Detroit Lions Frank Ragnow and Jack Fox named to the All-Pro 2nd team by AP

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Detroit Lions center Frank Ragnow and punter Jack Fox have been named to the All-Pro 2nd team by Associated Press.

This is Ragnow’s third season in the NFL and he has been a starter all three seasons, the first at left guard and the last two at center. Fox spent his rookie season split between the Kansas City Chiefs and Lions practice squads, but in his first year on the active roster, he dominated on a weekly basis.

This is the next in a long list of offseason recognitions for Ragnow and Fox. While this is the first time pair have been acknowledged with an All-Pro recognition, they are also both headed to the 2021 Pro Bowl (along with teammate T.J. Hockenson), and Fox was also honored on PFF’s 1st team All-Pro team.

Per Pro Football Focus, Ragnow is the second-highest graded center in the NFL, behind the Packers Corey Linsley, who earned 1st team All-Pro honors. Joining Ragnow on the second team ALl-Pro honors is Ryan Kelly of the Indianapolis Colts.

1st team All-Pro punter honors went to Jake Bailey of the New England Patriots, who will be representing the AFC in the Pro Bowl.

On behalf of Lions Wire, we wish to extend our congratulations to Ragnow and Fox.