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ALBANY’S GRADY NAMED SHINOLA MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

Courtesy: AFL Communications

Grady becomes eighth-straight quarterback to win the award

LAS VEGAS – The Arena Football League has announced that Albany Empire quarterback Tommy Grady has been named 2018 Shinola Most Valuable Player. Grady becomes the third player to win the award at least twice in his career joining George LaFrance and Nick Davila.

Grady (6’7, 245, Utah) was at the helm of an Empire offense that led the League in scoring offense (53.8 points per game) and total offensive touchdowns (91). The seventh-year AFL veteran threw for a league-high 2,960 yards and 81 touchdowns against six interceptions.

 

SHINOLA MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

YEAR

PLAYER

TEAM

2018

Tommy Grady

Albany

2017

Randy Hippeard

Tampa Bay

2016

Nick Davila

Arizona

2015

Dan Raudabaugh

Philadelphia

2014

Nick Davila

Arizona

2013

Erik Meyer

Spokane

2012

Tommy Grady

Utah

2011

Nick Davila

Arizona

1995

Barry Wagner

Orlando

1994

Eddie Brown

Albany

1993

Hunkie Cooper

Arizona

1992

Jay Gruden

Tampa Bay

1991

George LaFrance

Detroit

1990

Art Schlichter

Detroit

1989

George LaFrance

Detroit

1988

Ben Bennett

Chicago

1987

Russell Hairston

Pittsburgh

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