Seattle Seahawks Bobby Wagner, Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman were all named to The Associated Press All-Pro team that was announced on Friday.

It was the first time on the team for middle linebacker Wagner, who had 104 tackles despite missing five games with a foot injury.

"Started off the year good, getting hurt, having to watch, having to be in the cast; I hadn't been in a cast since I was a little kid," Wagner said. "Having to be in a cast and then riding around on that little scooter and then rehabbing ... to still keep my mind right and work through all that stuff and still get the recognition I felt like I deserve just means a lot."

It's the third straight season that both Sherman and Thomas have been first-team selections.

Sherman finished the regular season with four interceptions, while Thomas had one. For Sherman, the four interceptions tied a career-low from his rookie season in 2011 when he started just 10 games.

Strong safety Kam Chancellor and running back Marshawn Lynch were voted to the second team.