NBCSports.com's preseason NFL All-Pro team -- By Evan Silva
Garrett Hartley, Saints
The beneficiary of New Orleans' juggernaut offense, Hartley will receive as many opportunities as any kicker in the league. And he'll make 'em. Hartley has missed just two of his 24 field-goal tries through two seasons, and the job is all his with John Carney gone.
Shane Lechler, Raiders
The best punter in the league, bar none. Lechler excels in all areas -- total yardage, net yardage, and directional punting. He's the highest paid punter in the league, and it's a deserved distinction.
Ted Ginn Jr., 49ers
The 49ers acquired Ginn from Miami this offseason, and will smartly play to his strengths. He's a natural kickoff returner and deep-threat receiver. Now a situational player on offense, Ginn will be able to hone his return skills for the new NFC West favorites.
Blake Costanzo, Browns
A bit player on defense, Costanzo won't have trouble making the Browns' 53-man roster because he's a turnover-maker in kickoff coverage. In addition to a team-high 14 special teams tackles last season, Costanzo forced two fumbles and recovered three more.