What: The 13th Annual NFL Honors, a prestigious awards show recognizing outstanding players and performances from the 2023 season, along with the announcement of the 2024 class for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
When: Thursday, Feb. 8 at 8:00 p.m. CT
Where: Resorts World Theatre in Las Vegas, Nevada
Host: Renowned actor, writer, and producer Keegan-Michael Key will host the NFL Honors for the third time, bringing his unique charisma and wit to the stage.
Television Details: NFL Honors will be broadcasted live on CBS and NFL Network, allowing fans across the nation to tune in to the excitement. Additionally, the event can be live streamed on Paramount+ and NFL+ for those watching online.
Streaming Details: For fans preferring streaming platforms, NFL Honors will also be available for live streaming on Paramount+, NFL+, and FuboTV, offering convenient access to the captivating awards ceremony.
How to Follow Along:
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Texans to Watch For:
- AP Offensive Rookie of the Year: Keep an eye on quarterback C.J. Stroud as he vies for the prestigious title of AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, showcasing his talent and impact during the 2023 season.
- AP Defensive Rookie of the Year: Defensive end Will Anderson Jr. stands out as a strong contender for AP Defensive Rookie of the Year, demonstrating his prowess and contribution on the field.
- AP Coach of the Year: Head Coach DeMeco Ryans has shown exceptional leadership and strategy throughout the season, making him a top candidate for AP Coach of the Year honors.
- AP Assistant Coach of the Year: Offensive Coordinator Bobby Slowik’s innovative play calling and strategic contributions position him as a leading contender for AP Assistant Coach of the Year recognition, highlighting his valuable role in the team’s success.