3 Ravens named to 2021 First-Team All-Pro list

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The Baltimore Ravens saw many different players step up over the course of their 2021 season. Although the team finished the year 8-9, there were positives to take away from the season as a whole.

On Friday, the Associated Press announced the NFL’s 2021 All-Pro First-Team list, and Baltimore was represented by three players in wide receiver/punt returner Devin Duvernay, tight end Mark Andrews, and kicker Justin Tucker. It’s an incredible accomplishment for all three players, especially for Andrews and Duvernay as it’s their first time on the list, while this will be Tucker’s fifth appearance.

Duvernay was the NFL’s leading punt returner and changed the field position in many games that the Ravens played in during the 2021 season.

Andrews led all tight ends in receptions, receiving yards, and was tied for the most touchdowns at the position with Travis Kelce and Hunter Henry.

Tucker connected on 35-of-37 field goal attempts as well as hitting every extra point that he attempted. The highlight of his season when he broke the NFL record for the longest made field goal in league history with a 66-yard boot against the Detroit Lions in Week 3.