The official Associated Press NFL All-Pro teams have been announced and six Baltimore Ravens have graced the list.
AP First-Team All-Pro
- QB Lamar Jackson
- S Kyle Hamilton
- LB Roquan Smith
This is both Jackson’s and Smith’s second First-Team All-Pro nomination. Jackson earned his first in 2019 during his MVP season. Smith earned First-Team All-Pro in 2022 when he was traded to the Ravens. Jackson earned 45 first-place votes, the most of any quarterback this season. Smith earned the second-most votes of any linebacker with 43 first-place votes, behind only San Francisco 49ers linebacker Fred Warner, who was a unanimous selection.
This is second-year safety Kyle Hamilton’s first All-Pro, and he earned 37 first-place votes, the most of any safety.
AP Second-Team All-Pro
- LB Patrick Queen
- DT Justin Madubuike
- FB Patrick Ricard
This is Queen’s first All-Pro. He finished sixth in the voting, behind Warner, Smith, Jets’ Quincy Williams, Saints’ Demario Davis and Seahawks’ Bobby Wagner. Queen received seven first-place votes.
Ricard, though he finished second to fullback Alec Ingold in the Pro Bowl voting, finished ahead of the Miami Dolphin in All-Pro votes. Ricard placed second behind former Raven Kyle Juszczyk. This is the first time the committee has honored fullbacks and former and current Ravens graced the list.
This is Madubuike’s first All-Pro, and he narrowly was First-Team. Ahead are Rams’ Aaron Donald with 100 total points and Chiefs’ Chris Jones with 84 points. Madubuike received 79 points, four shy of being first team.