FedEx Air and Ground Players of the Year: Lamar Jackson (Air), Derrick Henry (Ground)Congratulations to @Ravens QB Lamar Jackson and @Titans RB Derrick Henry, the 2019 @FedEx Air and Ground Players of the Year!📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/y77beAz0Lr— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award: Adrian Peterson, RB, RedskinsCongrats to @AdrianPeterson, winner of the 2019 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award! Another great honor for 2️⃣6️⃣‼️#HTTR pic.twitter.com/uXQyiCdV9u— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) February 2, 2020Celebration of the Year: Bye Bye Bye, SeahawksThe @Seahawks have won the @budlight Celly of the Year! #Seahawks📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/4OVUV1XnSR— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Congratulations on this esteemed honor, Seahawks.Fantasy Player of the Year: Christian McCaffrey, RB, [email protected] RB Christian McCaffrey is the 2019 Fantasy Player of the Year! @CMC_22 (by @DraftKings)📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/H0LBqIH0dI— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Congratulations on this esteemed honor, Christian.Anything But Ordinary Player of the Year: Larry Fitzgerald, WR, [email protected] WR @LarryFitzgerald is the 2019 Anything But Ordinary Player of the Year!(presented by @surface) pic.twitter.com/XpWTzjEZYq— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Congratulations on this esteemed honor, Larry. Many Sporting News winners earned honors in The Associated Press’ voting announced Saturday, with Jackson winning MVP, Gilmore taking DPOY and 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa claiming Defensive Rookie of the Year.SN’s NFL AWARDS: Full list of 2019 winners as voted on by playersHere’s everything you need to know about the NFL Honors show as Sporting News keeps lists all the award winners.MORE AWARDS: Sporting News 2019 NFL All-Pro teamNFL Honors 2020: Award winnersMost Valuable Player: Lamar Jackson, QB, RavensLamar Jackson is your 2019 Most Valuable Player! 🙌 @lj_era8(by @pizzahut)📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/NYcn9msLeS— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Jackson became the consensus MVP favorite midway through the season, and Saturday he became the second unanimous winner in history. The second-year QB broke multiple records in 2019 thanks to his unparalleled ability and willingness to use his legs in combination with a massive improvement as a passer from his rookie year. He finished with 3,127 passing yards and 36 touchdowns through the air and a 66.1 completion percentage, and added 1,206 rushing yards and seven more scores on the ground. Offensive Player of the Year: Michael Thomas, WR, SaintsThe most receptions ever in one season.Michael Thomas is the 2019 Offensive Player of the Year! @cantguardmike📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/fggzDXtlX2— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Thomas set the NFL record for single-season receptions, catching 149 passes for 1,725 yards and nine touchdowns. Those are the most receiving yards since Julio Jones’ 1,871 yards in 2015.Defensive Player of the Year: Stephon Gilmore, CB, PatriotsStephon Gilmore locks down the 2019 Defensive Player of the Year award! #NFLHonors #[email protected] pic.twitter.com/PfZViis8IW— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Gilmore ends Aaron Donald’s two-year run as DPOY. He’s the first Patriot to win the award, and he earned it by sharing the league lead with six interceptions and topping the passes defended leaderboard with 20.Offensive Rookie of the Year: Kyler Murray, QB, [email protected] QB Kyler Murray is the 2019 Offensive Rookie of the Year! @K1 (by @Oakley)📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/cZNqAbGE8V— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020This one is a bit controversial, but Murray was the lone rookie quarterback to start all 16 games, which is always a good start to an OROY campaign. He more than doubled the votes of Raiders running back Josh Jacobs, who finished second, a result with which many disagree.Defensive Rookie of the Year: Nick Bosa, DE, [email protected] DE Nick Bosa is the 2019 Defensive Rookie of the Year! @nbsmallerbear📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/YW9NAQ3uyf— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Bosa bolstered a ferocious 49ers defense, racking up 9.0 sacks. Those weren’t the most sacks for a rookie — Josh Allen (Jaguars) had 10.5 and Maxx Crosby (Raiders) had 10.0 — but Bosa had more quarterback hits (25) and tackles (47) than either of them.Comeback Player of the Year: Ryan Tannehill, QB, TitansThe 2019 Comeback Player of the Year is @Titans QB @RyanTannehill1! #NFLHonors(by @CastrolUSA) pic.twitter.com/I1vLHRKvqp— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Tannehill began as the Titans backup but earned the starting job in Week 7. He completed 70.3 percent of his passes and finished with 2,742 passing yards after falling short of 2,000 last season. He led the league in yards per attempt, passing for 22 touchdowns and six interceptions.Coach of the Year: John Harbaugh, Ravens14-2. #1 seed. AFC North [email protected] head coach John Harbaugh is the 2019 Coach of the Year! (by @Bose)📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/RgDauVxBKR— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Harbaugh led the Ravens to their best regular season in franchise history.Walter Payton Man of the Year: Calais Campbell, [email protected] DE @CalaisCampbell is the 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year! #WPMOY (by @Nationwide)📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/NRv6UPI17i— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Named for Campbell’s late father, the Charles Richard Campbell Foundation “is committed to the enhancement of our community through the teaching of critical life skills to young people,” according to its website. This season, Campbell donated money to the foundation (which was founded by him and his family) based on individual and team accomplishments.Assistant Coach of the Year: Greg Roman, OC, [email protected] Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman is the 2019 Assistant Coach of the Year!📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/Lg6hvRefTT— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Roman is credited with redesigning his offense around Jackson’s unique skills. The change produced the highest-scoring offense in the league, which gained up the second-most yards in the league, backed by 206 rushing yards per game.Unstoppable Performance of the Year: Patrick Mahomes, four touchdowns in one [email protected] Week 2. Four TD passes in one quarter.The Unstoppable Performance of the Year! (by @CourtyardHotels)📺: #NFLHonors | 8pm ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/fvHkYK2jtJ— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Congratulations on this esteemed honor, Patrick.Clutch Performance Play of the Year: Miami DolphinsThe @Bridgestone Clutch Performance Play of the Year goes to…THIS PUNTER TO KICKER TOUCHDOWN. @MiamiDolphins📺: #NFLHonors | Tonight at 8PM ET on FOX pic.twitter.com/RZKkKXVNVr— NFL (@NFL) February 1, 2020Congratulations on this esteemed honor, Dolphins. The eve of the Super Bowl brought the NFL Honors show, where the winners of league’s MVP and other major awards — as well as the winners of many awards you’ve never heard of or forgot existed — were announced during a ceremony in Miami.Sporting News already announced its NFL awards for the 2019 season, as voted on by players and coaches. Among the winners were Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson for Offensive Player of the Year, Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore for Defensive Player of the Year and 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo as Comeback Player of the Year.
Donegal play Kerry on SundayTHE Kerry team is playing down an incident in which a Donegal fan fell out of a tree at one of their private training sessions.The man, a native of Glenties, was confronted by members of the Kerry back room team.However Kerry is playing down reports it was a ‘spying’ mission as reported elsewhere today, believing the man was a ‘genuine GAA fan’ who had gone to the session in Killarney ‘for a nosey’. The man is understood to be resident in Kerry and used to play for Naomh Conaill.He was spotted in the tree in the grounds of St Finian’s Hospital, overlooking Fitzgerald Stadium.He is believed to have disappeared when a member of the support team went to investigate, but was later confronted.Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice has closed the gates to training since taking over last year to allow for privacy and planning. SHOCK AS DONEGAL MAN FALLS OUT OF TREE AT PRIVATE KERRY TRAINING SESSION was last modified: September 19th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalKerry