Marshawn Lynch, Max Unger, Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas were chosen by a nationwide panel of media members who cover the NFL.

With four players selected for the first time, the Seahawks had the second-most players selected for The Associated Press’ All-Pro team, which was announced Saturday.

Marshawn Lynch, Max Unger, Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas were chosen by a nationwide panel of media members who cover the NFL.

Sherman, who felt slighted at not being selected to the Pro Bowl, was thrilled with the news he made the All-Pro team “because that’s comparing the whole league.”

The 49ers led the league with six selections. The NFC had 17 players, and only 10 made it from the AFC.

Note

• The Philadelphia Eagles are interviewing Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley in Atlanta, two people familiar with the meeting told The Associated Press on Saturday.

Bradley is the eighth head-coaching candidate interviewed since the Eagles fired Andy Reid on Dec. 31. The Eagles would not be able to officially hire Bradley until the Seahawks are eliminated from the playoffs.