The Associated Press’ All-Pro team has been released, and once again, the Baltimore Ravens have left their mark on the first-team.
Three Ravens have been named to this year’s All-Pro Team– defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and fullback Vonta Leach.
Ngata, 27, has now been selected four straight years as an All-Pro (second-team in ’08 and ’09 and first-team in ’10).
Meanwhile, Leach made his second straight All-Pro team, and along with Ngata, they are just two of seven players to have made the team in consecutive years.
As for Suggs, this is his first time being voted as a first-team All-Pro.
There were also three Ravens who were named to the All-Pro second-team: running back Ray Rice, right guard Marshal Yanda and safety Ed Reed.
The Ravens had the second-most players named to the first team, trailing the 49ers, who had five.