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This past Saturday the NFL Honors took place in New Orleans, the ceremony salutes the best players and plays of the 2012-2013 NFL season.Take a look at the fashion from the evening, as some of the NFL brightest stars came out to impress in their stylish wardrobes.Whose attire was your favorite ??
Minnesota Vikings Adrian Peterson was the biggest winner of the night, taking home three awards including the NFL Honors MVP. Adrian made sure he was looking extra spiffy for his big day, enrobed in a custom 3-piece suit, paired up with a grey necktie and classic white spread collar shirt.
Washington Redskins Quarterback RG3 (Offensive Rookie of the Year) kept his hues subtle, as he spruced up his attire a bit with a bright pinstripe necktie.
The new man in Indianapolis, rookie Quarterback Andrew Luck wore a navy marine suit he combined with a grey collar shirt and stripe tie to coordinate his ensemble.
A.J. green was swagged out clothed in a lustrous black suit, he added flair to with a pair of leopard print $ 1495 Christian Louboutin rollerboy spikes .Red bottoms !!
I was really feeling Cam Newton’s maroon two-button suit, loved the hues as he completed his costume with a necktie, collar shirt, and v-neck sweater combination. well done, Cam.
Russell Wilson and wife looked fantastic as they posed for photos on the red carpet, Russell stood out in a unique paisley-print dinner jacket.
Houston Texans Arian Foster is making a name for himself with his trademark bow ties, opting for a red bow tie and sports jacket on this occasion.
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Adrian Peterson is the 2012 Most Valuable Player (US PRESSWIRE)
The announcement was made at the second annual NFL Honors awards show, as seen on CBS.
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Adrian Peterson or Peyton Manning, both were deserving, so no issues with AP getting it.
#Vikings RB Adrian Peterson was named the 2012 season MVP!
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_RealUpdates) February 3, 2013
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