Russell Wilson is second team, and Bobby Wagner is first team. It’s the first time for Wilson and a rather ridiculous fifth time for Wagner.
☑️ Become #Seahawks all-time leading tackler— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) January 3, 2020
☑️ Lead the @NFL in tackles
☑️ Sixth Pro Bowl Selection
☑️ Nominee for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award
☑️ Fifth first-team @AP All-Pro honors
☑️ THE BEST LINEBACKER IN FOOTBALL@Bwagz#WPMOYChallenge Wagner pic.twitter.com/YLtitBzgbR
The full All-Pro list can be found at NFL.com here.
Fans may also notice Richard Sherman sitting there at Second-Team All-Pro. This is a massive blow to the San Francisco 49ers’ cap space. John Gilbert has highlighted the potential problems for the Niners now that Sherman is playing at a high level once again, and this should be an interesting development for them next season.
That makes three members of the 2013-14 Super Bowl Seahawks who are All-Pro this season, albeit one on a divisional rival.
Congratulations and well-deserved respect to both Bobby Wagner and Russell Wilson!