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.

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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.