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  1. 'NFL Honors' winners

    Aaron Rodgers stands alone on top of the NFL. The Packers' quarterback was voted the 2014 MVP, announced during "NFL Honors" on Saturday night. See the complete list of winners. Read

  2. The biggest stars are out the night before Super Bowl XLIX at NFL Honors, where season awards are handed out. See who took home the hardware for their hard work this season. View

  3. Rodgers beats out Watt for MVP award

    Aaron Rodgers was named Most Valuable Player for the second time in his Green Bay Packers career on Saturday. Around The NFL's Chris Wesseling delves into the quarterback's dominant 2014 season. Read

  4. No brainer: Watt wins second Defensive Player of the Year award

    This one was easy. Houston Texans star defender J.J. Watt won the 2014 Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year award Saturday at NFL Honors. Read

  5. Thomas Davis named Walter Payton Man of the Year

    Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis is your 2014 Man of the Year. Davis won the award over Anquan Boldin and Aaron Rodgers. Read

  6. Seth Meyers' opening monologue

    Seth Meyers delivers the opening monologue for the 2015 NFL Honors. Watch
  7. Gronk's big season yields Comeback Player of the Year honors

    Rob Gronkowski bounced back from an injury-plagued 2013 to reclaim his (unanimous) All-Pro spot at tight end this season. His efforts earned him Comeback Player of the Year honors on Saturday. Read

  8. Arians brings home Coach of the Year

    Bruce Arians was named Coach of the Year at Saturday's "NFL Honors" ceremony. The Arizona Cardinals coach became the 11th man to capture the award twice. Read

  9. Dazzling Beckham is Rookie of the Year

    New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. capped off a spectacular first season in Gotham by claiming the 2014 Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Read

  10. 2015 NFL Honors red carpet

    The biggest stars are out the night before Super Bowl XLIX at NFL Honors, where season awards are handed out. Check out photos from the red carpet as they arrive at the NFL's annual award show. View

  11. Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald wins inaugural Art Rooney Award

    Honor recognizes player who demonstrates outstanding sportsmanship on the field Read

  12. Rams' Aaron Donald nets Defensive Rookie of the Year honors

    The Rams unearthed a gem in 2014 first-round pick Aaron Donald. The tackle wreaked havoc this season for St. Louis on his way to the top rookie honor for defensive players. Read

  13. NFL Honors red-carpet takeaways: Irsay discusses investigation

    What's it like to rub elbows at a star-studded gala like NFL Honors? Conor Orr brings you his biggest takeaways from Saturday's event, including Colts owner Jim Irsay's thoughts on the ongoing deflated footballs investigation. Read

  14. 2014: Best of Aaron Rodgers

    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for over 4,000 yards in 2014, destroying opponents with video game-like performances. Watch
  15. 2014: Best of Odell Beckham

    Despite missing four games, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham had one of the most memorable rookie seasons in NFL history. Check out this rising star's greatest moments. Watch
  16. 2014: Best of J.J. Watt

    Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt made a strong case for MVP consideration in the 2014 season, often dominating opposing teams by making plays on both defense AND offense. Watch
  17. 2014: Best of Demarco Murray

    Dallas Cowboys running back Demarco Murray broke several records on his way to an elite 2014 campaign including starting the season with eight straight games with over 100 rushing yards and breaking the Cowboys' franchise record for rushing yards in a single season, previously held by Emmitt Smith. Watch
  18. 2014: Best of Rob Gronkowski

    New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski proved once again that he can dominate any defense in the league as he racked up over 1,000 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns. Watch

NFL Honors

The night before Super Bowl XLIX, the NFL will salute its best players and plays from the 2014 season with "NFL Honors," a star-studded football and entertainment event. The two-hour prime time awards special will be hosted by Seth Meyers from Symphony Hall at the Phoenix Convention Center, and will air nationally on January 31, 2015 at 9 PM ET on NBC with red carpet coverage beginning at 8 PM ET on NFL Network.

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