Roquan Smith might be having the best week of his life.
The Ravens inside linebacker was named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press for the first time in his career Friday, the sixth straight day in which Smith has enjoyed some personal or team accomplishment.
On Sunday, he tied a season high with 16 tackles in the Ravens’ 27-16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. He finished the regular season with a career-high 169 tackles, third most in the NFL, along with 4 1/2 sacks and 11 tackles for loss.
On Monday, his alma mater, Georgia, repeated as College Football Playoff champion with a 65-7 shellacking of Texas Christian.
On Tuesday, he agreed to a five-year, $100 million contract extension with the Ravens, the biggest-ever deal for an off-ball linebacker in NFL history.
On Wednesday, he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player, an award voted on by local media who cover the team.
On Thursday, he was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Month for December/January for the first time in his career.
And on Friday, he followed up back-to-back second-team All-Pro honors from the AP, earned during his third and fourth seasons with the Chicago Bears, with first-team honors.
“Thankful for everyone that has helped me be in this position that I’m in, like making my dreams come true and living it out,” Smith said Wednesday. “It’s an amazing feeling, and I feel like I’m just getting started. I just want to continue to do my best, and just keep getting better year in and year out to bring many championships here.”
Ravens kicker Justin Tucker earned second-team All-Pro honors after going 37-for-43 (86.0%) on field goal attempts and 31-for-32 on extra-point attempts. Tucker, the most accurate kicker in NFL history, is a five-time first-team All-Pro.
Long snapper Nick Moore was also named second-team All-Pro in his second year as a starter.
Here are the AP’s All-Pro teams.
Quarterback — Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City
Running back — Josh Jacobs, Las Vegas
Tight end — Travis Kelce, Kansas City
Wide receivers — Justin Jefferson, Minnesota; Tyreek Hill, Miami; Davante Adams, Las Vegas
Left tackle — Trent Williams, San Francisco
Right tackle — Lane Johnson, Philadelphia
Left guard — Joel Bitonio, Cleveland
Right guard — Zack Martin, Dallas
Center — Jason Kelce, Philadelphia
Edge rushers — Nick Bosa, San Francisco; Micah Parsons, Dallas
Interior linemen — Chris Jones, Kansas City; Quinnen Williams, New York Jets
Linebackers — Fred Warner, San Francisco; Roquan Smith, Baltimore; Matt Milano, Buffalo
Cornerbacks — Sauce Gardner, New York Jets; Patrick Surtain II, Denver
Safeties — Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh; Talanoa Hufanga, San Francisco
Placekicker — Daniel Carlson, Las Vegas
Punter — Tommy Townsend, Kansas City
Kick returner — Keisean Nixon, Green Bay
Punt returner — Marcus Jones, New England
Special teamer — Jeremy Reaves, Washington
Long snapper — Andrew DePaola, Minnesota
Quarterback — Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia
Running back — Nick Chubb, Cleveland
Tight end — George Kittle, San Francisco
Wide receivers — A.J. Brown, Philadelphia; Stefon Diggs, Buffalo; CeeDee Lamb, Dallas
Left tackle — Andrew Thomas, New York Giants
Right tackle — Tristan Wirfs, Tampa Bay
Left guard — Joe Thuney, Kansas City
Right guard — Chris Lindstrom, Atlanta
Center — Creed Humphrey, Kansas City
Edge rushers — Myles Garrett, Cleveland; Haason Reddick, Philadelphia
Interior linemen — Dexter Lawrence, New York Giants; Jeffery Simmons, Tennessee
Linebackers — Bobby Wagner, Los Angeles Rams; C.J. Mosley, New York Jets; Demario Davis, New Orleans.
Cornerbacks — Jaire Alexander, Green Bay; James Bradberry, Philadelphia
Safeties — Derwin James, Los Angeles Chargers; Justin Simmons, Denver
Placekicker — Justin Tucker, Baltimore
Punter — Ryan Stonehouse, Tennessee
Kick returner — Kene Nwangwu, Minnesota
Punt returner — Kalif Raymond, Detroit
Special teamer — George Odum, San Francisco
Long snapper — Nick Moore, Baltimore