Seahawk Bobby Wagner earns first-team AP All-Pro honors for fifth time

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SEATTLE – Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner earned first-team Associated Press All-Pro honors for the fifth time, a franchise record.

This is the fourth year in a row Wagner has made first-team AP All-Pro, which is also a franchise record. Seattle drafted him in the second round in 2012.

Earlier this season, Wagner became the all-time leading tackler in franchise history, and with 159 tackles in 2019, Seahawks.com reports.

Wagner received 32 of 50 votes, the most of any linebacker.

Quarterback Russell Wilson was named to the All-Pro second-team, his first time earning All-Pro honors.

Both Wilson and Wagner were also named to the NFC Pro Bowl squad last month.

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