Four Chiefs named AP All-Pro
Tyrann Mathieu is a 1st team DB
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Five members of the Kansas City Chiefs have been named AP All-Pro.
Tyrann Mathieu – 1st team All-Pro defensive back, 2nd team All-Pro safety
Mathieu is in his first season with the Kansas City Chiefs. He’s been a big addition to the defense, picking up 75 total tackles, 2 sacks and 4 interceptions on the season.
Travis Kelce – 2nd team All-Pro tight end
Kelce has been one of the best tight ends in the league for years. This season Kelce has 97 catches for 1,229 yards and 5 touchdowns. It’s the fourth straight season Kelce has topped 1,000 receiving yards, a new NFL record for a tight end.
Mitchell Schwartz – 2nd team All-Pro right tackle
Schwartz has been so reliable on the offensive line for the Chiefs. This year is the fourth consecutive year he has earned All-Pro honors. Schwartz was a 1st team All-Pro in 2018, and has been a 2nd team All Pro three times (2016, 2017, 2019).
Mecole Hardman – 2nd team All-Pro kick returner
The 2nd-round rookie has been good all around for the Chiefs this season. He has returned 27 kicks for 704 yards and a touchdown this season. That touchdown was a 104-yard return TD against the Chargers in the final week of the regular season. He’s also been dangerous as a deep threat on the outside, catching 26 passes for 538 yards and 6 touchdowns.
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