When the Los Angeles Chargers took home the Vince “Vic” Carter Trophy in 2016, it was a fitting way to honor the man who helped turn a mediocre football team into one of the most dominant franchises in NFL history.
But it was not the only way that Carter would be honored in 2018.
The Chargers will also be honored on Monday with the honor of having the franchise’s first NFL MVP trophy, as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of their historic victory over the Cleveland Browns in Super Bowl XXVIII.
The honor is not just reserved for the Chargers.
Carter will also receive a plaque and an honorary Lombardi Trophy as a result of his accomplishments.
Carter is known as one of football’s greatest defensive players, and his presence on the field helped pave the way for the rise of the passing game.
But he also helped make the Chargers one of its most dominant teams.
During his career, he played for four NFL teams: the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, and New England Patriots.
After his playing career ended in 1989, Carter began a new one as an analyst on ESPN’s Saturday Night Live.
Since then, he has become a fixture on TV and in movies.
He is a frequent guest on Saturday Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Kimmel.
His career has also taken him to the White House, where he received a State of the Union Address as the first African-American President.
In 2018, Carter will become the first player in NFL History to earn the honor in his first season as an NFL head coach.
The franchise has made Carter one of their greatest legends and a part of its history.
With that legacy in mind, the Chargers will be honored with a plaque at their home stadium.
The plaque will be placed in a trophy house.
The trophy house is located in the stadium’s north end zone, and it will be open for visitors to pay their respects to Carter as well as to his teammates, coaches, and coaches-to-be.
Fans can purchase a commemorative commemorative plaque by visiting the Chargers’ official website.
In honor of the 50 years since Carter was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2020, fans can find more information on the team’s official website or on Twitter at @Chargers.
The team will also wear an authentic replica of Carter’s jersey, as well a commemorated plaque, which will be on display at the home opener against the Cincinnati Bengals.