Garett Bolles  began his rookie season hoisting his son Kingston in celebration on the NFL draft podium — and now, as the Denver Broncos’ starting left tackle — he ends it with All-NFL Rookie Team honors, after he was selected to the team by the Pro Football Writers of America.

Bolles became the first offensive linemen taken in the first round of the NFL draft by the Broncos since Ryan Clady was chosen 12th overall in 2008. Coincidentally, Bolles also became the first Broncos rookie to start all 16 games at left tackle since Clady’s rookie campaign.

Bolles was the only Broncos player selected the team this year.