Carolina Panthers star quarterback Cam Newton has been named the Associated Press NFL MVP.
Newton received 48 out of 50 votes for league MVP with Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady each receiving a vote. (RELATED: Celebrate The NFL Playoffs With The Hottest Wives And Girlfriends Of NFL Players [SLIDESHOW])
The former Heisman winner at Auburn lit the league on fire with 45 total touchdowns and nearly 4,000 passing yards. (RELATED: Super Bowl 50 Is Stacked With Plenty Of Sexy WAGs [PHOTOS])
Cam Newton on winning MVP: “I’m very proud. We didn’t get in this position by happenstance. It took years of hard work and dedication.”
— Max Henson (@PanthersMax) February 7, 2016
The Panthers will face off against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday. (RELATED: Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Super Bowl 50)