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Three Ravens selected to All-AFC team in voting by Pro Football Writers of America

Three Ravens selected to All-AFC team in voting by Pro Football Writers of America
Kicker Justin Tucker was selected to the All-AFC team by the Pro Football Writers of America, along with safety Eric Weddle and punt returner Michael Campanaro. (Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun)

The Ravens didn’t have any players selected to the All-NFL team in voting conducted by the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA). However, they did land three players on the PFWA’s All-AFC squad.

Safety Eric Weddle, kicker Justin Tucker and punt returner Michael Campanaro were voted to the All-AFC team. With the three selections, the Ravens trailed only the Pittsburgh Steelers (six), the New England Patriots (four) and the Jacksonville Jaguars (four) for most players on the All-AFC team.

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Weddle finished second in the AFC with six interceptions, behind Tennessee’s Kevin Byard, who had eight and was named to the All-NFL team by the PFWA.

Tucker, who also made the team last season, finished 34-for-37 on field-goal attempts and 39-of-39 on extra-point tries. The Los Angeles Rams’ Greg Zuerlein, who made 38 out of 40 field-goal attempts and missed two of his 46 extra-point tries, was selected as the All-NFL kicker.

Campanaro led the AFC with an average of 10.8 yards per punt return. He also had a 77-yard punt return touchdown against the Chicago Bears. The Detroit Lions’ Jamal Agnew, who averaged 15.4 yards per punt return, was named the All-NFL punt returner.

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