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Malcolm Smith AgentSeattle Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith stands out on big night for Seattle’s championship defense. His 69-yard interception for a touchdown, fumble recovery and 10 tackles led a stingy Seahawks defense over the Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII.

Smith, the No. 242 choice in the 2011 draft, in the seventh round was named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player. The guy better known as the younger brother of former NFL receiver Steve Smith is the lead headline in the demise of Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.

The last defensive MVP was Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Dexter Jackson, 11 years ago against the Oakland Raiders, then you win. Interestingly, the Raiders were the No. 1 offense that season.

Malcolm Smith joins a group of defensive MVPs that also includes Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Larry Brown, Chicago Bears defensive end Richard Dent, Dallas defensive linemen Randy White and Harvey Martin, Miami Dolphins safety Jake Scott and Dallas linebacker Chuck Howley.

Smith wins a brand new Chevy Silverado pickup truck, continuing the tradition of giving the MVP winner a new car. Last year’s MVP, Baltimore’s Joe Flacco, got a Corvette. This could be only the beginning for Malcolm who is primed for off-season appearances, speaking engagements and endorsements.

Watch the Post Game Interview with Malcolm Smith Discussing the Super Bowl:




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