Justin Tucker, C.J. Mosley named second-team All-Pro selections

Justin Tucker was 34-of-37 on field goals and finished with 141 points this season. AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn

Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker and inside linebacker C.J. Mosley were named Associated Press second-team All-Pro on Friday.

Tucker, a unanimous first-team selection last year, received 15 votes this time, which finished second to the Los Angeles Rams' Greg Zuerlein (22 votes).

Zuerlein led the league with 158 points despite missing the last two games because of season-ending back surgery. He was 38-of-40 on field goals (95 percent), including 18-of-19 from 40 yards and beyond.

Tucker was 34-of-37 (91.9 percent) on field goals and finished with 141 points. He was 16-of-19 from 40 yards and longer (only misses in 2017 were from 58, 62 and 46 yards).

Mosley, the Ravens' leading tackler, received five votes, which trailed Arizona's Chandler Jones (41 votes), Seattle's Bobby Wagner (40), Carolina's Luke Kuechly (30) and Denver's Von Miller (14). He finished with 132 tackles, three forced fumbles, two interceptions and one sack.

Other Ravens receiving votes were: safety Eric Weddle (seven votes), punter Sam Koch (two) and guard Marshal Yanda (one).