6 Jaguars received All-Pro votes, but none made the team

The Jacksonville Jaguars didn’t have any Pro Bowlers when the team was announced in December, so it wasn’t too surprising that the team had no players on the Associated Press’ All-Pro teams that were released Friday.

Only seven players in Jaguars history have earned First-Team All-Pro honors, and only Jalen Ramsey and Calais Campbell earned the distinction in the last decade.

While no Jaguars earned All-Pro honors, a handful of the team’s players received votes.

Linebacker Foye Oluokun led the way with 24 points via four first-place votes (worth three points each) and 12 second-place votes. That left Oluokun 17 points behind the New Orleans Saints’ Demario Davis for the final spot on the Second-Team All-Pro list.

The other five Jaguars who received votes were guard Brandon Scherff (six), safety Rayshawn Jenkins (six), cornerback Tyson Campbell (four), punter Logan Cooke (four), and returner Jamal Agnew (two). Scherff was the only one in the top five at his position, finishing fourth among right guards.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire