The AP named their annual NFL All-Pro team on Friday, and two members of the Seattle Seahawks were named to the first team. Defensive stalwart Bobby Wagner was given the honors for the fourth time, and the third season in a row. Punter Michael Dickson was also named to the first team, earning it in his rookie season.
Joining Wagner among the linebackers on the first team is Luke Kuechly, his future running mate on the team of the 2010s, and rookie phenom Darius Leonard. For Kuechly, the first team All-Pro selection is his fifth. Dickson beat out NFC West rival Johnny Hekker for the first team, with Hekker landing on the second team.
Rounding out the Seahawks who were given All-Pro honors on Friday is left tackle Duane Brown, who was one of two tackles named to the second team (joined by the Saints’ Terron Armstead). Brown’s selection in 2018 was the third time he’s been named an All-Pro, after being named first team in 2012 and second team in 2011.
Seattle has now had three players named to the All-Pro teams in consecutive seasons, following Wagner, Earl Thomas and Tyler Lockett (both second team) in 2017.