Seahawks CB Sherman, S Thomas and RB Lynch named to PFW All-Pro team

Pro Football Weekly along with the Professional Football Writers of America have released their All-Pro team and year-end awards, and among those honored are Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, safety Earl Thomas and cornerback Richard Sherman.

Thomas and Lynch were named to the NFC Pro Bowl team in December along with several other teammates, though Sherman was one of the most notable Pro Bowl snubs. The Associate Press All-Pro team comes out Saturday morning and may very well include a couple of Seahawks.

Offense

QB Peyton Manning / Broncos

RB Adrian Peterson / Vikings

RB Marshawn Lynch / Seahawks

WR Calvin Johnson / Lions

WR Brandon Marshall / Bears

TE Rob Gronkowski / Patriots

C John Sullivan / Vikings

OG Mike Iupati / 49ers

OG Marshal Yanda / Ravens

OT Duane Brown / Texans

OT Ryan Clady / Broncos

Defense

DE J.J. Watt / Texans

DE Cameron Wake / Dolphins

DT Geno Atkins / Bengals

DT Vince Wilfork / Patriots

OLB Von Miller / Broncos

OLB Aldon Smith / 49ers

MLB Patrick Willis / 49ers

CB Richard Sherman / Seahawks

CB Charles Tillman / Bears

S Earl Thomas / Seahawks

S Eric Weddle / Chargers

Specialists

PK Blair Walsh / Vikings

P Andy Lee / 49ers

KR Jacoby Jones / Ravens

PR Leodis McKelvin / Bills

ST Matthew Slater / Patriots

MVP/Offensive MVP — Vikings RB Adrian Peterson

Defensive MVP— Texans DE J.J. Watt

Coach of the Year — Colts offensive coordinator/interim head coach Bruce Arians

Comeback Player of the Year — Adrian Peterson

Rookie of the Year/Offensive Rookie — Redskins QB Robert Griffin III

Defensive Rookie of the Year — Panthers LB Luke Kuechly

Most Improved Player — Cowboys WR Dez Bryant

Executive of the Year — Colts GM Ryan Grigson

Assistant Coach of the Year — Bruce Arians

Golden Toe (Best Placekicker or Punter) — Vikings PK Blair Walsh

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