6 Saints players named to AP 2019 NFL All-Pro team

Saints defensive end Cam Jordan celebrates with teammate Demario Davis after sacking Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston (Source: Edwin Goode, WVUE-FOX8)
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NEW ORLEANS (WAFB) - Six New Orleans Saints players have been selected to the Associated Press 2019 NFL All-Pro team.

The team was selected by a national panel of 50 media members. Four Saints players made the first team and two made the second team.

Wide receiver Michael Thomas and right tackle Ryan Ramczyk were named to the AP All-Pro first-team offense.

Linebacker Demario Davis was the only Saints player to make the first-team defense. Rookie punt returner Deonte Harris was named to the first-team special teams.

Defensive end Cameron Jordan made it on the All-Pro second-team defense and special teamer J.T. Gray was named to the second-team special teams.

Two other Saints players, offensive Terron Armstead and cornerback Marshon Lattimore received votes but not enough to make the All-Pro team.

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