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Michael Vick: MVP?

Record-setting win leaves everyone gushing

(Newser) - Michael Vick eviscerated the Washington Redskins last night, throwing for 333 yards and four touchdowns, and running for another 80 yards and two more touchdowns, an unprecedented, record-breaking accomplishment. “He’s got my MVP vote,” Washington linebacker London Fletcher told the Washington Post after the game. Is the... More »

Kurt Warner Retires

Cardinals QB bows out after 12 seasons, 3 Super Bowls

(Newser) - Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner, a two-time NFL MVP, announced his retirement today in Tempe. "It's been 12 unbelievable years," said Warner, 38, a University of Northern Iowa product who worked as a grocery clerk and toiled in the Arena Football League and NFL Europe before catching on with... More »

Peyton Wins Record 4th MVP

Colts QB breaks tie with Brett Favre

(Newser) - Peyton Manning today became the first player to win the AP's Most Valuable Player honor four times. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback romped to the NFL award in balloting by 50 sportswriters and broadcasters who cover the league. He got 39 1/2 votes to 7 1/2 for Drew Brees. Manning adds... More »

Peyton Wins Third MVP Award

Humble Colts QB thanks team, ties Brett Favre's record

(Newser) - Peyton Manning was named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player today in a landslide, becoming just the second player to win the honor three times, the Indianapolis Star reports. “I really feel like it’s a team award with what our team went through this year,” said the... More »

Brady Wins MVP in Landslide

Brady stays humble but owner is 'surprised it took so long'

(Newser) - Tom Brady has racked up another eye-popping stat: 49-for-50, the vote count by media members that won him the AP's 2007 NFL MVP award today. Brady earned the crown with a record-breaking year, completing 68.9% of his passes for 4,806 yards, both league bests, and beating the single-season... More »

Faulty Knee Forces Faulk Out

Former Colts and Rams running back will announce retirement Monday

(Newser) - The knee injury that sidelined Marshall Faulk last season has officially ended his career. Faulk will announce his retirement Monday, March 26, at the NFL owners' meetings. Faulk retires ninth in all-time NFL career rushing with 12,279 yards, and tied for sixth with 100 touchdowns. In 2000, he ran... More »

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