April 16, 2024

Lamar Jackson is once again the NFL MVP. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback was named The Associated Press’ NFL Most Valuable Player for the second time, becoming the youngest two-time MVP since the merger.

Jackson won in a landslide, receiving 49 out of 50 first-place votes. The lone outside vote went to Josh Allen.

“I want to thank my organization, the Baltimore Ravens, for finally getting the deal done,” said Jackson. “My offense [and] offensive line, I can’t thank them enough for what they’ve done. I’m not out there blocking and catching the ball and doing everything. It’s a team thing for these awards.”

Jackson noted the contract, which was five years and $260 million.

You can see Jackson’s speech below.

Lamar Jackson wins his 2nd MVP!

(via @NFL) pic.twitter.com/jAtBZzkp6D

— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) February 9, 2024

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