The Bert Bell Award
Pro Player of the Year
The 53st Annual Bert Bell Award for Professional Player of the Year is Aaron Rodgers, quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.
The Professional Player of the Year Award is named in honor of Bert Bell, founder of the Maxwell Football Club and once Commissioner of the National Football League.
Voters for all Maxwell Professional Awards are NFL coaching staffs and football personnel, members of the Maxwell Football Club and the Pro Writers of America Association, and local media.
Rodgers completed an incredible season in which he led the Packers to a 15-1 finish and the NFC North title. He completed 343 of 502 passes for 4,643 yards and 45 touchdowns ending the 2011 regular season with passer rating of 122.5, a new NFL record.
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|2011||Aaron Rodgers||Green Bay Packers|
|2010||Michael Vick||Philadelphia Eagles|
|2009||Drew Brees||New Orleans Saints|
|2008||Adrian Peterson||Minnesota Vikings|
|2007||Tom Brady||New England Patriots|
|2006||LaDainian Tomlinson||San Diego Chargers|
|2005||Shaun Alexander||San Diego Chargers|
|Peyton Manning||Indianapolis Colts|
|Rich Gannon||Oakland Raiders|
|2001||Marshall Faulk||St. Louis Rams|
|1999||Kurt Warner||St. Louis Rams|
|1998||Randall Cunningham||Minnesota Vikings|