The Inaugural NFL Honors ceremony celebrated the finest athletes in professional football, and served as the perfect preamble to Super Bowl 46.
Hosted by Alec Baldwin from the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis, the night was attended by the league’s brightest stars. The ceremony’s award for the league’s Most Valuable Player went to Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Other award highlights included New Orleans QB Drew Brees winning Offensive Player of the Year, and Baltimore Linebacker Terrell Suggs winning Defensive Player of the Year.
Former Auburn star, and current Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton took home the Offensive Player of the Year award.
Head over to the NFL Honors site for full coverage and exclusive videos!
Posted on February 6th, 2012