…And then there was peace.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and former quarterback Brett Favre will share the stage together, presenting the NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award tonight on CBS.
NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy hinted at it early Saturday evening via Twitter, tweeting, “There’s an unlikely pairing of presenters you will have to see on
#nflhonors 9p ET on CBS. their numbers added up to 16.”
Some basic math suggested that Favre and Rodgers were the “unlikely pairing of presenters.”
The NFL Honors program will be televised at 8 p.m. Central tonight on CBS.
The award winners have already been announced. Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was named Offensive Rookie of the Year, Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly won Defensive Rookie of the Year, Adrian Peterson was named Offensive Player of the Year and J.J. Watt won Defensive Player of the Year.
Peterson was also named league MVP for the first time in his career.
Packers cornerback Casey Hayward finished third in the voting for Defensive Rookie of the Year behind Kuechly and Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner.
Rodgers and Favre will present the Comeback Player of the Year Award to Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning.
The relationship between Rodgers and Favre has certainly been rocky, so it’s nice to see them smoothing things out. According to NFL Network’s Michelle Beisner, both men were ready to move on.