Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry is a finalist for the first-ever “Anything But Ordinary” Player of the Year award at NFL Honors.
The winner will be announced on Saturday, February 1st.
Jarvis Landry a finalist for ‘Anything But Ordinary’ award https://t.co/cw2KaURsD3
— The Browns Wire (@TheBrownsWire) January 26, 2020
Thank you @NFL & @surface for the Anything But Ordinary Player of the Year nomination! It’s an honor to be recognized 🙏🏾🙏🏾#VoteOutOfTheOrdinary
Vote: https://t.co/EMww6hIM6Y pic.twitter.com/Qr4ClvWhKG
— Jarvis Juice Landry (@God_Son80) January 17, 2020
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The award presented highlights the originality and creative talents of NFL players on the field.
Also, the award celebrates NFL player achievements and passions on the field, including entrepreneurship, technology, and creative arts in day-to-day lives.
The winner will be announced alongside the NFL’s MVP, Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award, and the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
This year’s NFL Honors show will be televised nationally on FOX at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.
The best NFL players, performances, and plays from 2019 will be recognized at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami on Saturday.
American comedian and television host Steve Harvey will host the event.
The awards show leads up to Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.
The Chiefs are looking to win their first-ever Super Bowl title.
The 49ers are looking for their first title since 1995.
Fan Voting Determined The Winner
Fans dictated the outcome of the award.
From January 10th to January 20th, fans could vote for their favorite story or player.
As part of the voting sweepstakes, one grand prize winner received two tickets to Super Bowl LIV and two tickets to NFL honors in addition to hotel and airfare.
The results will be announced on Saturday’s two-hour television special.
Baltimore Ravens – Justin Tucker, K
Kansas City Chiefs – Travis Kelce, TE
Buffalo Bills – Tre’Davious White, CB
Los Angeles Chargers – Keenan Allen, WR
Cincinnati Bengals – Carlos Dunlap, DE
Miami Dolphins – Christian Wilkins, DE
Cleveland Browns – Jarvis Landry, WR
New England Patriots – Jonathan Jones, CB
Denver Broncos – Von Miller, LB
New York Jets – Brandon Copeland, LB
Houston Texans – Justin Reid, S
Oakland Raiders – Darren Waller, TE
Indianapolis Colts – Anthony Castonzo, T
Pittsburgh Steelers – JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR
Jacksonville Jaguars – Najee Goode, LB
Tennessee Titans – Tajae Sharpe, WR
Arizona Cardinals – Larry Fitzgerald, WR
Minnesota Vikings – Adam Thielen, WR
Atlanta Falcons – Grady Jarrett, DT
New Orleans Saints – Cam Jordan, DE
Carolina Panthers – Christian McCaffrey, RB
New York Giants – Dalvin Tomlinson, DT
Chicago Bears – Tarik Cohen, RB
Philadelphia Eagles – Brandon Brooks, G
Dallas Cowboys – Dak Prescott, QB
San Francisco 49ers – Dee Ford, DE
Detroit Lions – Romeo Okwara, DE
Seattle Seahawks – Tyler Lockett, WR
Green Bay Packers – Jimmy Graham, TE
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Mike Evans, WR
Los Angeles Rams – Andrew Whitworth, T
Washington Redskins – Vernon Davis, TE
I hope he wins it. I think he’s one of the more deserving ones on this list. Plus, gotta give him props for playing injured.