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Through the 2008 season, as far as the Associated Press awards go that has happened once.

In 2003, the Associated Press awarded their Offensive Player of the Year award to Jamal Lewis and their Defensive Player of the Year award to Ray Lewis, both of the Baltimore Ravens.

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