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Four players on the Baltimore Ravens were named to the NFL's All-Pro teams.
Two players were named first-team while two others were put on the second-team for the 2012 NFL All-Pro Team. Fullback Vonta Leach was honored for his selection as the best fullback in the game and KR Jacoby Jones was given the nod as the best returner in the game, as he is the only player in NFL history to have two kickoff returns over 105 yards for TDs in one season.
Right guard Marshal Yanda and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata were placed on the All-Pro second-team. Leach had more than twice the votes as the next-best fullback and Jones had over ten times as many votes in a runaway as the returner.
The only other player on the Ravens receiving votes was safety Ed Reed, who finished sixth in the voting. Ironically, even though offensive tackle Michael Oher won the fan voting for the Pro Bowl, he neither was selected to the team after it was combined with the coaches and players votes and was not even in the top 13 players receiving votes for the All-Pro team.