Event Information

48th Annual 101 Awards

Date
February 24, 2018
Time
VIP Reception - 5:30
Dinner & Awards Presentations - 6:30
Location
Westin Crown Center Hotel
Kansas City, MO
Attire
Black Tie
Show Hosts
Curt Menefee – Fox Sports
Trent Green – CBS Sports

101 Awards

AFC Offensive Player of the Year - Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers
NFC Offensive Player of the Year - Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams
AFC Defensive Player of the Year - Calais Campbell, Jacksonville Jaguars
NFC Defensive Player of the Year - Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams
AFC Coach of the Year - Doug Marrone, Jacksonville Jaguars
NFC Coach of the Year - Sean McVay, Los Angeles Rams
Lamar Hunt Award for Professional Football - Peyton Manning
2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee - TBD Player Representative, February 2018
Salute to the Super Bowl Champions - TBD Player Representative, February 2018

Presenters

Each national honoree will be presented with the prestigious 101 trophy from a football dignitary who has been instrumental in his career. Clark Hunt will make the presentation of the Lamar Hunt Award for Professional Football.

Chiefs Awards

Mack Lee Hill Award (Rookie of the Year) - Kareem Hunt
Derrick Thomas Award (Most Valuable Player) - Alex Smith

Tickets and Sponsorships

Attendance at the 101 Awards gala is comprised primarily of companies, organizations and individuals who are sponsors of the event. Four levels of sponsorship are available that include various benefits at the event as well as special opportunities with the Kansas City Chiefs, including Chiefs Fantasy Camp. Click for 101 Awards Sponsorship information.

Event Beneficiary

Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit The University of Kansas Hospital, a public authority that receives no local or state funding and, instead, relies on generous philanthropy and proper fiscal management. Since 2011 the 101 Awards has generated over a million dollars for its beneficiaries.

Information

Tyler Epp – Kansas City Chiefs
816.294.9882
tepp@chiefs.nfl.com

48th Annual 101 Steering Committee

Mike Brown – Burns & McDonnell, 101 Chairman
Janice Benjamin – The University of Kansas Hospital
Jeff Bethel – Dick Smith Ford
Tammy Butterfield – The University of Kansas Hospital
Tyler Epp – Kansas City Chiefs
Shawn Long – The University of Kansas Hospital
Kyle Myers – PNC Bank
Matt Roney – Kit Bond Strategies
Charles Rozanski – The University of Kansas Hospital
Gayle Sweitzer – The University of Kansas Hospital