(PANTHERS WIRE) -- The Associated Press unveiled their 2017 All-Pro team today and three Carolina Panthers were among the recipients.
Left guard Andrew Norwell and middle linebacker Luke Kuechly were named First Team All-Pro while right tackle Daryl Williams was named to the Second Team.
This is the fifth straight year Kuechly was named to the First Team All-Pro, to go along with his fifth straight appearance in the Pro Bowl (unless the Panthers reach the Super Bowl, of course). Kuechly recorded 125 tackles, good for tenth among all players in the league this season. He also picked off three passes.
Norwell is coming off his second straight season starting all 16 games in a season and was named to his first All-Pro team.
Daryl Williams also started all 16 games, the first time in his career he accomplished that feat, and is also a first-time member of the All-Pro team, being named to the Second Team. Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson was named to the First Team.