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2016 Awards

AwardPlayerTeam
Player of the YearTyrus GarrisonSan Diego
Front Office Bowl MVPPhilip RiversWashington
Coach of the YearR.J. BurtonWashington
Legend of the GameJason BabinWashington
Offensive Player of the YearTyrus GarrisonSan Diego
Defensive Player of the YearLionel GerdesNew Orleans
Offensive Rookie of the YearDaniel FloydCleveland
Defensive Rookie of the YearCedric LanfordChicago
All-League First Team QuarterbackTyrus GarrisonSan Diego
All-League First Team Running BackDennis FlintChicago
All-League First Team FullbackHoward BrandonHouston
All-League First Team Tight EndJ.C. StargellTampa Bay
All-League First Team Wide ReceiverMitchell GreenSan Diego
All-League First Team Wide ReceiverHorace WrightPittsburgh
All-League First Team CenterNolan CorbettWashington
All-League First Team Offensive GuardKelly GaylorDenver
All-League First Team Offensive GuardEric CrummeyChicago
All-League First Team Offensive TackleEmmanuel EverettArizona
All-League First Team Offensive TackleScott RinehartKansas City
All-League First Team PunterGregg JonesPhiladelphia
All-League First Team KickerDanny SandersDenver
All-League First Team Defensive EndOrlando MillerCarolina
All-League First Team Defensive EndKyle BucknerMiami
All-League First Team Defensive TackleLeon JeffersonSeattle
All-League First Team Defensive TackleOscar BakerDenver
All-League First Team Inside LinebackerBritt HetrickCincinnati
All-League First Team Outside LinebackerLionel GerdesNew Orleans
All-League First Team Outside LinebackerLarry BaglienNew York
All-League First Team CornerbackMark LeicesterNew York
All-League First Team CornerbackRobert HastingsSan Diego
All-League First Team SafetyTyrus LakeChicago
All-League First Team SafetyChester WestBaltimore
All-League Second Team QuarterbackPhilip RiversWashington
All-League Second Team Running BackBritt PrideKansas City
All-League Second Team FullbackNorman McCaugheyMiami
All-League Second Team Tight EndFreddie DixonChicago
All-League Second Team Wide ReceiverBilly Joe GauntSeattle
All-League Second Team Wide ReceiverSharod WhiteWashington
All-League Second Team CenterLouie BradleySeattle
All-League Second Team Offensive GuardQuinn StarksChicago
All-League Second Team Offensive GuardJustin SmileyAtlanta
All-League Second Team Offensive TackleEugene McNeilPittsburgh
All-League Second Team Offensive TackleJohnie GrassleyTennessee
All-League Second Team PunterToby BattleDetroit
All-League Second Team KickerJoel PriceWashington
All-League Second Team Defensive EndMarshall FreemanTennessee
All-League Second Team Defensive EndKurt RobsonSan Francisco
All-League Second Team Defensive TackleLeon ColemanCleveland
All-League Second Team Defensive TackleTommie HarrisBuffalo
All-League Second Team Inside LinebackerGrady RhodesNew Jersey
All-League Second Team Outside LinebackerMartin CaldwellCarolina
All-League Second Team Outside LinebackerCurtis LindrosMinnesota
All-League Second Team CornerbackClarence EngNew Jersey
All-League Second Team CornerbackReuben PrestonArizona
All-League Second Team SafetyVernon CooperSt. Louis
All-League Second Team SafetyJosh BullocksKansas City
League's Fastest ManLonnie HumbleNew England
League's Strongest ManScott RinehartKansas City

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