Joe Thomas continues to be one recognized as one of the league's best players.
The veteran left tackle on Monday was named to the Pro Football Writers of America's All-NFL team for the seventh time and fourth-straight season, the longest streak among active players.
It's the latest of several honors for Thomas, who was named to his 10th Pro Bowl last month — the most of any Browns player in franchise history — and nominated as the team's Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
He was also voted by local reporters as the Browns' PFWA Player of the Year.
Thomas, who's set to enter his 11th season in Cleveland, was key in helping hold together a young Browns team that finished 1-15 in head coach Hue Jackson's first season.
Thomas joins the likes of Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, Cardinals running back David Johnson, Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, Raiders linebacker Khalil Mack, Broncos linebacker Von Miller and Chiefs safety Eric Berry.
Thomas was the Browns' lone representative while the Cowboys and Chiefs each placed four players.