Athletes in Action/Bart Starr Award

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The Athletes in Action/Bart Starr Award is given annually to an NFL player who best exemplifies outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community. Nominees are gathered from the Public Relations Directors of each NFL team, the past winners of the Bart Starr Award, the Athletes in Action Pro Staff working with NFL teams and Bart Starr himself. Ballots are sent to each team and voting takes place at the same time as the Pro Bowl selections. The votes are tabulated and the winner is announced at the annual Super Bowl Breakfast, an NFL-sanctioned event hosted by Athletes in Action, the sports ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ. The award, bearing the name of the Pro Football Hall of Famer, honors Starr’s lifelong commitment to serving as a positive role model to his family, teammates, and community.

Bart Starr Award winners[edit]

Year Player Position Team
1989[1] Steve Largent Wide Receiver Seattle Seahawks
1990 Anthony Munoz Offensive Tackle Cincinnati Bengals
1991 Mike Singletary Linebacker Chicago Bears
1992 Reggie White Defensive End Philadelphia Eagles
1993 Gill Byrd Cornerback San Diego Chargers
1994 Warren Moon Quarterback Houston Oilers
1995 Cris Carter Wide Receiver Minnesota Vikings
1996 Jackie Slater Offensive Tackle St. Louis Rams
1997 Darrell Green Cornerback Washington Redskins
1998 Irving Fryar
Brent Jones
Wide Receiver
Tight End
Philadelphia Eagles
San Francisco 49ers
1999* Eugene Robinson Safety Atlanta Falcons
2000 Aeneas Williams Cornerback Arizona Cardinals
2001 Bruce Matthews Offensive Line Tennessee Titans
2002 Darren Woodson Safety Dallas Cowboys
2003 Trent Dilfer Quarterback Seattle Seahawks
2004 Derrick Brooks Linebacker Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2005 Troy Vincent Cornerback Buffalo Bills
2006 Curtis Martin Running Back New York Jets
2007 John Lynch Safety Denver Broncos
2008 LaDainian Tomlinson Running Back San Diego Chargers
2009 Warrick Dunn Running Back Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2010 Kurt Warner Quarterback Arizona Cardinals
2011[2] Drew Brees Quarterback New Orleans Saints
2012[3] London Fletcher Linebacker Washington Redskins
2013 Jason Witten Tight End Dallas Cowboys
2014[4] Aaron Rodgers Quarterback Green Bay Packers

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