Outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and offensive guard Marshal Yanda were named first-team All-Pro in Associated Press balloting released Friday. Rookie inside linebacker C.J. Mosley made the second team.
Yanda received 38 votes out of a panel of 50 voters who regularly cover the NFL.
Dumervil, who led the Ravens with a single-season franchise record 17 sacks, received the second-most votes among outside linebackers with 13. That ranked him behind Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston, who got 47 votes after leading the league with 22 sacks.
Mosley received nine votes.
The following Ravens received votes but fell short of first-team or second-team recognition: punter Sam Koch (eight votes), kick returner Jacoby Jones (three votes), outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (one vote), fullback Kyle Juszczyk (one vote) and kicker Justin Tucker (one vote).