Marshal Yanda and Elvis Dumervil have added another impressive accolade to their resume.
The right guard and outside linebacker were named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press. They were the only two Ravens to earn All-Pro honors, which are determined by a panel of 50 voting media members.
Both players are also Pro Bowl selections, but the All-Pro team is held in even higher regard because there are fewer spots available. Only one player for each position is selected to the first team.
Yanda has established himself as one of the best offensive linemen in the NFL, and his 38 votes from the panel were the most of any offensive lineman. Yanda was a second-team All-Pro selection in 2011 and 2012, but this is his first time making the first team.
Dumervil was selected after an impressive year where he led the Ravens with 17 sacks. He set the Ravens franchise record for sacks in a season, and also tied a career high. Dumervil also had 35 tackles, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
The nine-year veteran was also a first-team selection in 2009 when he played for the Denver Broncos.
Other Ravens receiving votes were inside linebacker C.J. Mosley (nine), punter Sam Koch (eight), returner Jacoby Jones (three), outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (one), fullback Kyle Juszczyk (one) and kicker Justin Tucker (one).