On Friday, the Associated Press released the organization’s yearly NFL All-Pro list, and to the surprise of none, the Baltimore Ravens dominated it. The Ravens scored a league-best five players selected to the first-team list. The Associated Press also selected one Baltimore Raven to the second-team list. Here is a list of the Ravens selected to the AP All-Pro list, including the number of All-Pro lists previously made:
Quarterback, Lamar Jackson (0)
Left Tackle, Ronnie Stanley (0)
Cornerback, Marlon Humphrey (0)
Cornerback, Marcus Peters (2)
Kicker, Justin Tucker (4)
Right Guard, Marshal Yanda (6)
Lamar Jackson was a shoo-in for the first-team All-Pro list. The defacto league MVP garnered 47 of a possible 50 votes. Seattle Seahawks quarterback, Russell Wilson, earned three votes. Jackson’s breakout season has also earned him his first Pro Bowl trip.
Ronnie Stanley makes his first All-Pro list with 42 of 50 votes awarded. Green Bay’s David Bakhtiari finished in second place with five votes. Since being drafted in 2016, Stanley has been quietly rising to become one of the league’s best tackles. 2019 is the first year he was recognized. Like Jackson, he earned his first Pro Bowl trip as well as being included on the AP All-Pro list for the first time.
Marlon Humphrey also made his first All-Pro list for the 2019 season, a dominant pattern for half of the Ravens’ All-Pros. The 2017 first-round pick quickly emerged as a shutdown cornerback. His 2019 season was dominant, especially once paired with Marcus Peters. Humphrey received seven votes.
Marcus Peters was placed on the third All-Pro list of his young career, but his first with the Ravens. Baltimore traded backup inside linebacker, Kenny Young, and an extra fifth-round pick to acquire the controversial defensive back. Although Peters has a reputation for being reckless, he has been as close to perfect as possible during his time in Baltimore. The young star recently signed a contract extension with the Baltimore Ravens, which will keep him with the Ravens throughout 2022. Peters tied Humphrey with seven votes.
Justin Tucker makes his fourth All-Pro list since beginning his career as an undrafted signee with the Baltimore Ravens. Tucker has since become the NFL’s most accurate kicker of all time. Tucker capped off another great season in 2019. He converted on 28/29 field goals, and 57/59 extra points.
Marshal Yanda earned his seventh All-Pro recognition, driving his Hall of fame candidacy further into relevancy. The longtime Raven came close to being listed as a first-team All-Pro, but his 16 votes could not trump the 24 Dallas’ Zack Martin received.