NFL Notebook: Mahomes Takes Home MVP | 2/2/2019 | Staff
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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was the overwhelming pick for NFL MVP while also winning Offensive Player of the Year in the end-of-year Associated Press awards, handed out Saturday night in Atlanta at the NFL Honors ceremony.

Los Angeles Rams standout Aaron Donald repeated as AP Defensive Player of the Year.

New - York - Giants - Saquon - Barkley

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley won AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, and AP Defensive Rookie of the Year went to Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard.

Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy won AP Coach of the Year, and Colts quarterback Andrew Luck received the AP Comeback Player of the Year honor.

End - Tony - Gonzalez - Safety - Ed

–Tight end Tony Gonzalez and safety Ed Reed highlight the eight-man class that earned induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Reed was one of four defensive backs who will be inducted on Aug. 3 in Canton, Ohio. The others were cornerbacks Champ Bailey and Ty Law and safety Johnny Robinson.

Enshrinement - Kevin - Mawae - Broncos - Owner

Also selected for enshrinement were center Kevin Mawae, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen and personnel executive Gil Brandt during a process held in Atlanta one day prior to the Super Bowl.

–The Philadelphia Eagles reportedly will pick up quarterback Nick Foles’ $20 million contract option for 2019.

NFL - Network - Ian - Rapoport - Guarantee

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported there is no guarantee, however, that Foles remains with the team and laid out the possible options. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the franchise tag is expected for Foles and that other teams have contacted the Eagles about his potential availability.

Foles, 30, led the Eagles to the playoffs two consecutive seasons after injuries to starter Carson Wentz. Philadelphia won its first-ever Super Bowl following the 2017 season and lost this year to New Orleans in the NFL divisional round.

Commissioner - Roger - Goodell - Drop - Number

–NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is happy to see a drop in the number of diagnosed concussions this season and said he thinks the...
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