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Rams win three big awards, with Donald, Gurley and McVay getting NFL hardware

MINNEAPOLIS - The Los Angeles Rams are not playing in the Super Bowl, but a postseason awards haul on Saturday once again illuminated that they have the leadership and talent to contend for a spot in coming years.

Sean McVay was announced as the Associated Press coach of the year, running back Todd Gurley offensive player of the year and defensive tackle Aaron Donald defensive player of the year during the NFL Honors show at the University of Minnesota's Northrop Auditorium.

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