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Lamar Jackson one of six Ravens named to AP NFL All-Pro team

Ravens' quarterback coach James Urban on always envisioning Lamar Jackson having success in the NFL.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was voted AP NFL All-Pro first team in a list released Friday by the Associated Press and voted on by its national panel of 50 media members.

Jackson, the league’s presumptive Most Valuable Player, received 47 votes. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson received the other three votes.

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“All the accolades and stuff like that, I’ll cherish that another time,” Jackson said after Friday’s practice. “I’m trying to chase something else right now.”

Left tackle Ronnie Stanley, cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters, and kicker Justin Tucker were also named to the first team. Guard Marshal Yanda was named to the second team. Outside linebacker Matthew Judon also received a vote for the All-Pro team.

The five Ravens named to the first team are a franchise record.

It means a lot individually, but I also feel like it means a lot to our team,” coach John Harbaugh said. “All those kind of awards, they’re team awards. They’re absolutely team awards. Nobody in football accomplishes anything on their own. You’re always a product of a team, your teammates. Those are the first guys to recognize that.”

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