The trophy has traditionally been a simple gold chain, but it was recently changed to gold plated to highlight the league’s recent accomplishments.
As such, the NFL is no longer honoring the players that have been with the league for at least a decade.
The NFL has been known for changing trophies throughout its history, but the league has historically been known as a team sports league.
That makes the NFL’s decision to honor players from the last 10 years a controversial one.
As it stands now, it would appear that a player like Aaron Rodgers will not be making it to the NFL.
While he was the league MVP in 2015, the trophy was changed to honor Rodgers because of a change in the league.
The NFL did not honor the former Green Bay Packers quarterback because the league did not have enough players that could be eligible for the award.
Rodgers will still be a member of the NFL in 2019, but he won’t be able to be a part of the MVP trophy.
The only players that can earn the honor now are players that were with the team for at most 10 years.
Rodgers will be eligible to win the MVP Trophy in 2020.
It is a significant blow to the trophy because it will not honor any players that played in the NFL during the 10 years before it was changed.