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'Exciting' for Rodgers to Win MVP

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For the first time, the NFL went to prime-time network television to reveal its major player awards, and the big winner was Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

In a gala event held at Indianapolis’ downtown Murat Theatre, broadcast by NBC, and hosted by 30 Rock star Alec Baldwin, Rodgers won The Associated Press' Most Valuable Player award at the inaugural National Football League Honors on Saturday night.

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