Justin Tucker named first-team All-Pro

January, 3, 2014
Jan 3
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker was named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press on Friday.

He was the Ravens' lone representative on the All-Pro team. That's the fewest players the Ravens have had on either the first or second team since 2007, when safety Ed Reed was the only Baltimore player represented.

In his second NFL season, Tucker set Ravens records for field goals (38) and points (140) in a season. His 38 field goals tied New England's Stephen Gostkowski for most in the league this season, and his 92.7 percent success rate ranked sixth.

Tucker is the third Ravens kicker to be named first-team All-Pro, joining Matt Stover (2000) and Billy Cundiff (2010).

Last year, the Ravens had three players on the All-Pro teams: fullback Vonta Leach (first team), returner Jacoby Jones (first team) and guard Marshal Yanda (second team).

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter



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