Suh named first-team All-Pro
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was named first-team All-Pro Friday by the Associated Press.
Two of his teammates — linebacker DeAndre Levy and safety Glover Quin — were picked to the second-team.
It’s the third time in his five-year career that Suh, a dominating force on the inside of the Lions’ standout defensive line, was selected to the first-team. He also was a second-team choice once.
This is the first All-Pro selection for both Levy and Quin, who have been two of the more underrated players in the league.
Levy ranks second in the NFL with 151 tackles. Quin is first in interceptions with seven.
Receiver Calvin Johnson, meanwhile received no votes from the national panel of 50 media members.
Johnson, a first-team selection each of the last three seasons and a second-team pick in 2010, was hampered by an ankle injury that forced him to miss three games and limited him in others.