ALBANY'S TOMMY GRADY NAMED OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Grady earns award for second-time in his career
LAS VEGAS - The Arena Football League has announced that Albany Empire quarterback Tommy Grady has been named 2018 Offensive Player of the Year. Grady becomes the fifth player to win the award twice in his career (Eddie Brown, Damian Harrell, Chris Jackson, and Aaron Garcia)
Grady (6’7, 245, Utah) finished the 2018 regular season completing 228-of-341 passes for 2,960 yards, 81 passing touchdowns, and six interceptions. Grady led the League in passing yards, passing touchdowns, and passer rating (126.2).
|OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR|
|2017||Randy Hippeard||Tampa Bay|
|2004||Marcus Nash||Las Vegas|
|2003||Chris Jackson||Los Angeles|
|2002||Mark Grieb||San Jose|
|2001||Aaron Garcia||New York|
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