Kansas City Chiefs awards

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This page details awards won by the Kansas City Chiefs, a professional American football team from the National Football League.

Individual league awards[edit]

Coach of the Year: (0)[edit]

Most Valuable Player: (0)[edit]

Offensive Rookie of the Year: (0)[edit]

Defensive Rookie of the Year: (3)[edit]

1984: Bill Maas, DT
1989: Derrick Thomas, LB
1992: Dale Carter, CB

Offensive Player of the Year: (1)[edit]

2002: Priest Holmes, RB

Defensive Player of the Year: (0)[edit]

Super Bowl MVP: (1)[edit]

1970: Len Dawson, QB (IV)

Walter Payton Man of the Year Award: (5)[edit]

1972: Willie Lanier, LB
1973: Len Dawson, QB
1993: Derrick Thomas, LB
2003: Will Shields, G
2009: Brian Waters, G

Comeback Player of the Year: (2)[edit]

1990: Barry Word, RB
1993: Marcus Allen, RB

Individual team awards[edit]

Ed Block Courage Award[edit]

The Ed Block Courage Award has annually honored one player from every NFL team who exemplifies commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and courage. The award is selected by a vote of their teammates.

Derrick Thomas Award[edit]

The Derrick Thomas Award is given to the Chiefs MVP as determined by the players and coaches. The award was named after the former Chiefs linebacker beginning with the 2001 award. Running back Jamaal Charles has won the award more times then any other player. Charles has won the award 4 times.

Mack Lee Hill Award[edit]

The Mack Lee Hill Award is given to the Chiefs rookie of the year as determined by the players and coaches. It has been awarded since 1966. The award was named after former Chiefs running back Mack Lee Hill beginning in 2001.