Washington Football Team guard Brandon Scherff was voted First Team All-Pro by The Associated Press for the first time in his career.
The All-Pro award is an honor bestowed on football players who are considered the best in their given position, and is voted on by select press organizations.
The six-year veteran made 13 starts this fall and played on 79% of the team’s offensive snaps.
The 29-year-old was also named to his fourth Pro Bowl last month.
Scherff is Washington’s first All-Pro First Teamer since 1996, when punter Matt Turk was selected.