Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin and linebacker Tyrel Dodson were each named NFLPA Community MVPs over the course of the season for their outstanding impact in the Buffalo and Pittsburgh communities.
Both are eligible to be named recipients of the NFLPA Alan Page Community Award, the highest honor that the NFLPA can bestow upon a player. Voting is open now, with five players to be selected as finalists for the award, to be presented during Super Bowl week. Each finalist will receive a $10,000 donation from the NFLPA to a charity of their choosing.
Earlier in the season, Hamlin distributed 2,000 toys, 50 bikes and hundreds of books at his fourth annual holiday toy drive in Pittsburgh.
Dodson gifted four single moms in the Buffalo area with a holiday shopping spree, providing them with Christmas trees, ornaments and gingerbread houses for the holidays.
"This is something big I've always wanted to do," Dodson said during the event. "I get emotional even thinking about it."
Fans can vote for their top five finalists at this link.