The Associated Press voted Lamar Jackson, Ronnie Stanley, Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters and Justin Tucker to their All-Pro First Team. Marshal Yanda was named All-Pro Second Team.
The Ravens five First-Team selections and six overall are the highest total in the NFL.
Five of the six players have spent their entire career in Baltimore.
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Lamar Jackson received 47/50 First Team votes, with Russell Wilson being the only other passer to receive votes.
Stephon Gilmore and Michael Thomas were the only unanimous selections.
This marks the most All-Pro selections in team history. In 2003 the Ravens had Ray Lewis, Jonathan Ogden, Jamal Lewis and Chris McAlister selected as First Team All-Pros.
Marlon Humphrey, Lamar Jackson and Ronnie Stanley are first time selections.
Marcus Peters notched his second selection, preceded in 2016 during his second season in the NFL.
Peters was selected to both the First Team as a “DB” and Second Team as a “Cornerback” alongside Richard Sherman.
Marshal Yanda was named to his eighth All-Pro team with his sixth Second Team selection.
Justin Tucker was selected to his fifth All-Pro team with his fourth First Team selection. Tucker has notched back to back First Team nods, while Yanda has been on the Second Team each of the last few seasons.