JACKSONVILLE – Josh Lambo is an All-Pro kicker.
Lambo, in his third season with the Jaguars, on Friday was named to the Associated Press' 2019 All-Pro team as a second-team kicker.
He became the first placekicker in franchise history to be named AP All-Pro.
Lambo in 2019 converted a franchise-record 33 field goals on 34 attempts, finishing with the highest field-goal percentage (97.1) in the NFL among kickers with at least 15 attempts; that was the fourth-highest single-season percentage in in NFL history among kickers with at least 20 attempts.
Lambo was the only player in the NFL to convert 100 percent of field goals of at least 50 yards (minimum four attempts) this season. Lambo since signing with the Jaguars in 2017 has converted 71 of 75 field goals (94.7 pct.), the highest percentage in the NFL during that span. His 10 of 11 field goals from 50-plus yards is the best in the NFL during the same span.
Lambo joins the following Jaguars players to be named AP All-Pro: punter Bryan Barker (1997, first team), left tackle Tony Boselli (1997, first team; 1998, first team; 1999, first team), cornerback A.J. Bouye (2017, second team), defensive end Tony Brackens (1999, second team), defensive end Calais Campbell (2017, first-team edge, second-team interior), punter Chris Hanson (2002, second team), defensive tackle John Henderson (2006, second team), running back Maurice Jones-Drew (2011, first team), safety Carnell Lake (1999, second team), cornerback Rashean Mathis (2006, first team), linebacker Mike Peterson (2005, second team), cornerback Jalen Ramsey (2017, first team), offensive tackle Leon Searcy (1999, second team), linebacker Telvin Smith (2017, second team), defensive tackle Marcus Stroud (2003, second team) and running back Fred Taylor (2007, second team).