The Baltimore Ravens have built a roster full of talented players on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, as well as on special teams. That has helped them stay competitive over decades, and they have had a great eye for developing talent throughout the years.
There have been no shortage of Baltimore players who have made an All-Pro team, and on Friday the team added to that list as wide receiver/punt returner Devin Duvernay, tight end Mark Andrews and kicker Justin Tucker were awarded 2021 First-Team All-Pro honors. After the news was announced, Ravens offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley and cornerback Marlon Humphrey reacted to the news.
— Ronnie Stanley (@megatronnie) January 14, 2022
Y’all remember when I said this and y’all tried to slander me?? Mark Andrews First Team All-Pro https://t.co/U6ewnMHWVp
— marlonhumphrey.eth (@marlon_humphrey) January 14, 2022
Stanley and Humphrey are both All-Pro players themselves, with both players being First-Team All-Pros in 2019. The “Guru Punch Podcast” duo both ended the 2021 season on injured reserve, but they are looking to return as strong as ever in 2022 and gave congratulations to their teammates who were recognized for their accomplishments this past season.