press and selected annually by a national panel of sportswriters and broadcasters:

2021 – Micah Parsons, LB, Dallas

2020 – Chase Young, Edge, Washington

2019 — Nick Bosa, Edge, San Francisco

2018 — Darius Leonard, LB, Indianapolis

2017 – Marshon Lattimore, BC, New Orleans

2016 — Joey Bosa, DE, San Diego

2015 — Marcus Peters, Kansas City, BC

2014 — Aaron Donald, St. Louis, DT

2013 – Sheldon Richardson, New York Jets, DT

2012 — Luke Kuechly, Carolina, LB

2011 – Von Miller, Denver, LB

2010 – Ndamukong Suh, Detroit, DT

2009 – Brian Cushing, Houston, LB

2008 – Jerod Mayo, New England, LB

2007—Patrick Willis, San Francisco, LB

2006 – DeMeco Ryans, Houston, LB

2005 – Shawne Merriman, San Diego, LB

2004 — Jonathan Vilma, New York Jets, LB

2003 – Terrell Suggs, Baltimore, LB

2002 — Julius Peppers, Carolina, DE

2001—Kendrell Bell, Pittsburgh, LB

2000 – Brian Urlacher, Chicago, LB

1999 — Jevon Kearse, Tennessee, DE

1998 — Charles Woodson, Oakland, BC

1997—Peter Boulware, Baltimore, LB

1996 — Simeon Rice, Arizona, DE

1995 — Hugh Douglas, New York Jets, DE

1994 – Tim Bowens, Miami, T

1993 – Dana Stubblefield, San Francisco, T

1992 – Dale Carter, Kansas City, BC

1991 – Mike Croel, Denver, LB

1990 – Mark Carrier, Chicago, S

1989 – Derrick Thomas, Kansas City, LB

1988 – Erik McMillan, New York Jets, S

1987 – Shane Conlan, Buffalo, LB

1986 – John Offerdahl, Miami, LB

1985 – Duane Bickett, Indianapolis, LB

1984 — Bill Maas, Kansas City, Northwest Territories

1983 – Vernon Maxwell, Baltimore, LB

1982 – Chip Banks, Cleveland, LB

1981 – Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants, LB

1980 – Buddy Curry, Atlanta, LB, and Al Richardson, Atlanta, LB

1979 – Jim Haslett, Buffalo, LB

1978 – Al Baker, Detroit, E

1977 – AJ Duhe, Miami, T

1976 – Mike Haynes, New England, S

1975 – Robert Brazile, Houston, LB

1974 – Jack Lambert, Pittsburgh, LB

1973 – Wally Chambers, Chicago, T.

1972 — Willie Buchanon, Green Bay, BC

1971—Isiah Robertson, Los Angeles, LB

1970 – Bruce Taylor, San Francisco, BC

1969 – Joe Greene, Pittsburgh, T

1968 – Claude Humphrey, Atlanta, E

1967 – Lem Barney, Detroit, BC

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