Super Bowl MVP Von Miller of the Denver Broncos isn’t done making his rounds just yet. After going on quite the media tour, Miller will appear at the Grammys on Monday night. He’ll be joined by San Francisco wide receiver Anquan Boldin, who was named the Walter Payton Man of the Year.
While it was the Bengals’ Pacman Jones who said the Steelers’ Antonio Brown "deserves a Grammy" for "faking" an injury against the Cincy during the playoffs, neither player will be attending like Miller and Boldin. That’s more or less because Jones doesn’t seem to know that a Grammy is a musical award, not one for acting.
Instead, Miller and Boldin will take the stage to introduce Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt for their musical performance.
Last year, it was Super Bowl hero Malcolm Butler and the fashion-forward Julian Edelman who presented an award at the Grammys. That came after Butler "intercepted" the envelope from Josh Duhamel.
Miller put together a dominant defensive performance in Super Bowl 50, recording 2 1/2 sacks and two forced fumbles in the Broncos’ victory. Boldin was honored for his excellence both on and off the field, earning himself the aforementioned Walter Payton award.