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2018 PFWA Off-Field Award nominees announced

Each year, the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA) vote for several off-field awards given to people working in or associated with the NFL. The 2018 Off-Field Awards balloting is underway through June 11, with the final results announced beginning June 12. The awards the PFWA membership will vote on: George Halas Award (NFL player, […]

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PFWA to announce 2017 Off-Field Awards June 12-19

The Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA) will announce their 2017 Off-Field Award winners during the week of June 12-16 and Monday, June 19, 2017. The announcements will be made at ProFootballWriters.org, through the PFWA’s official Twitter feed (@PFWAwriters) and via email to PFWA members and NFL league and club PR staffs each day at […]

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2017 PFWA Off-Field Award nominees announced

Each year, the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA) vote for several off-field awards given to people working in or associated with the NFL. The 2017 Off-Field Awards balloting is underway through June 9, with the final results announced in mid-June. The awards the PFWA membership will vote on: George Halas Award (NFL player, coach […]

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2016 Dr. Z Award

Kiffin and Phillips selected to PFWA 2016 Dr. Z Award class

Two current NFL assistant coaches, Monte Kiffin and Wade Phillips, have been selected as the Class of 2016 for the Paul “Dr. Z” Zimmerman Award by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA). The Dr. Z Award is given for lifetime achievement as an assistant coach in the NFL. The award is named for Zimmerman, […]

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2016 PFWA Off-Field Award Announcement Schedule

PFWA to announce 2016 Off-Field Awards June 20-27

The Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA) will announce their 2016 postseason Off-Field Award winners during the week of June 20-24 and Monday, June 27, 2016. The announcements will be made here at ProFootballWriters.org, through the PFWA’s official Twitter feed (@PFWAwriters) and via email to PFWA members and NFL league and club PR staffs each day […]

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