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Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald, Giants quarterback Eli Manning and Panthers tight end Greg Olsen are the three finalists for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.
Fitzgerald, one of the top receivers in the league, has made grants of more than one million dollars for the "First Down Fund."
The fund promotes reading and technology access for kids from kindergarten through 12th grade as well as supports efforts to prevent and cure breast cancer and support breast cancer survivors.
Also, the fund makes grants to the American Cancer Society as well as breast cancer organizations based in Arizona and Minnesota, for activities such as education, support groups, and free mammograms.
Fitzgerald was a finalist in 2012.
Olsen founded "Receptions for Research" after watching his mother deal with breast cancer in 2009.
The foundation’s program focuses on cancer research, support and education programming.
The program has distributed more than $520,000 to six hospitals and foundations.
The program’s most notable and largest fundraiser, Kicks for a Cure, has raised over $850,000 in its eight year history.
Olsen was previously nominated in 2015.
Manning is a two-time Super Bowl winner. He supports "Tackle Kids Cancer" at the Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center. Their research team gives patients access to more than 100 cutting-edge clinical trials to combat pediatric cancer.
Manning has volunteered for the "Tackle Kids Cancer" campaign since the start of the 2015 season and has visited the Children’s Cancer Institute.
Manning was previously nominated from 2007-2013 and was a finalist in 2015.
The winner will be announced the week of the Super Bowl in Houston.
Stephen Curry passed a familiar face on Sunday in Orlando.
With his 3-pointer at the 6:54 mark in the third quarter against the Magic, Curry moved past former Kings star Peja Stojakovic on the all-time 3-point list.
Curry entered the game trailing Stojakovic by four (1,756 to 1,760). He finished the game with seven made 3-pointers and now sits alone in 13th place all-time with 1,763.
Next on the all-time list is Rashard Lewis with 1,787.
“Records are meant to be broken,” Stojakovic told CSNCalifornia.com last week. “Steph is definitely a guy, that if he continues to shoot - him and Klay (Thompson), if they continue to stay on the same pace, they can climb all the way to one and two.”
When Stojakovic retired after the 2010-11 season, he ranked fourth all-time in made 3-pointers. Since than, he's been passed by Jason Terry, Paul Pierce, Vince Carter, Jamal Crawford, Kyle Korver, Joe Johnson, Chauncey Billups, Kobe Bryant, Lewis and now Curry.
All-time made 3-pointers list:
1. Ray Allen 2973
2. Reggie Miller 2560
3. Jason Terry 2199*
4. Paul Pierce 2137*
5. Vince Carter 1996*
6. Jason Kidd 1988
7. Jamal Crawford 1983*
8. Kyle Korver 1964*
9. Joe Johnson 1882*
10. Chauncey Billups 1830
11. Kobe Bryant 1827
12. Rashard Lewis 1787
13. Stephen Curry 1763*
14. Peja Stojakovic 1760
(*) denotes active player