NaVorro Bowman is once again "All-Pro Bo."
It was revealed on Friday that the San Francisco 49ers star inside linebacker has been named first-team All-Pro in 2015 by the Associated Press.
The honor comes after a season in which Bowman led the league in tackles with 154, recorded 2.5 sacks and reminded the football world why he's one of the best linebackers in the NFL. Bowman is now a four-time All-Pro after receiving the award in 2011-13 as well.
It's a fitting end to Bowman's comeback season after missing all of 2014 with a devastating knee injury. The inside linebacker was the ultimate bright spot in what was a difficult season for the 49ers as a whole.
"Any time you come back from a significant injury, it's a testament to who you are and how you're wired – what's in your DNA," general manager Trent Baalke said on Monday. "His injury was significant, it wasn't just a normal, typical ACL.
"So for him to come back and play the number of snaps he played week in and week out and to see him get better with each outing, that's a tip of the cap to him. What can you say? This is a man's game, and he's a man."
Bowman is also a potential candidate for the league's Comeback Player of the Year Award and was selected as San Francisco's Ed Block Courage Award recipient.