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NFL salutes best of 2013 at NFL Honors

Posted Jan 31, 2014

The NFL will salute its best players, performances and plays at NFL Honors


WHAT: The night before the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks kick off Super Bowl XLVIII, the National Football League will salute its best players, performances and plays from the 2013 season at a two-hour primetime awards special - “3rd Annual NFL Honors” - to air nationally on Saturday, February 1, at 8 PM ET/PT on FOX. “NFL Honors” will tape from 6 – 8 p.m. ET/PT that evening. For the first time, the PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME’s newest class of enshrinees will be introduced during the show with the Class of 2014 appearing on the stage of the renowned Radio City Music Hall in New York followed by media availability on-site.

WHERE: Radio City Music Hall
1260 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas), New York, NY 10020

WHEN: Saturday, February 1
Red Carpet: 3:00 – 5:30 p.m. (ET)

SOME OF THE PLAYERS, COACHES, & TALENT SCHEDULED TO APPEAR INCLUDE:
KEENAN ALLEN, San Diego Chargers
KIKO ALONSO, Buffalo Bills
GIOVANI BERNARD, Cincinnati Bengals
ERIC BERRY, Kansas City Chiefs
DREW BREES, New Orleans Saints
DUANE BROWN, Houston Texans
REGGIE BUSH, Detroit Lions
JAMAAL CHARLES, Kansas City Chiefs
RANDALL COBB, Green Bay Packers
VICTOR CRUZ, New York Giants
BRIAN CUSHING, Houston Texans
THOMAS DAVIS, Carolina Panthers
JAY FEELY, Arizona Cardinals
NICK FOLES, Philadelphia Eagles
MATT FORTÉ, Chicago Bears
TONY GONZALEZ, Atlanta Falcons
JOSH GORDON, Cleveland Browns
A. J. GREEN, Cincinnati Bengals
COLIN KAEPERNICK, San Francisco 49ers
LUKE KUECHLY, Carolina Panthers
EDDIE LACY, Green Bay Packers
ELI MANNING, New York Giants
BRANDON MARSHALL, Chicago Bears
ROBERT MATHIS, Indianapolis Colts
LE SEAN MCCOY, Philadelphia Eagles
ALFRED MORRIS, Washington Redskins
CAM NEWTON, Carolina Panthers
CORDARRELLE PATTERSON, Minnesota Vikings
ADRIAN PETERSON, Minnesota Vikings
PATRICK PETERSON, Arizona Cardinals
GLOVER QUIN, Detroit Lions
ROBERT QUINN, St. Louis Rams
SHELDON RICHARDSON, New York Jets
AARON RODGERS, Green Bay Packers
ALEX SMITH, Kansas City Chiefs
RYAN TANNEHILL, Miami Dolphins
CHARLES TILLMAN, Chicago Bears
LAVAR ARRINGTON
BRIAN BILLICK
JIM BROWN
TIM BROWN
MARK BRUENER
MARK BRUNELL
CRIS CARTER
DONOVIN DARIUS
TERRELL DAVIS
WARRICK DUNN
KENNY EASLEY
KEITH ELIAS
MARSHALL FAULK
AHMAN GREEN
JOHN HARBAUGH
FRANCO HARRIS
RAGHIB ISMAIL
MICHAEL IRVIN
DHANI JONES
JIM KELLY
PATRICK KERNEY
ARCHIE MANNING
STEVE MARIUCCI
CURTIS MARTIN
RANDALL MC DANIEL
JOE MONTANA
JOE NAMATH
JAY NOVACEK
SHAUN O'HARA
ORLANDO PACE
CHAD PENNINGTON
ED REYNOLDS
JERRY RICE
RON RIVERA
MIKE RUCKER
REX RYAN
BARRY SANDERS
DEION SANDERS
WARREN SAPP
STERLING SHARPE
MACK STRONG
KURT WARNER
LEONARD WHEELER
ROD WOODSON
STEVE WYCHE
STEVE YOUNG
JACK YOUNGBLOOD

The NFL and The Associated Press will announce their annual accolades in an awards show format for the second consecutive year. The full list of awards that will be presented later that evening will be:

AP Most Valuable Player presented by Papa John’s
Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year
AP Coach of the Year presented by Lenovo
AP Comeback Player of the Year presented by Castrol EDGE
AP Offensive Player of the Year presented by XBOX One
AP Defensive Player of the Year presented by Surface
AP Offensive Rookie of the Year presented by Pepsi Next
AP Defensive Rookie of the Year presented by Pepsi NEXT
Pepsi NEXT Rookie of the Year FedEx Air & Ground Players of the Year
GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year
Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year
NFL.com Fantasy Player of the Year presented by SAP
“Greatness on the Road” Award presented by Courtyard
Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award
Salute To Service Award Presented by USAA
Deacon Jones Award