“I just want to say one thing: I really appreciate this organization for the chance they gave me after New Orleans,” Snead said.
Three Ravens have been honored by the Pro Football Writers of America.
Kicker Justin Tucker was named to the All-NFL first team for the third consecutive season, tying Pro Football Hall of Famer Morten Andersen (1985-87) for the most consecutive PFWA first-team selections by a placekicker. Tucker was also voted second-team All-Pro, behind the Miami Dolphins’ Jason Sanders. It’s the fifth time Tucker has been named to the PFWA All-NFL team (2013, 2016, 2018-20).
Ravens inside linebacker Patrick Queen also earned All-Rookie Team honors. Queen, the No. 28 overall pick in the 2020 draft, started all games 16 regular-season games, totaling 106 tackles, three sacks, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
Wide receiver James Proche II was named to the All-Rookie Team as a punt returner. Proche, a sixth-round pick, was inactive for the team’s last four games (including the playoffs) but held punt-return duties for the majority of the season. He averaged 8.6 yards per return.
Despite leading all running backs in yards per carry (6.0), running back J.K. Dobbins was not named to the All-Rookie team. The Jacksonville Jaguars’ James Robinson and Indianapolis Colts’ Jonathan Taylor were named All-Rookie Team running backs.
Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert was named both 2020 Offensive Rookie of the Year and overall Rookie of the Year. Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young was named Defensive Rookie of the Year.