Wide receiver Gary Clark and cornerback Barry Wilburn of the Washington Redskins were selected to the Associated Press all-pro team announced yesterday.

The Redskins were one of four teams -- the New York Giants, Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears are the others -- with two players on the first team. The only team with more was the San Francisco 49ers, who had four players, including the only unanimous pick, wide receiver Jerry Rice.

Sports writers or broadcasters representing every NFL city selected the squad.

A total of 19 of the league's 28 teams placed players on the 26-man first team.

Rice was joined on the team by 49ers quarterback Joe Montana, nose tackle Michael Carter and safety Ronnie Lott.

The all-pro team features an oddity. The running backs are Eric Dickerson, who was traded from the Los Angeles Rams to Indianapolis at midseason, and Charles White, the man who replaced him on the Rams and led the NFL in rushing.

It fails to include for the first time in his seven-year career linebacker Lawrence Taylor of the Giants, last year's league most valuable player. Taylor, who made the second team, was edged by two votes by teammate Carl Banks. Andre Tippett of New England is the other outside linebacker.

The rest of the offensive first team includes:

Tight end Mark Bavaro of the Giants; tackles Anthony Munoz of Cincinnati and Gary Zimmerman of Minnesota; guards Bill Fralic of Atlanta and Mike Munchak of Houston; center Dwight Stephenson of Miami; place kicker Morten Andersen of New Orleans and kick returner Vai Sikahema of St. Louis.

Redskins defensive end Charles Mann is on the second team.