Here’s what Kansas City Chiefs players did in their post-victory offseason

They won the Super Bowl—what did they do next (besides go to Disneyland)? We kept tabs on a few Kansas City Chiefs players to see how they spent their post-Super Bowl win offseason, pandemic and all.


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Kansas City, we’re just getting started. This is home. 📍⏰

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Patrick Mahomes

The superstar QB vacationed, relaxed and trained. He also signed a $500 million ten-year contract with the Chiefs, the richest in sports history. He’s here through 2032.

Tyreek Hill

Speedy Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill, aka the Cheetah, has been continuing to play competitive sports—electronically. He’s been in FIFA tournaments and Madden 20 duels with teammate Tyrann Mathieu. Hill has also been live-streaming himself playing Fortnite and NBA 2K19.


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Mitchell Schwartz

Quarantine has forced most of us to become somewhat proficient in the culinary arts, but Chiefs offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz has gone above and beyond with his burgers, brats, pastas and salads, all of which he shares on his Instagram. The team’s official Instagram account gave him a weekly show called Mitch in the Kitch.


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Yes, it’s me in this picture but this is not about me. This is about all the people who have been on the frontlines since day one of this pandemic. Now more than ever we need to work as a team and help where the help is needed. We all must come together and do what is best for society, even if that means stepping out of our comfort zone and learning new things. Thank you to the community of health care workers who welcomed me with open arms and trained me at the Long Term Care Home, some even coming out of retirement to give a helping hand. Thank you Elisa for the PPE training. Thank you Hélène for the elderly mobilisation training. Thank you Jean-Philippe for your help during my first shift as an orderly. Thank you Guylaine for the crash course on how to administer medication to patients. I accepted this opportunity with a lot of pride and humility. I will contribute to the best of my abilities to help: help put a smile on a patient’s face, help give a day off to nurses and orderlies who have been working countless hours since this pandemic started. We can all do our part and it’s touching to see so many people of different professional backgrounds coming together to do what they can. We have to keep working as a team and we will get through this. Ça va bien aller 🌈

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Dr. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

Chiefs right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is a medical doctor. After Covid-19 took the world by storm, he headed home to Montreal to serve on the frontlines. Tardif ultimately decided to take the season off to continue his work.


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If we want change — we have to VOTE to change the system!

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Sammy Watkins

This offseason has been a time of political unrest, and many pro athletes are using their platforms to call for change, including Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins. In late June, he released a video as a part of a voting registration campaign particularly focused on urging his Florida hometown to get out and vote in the upcoming elections.


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Who y’all got tonight on @familyfeudabc lol @showtyme_33 @court. @mr_highflyer10 @marlon_humphrey we live tonight.

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Damien Williams

I’ll take Sports Trivia for $500, Alex… Wait, wrong game show. Chiefs running back Damien Williams and other NFL rising stars went head-to-head with Hall of Famers in a rousing game of Celebrity Family Feud. Trash talk between the two teams flew freely and a good time was had by all. The full episode is on YouTube, if you are curious.

Mecole Hardman Jr.

Chiefs receiver Mecole Hardman Jr. treated himself to a fully customized Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye following the team’s win.

Antonio Hamilton

This Chiefs cornerback spent his offseason focused solely on his family—so much so that he even commemorated them by getting intricate portrait tattoos of his wife and daughters on his ribcage and fore-arm. The tattoos were done by @dangerdaveink in Atlanta.


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My Purpose ! Thunder Robinson⚡️3.20.20 ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

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DeMarcus Robinson

Big things happened in this wide receiver’s life over the break. In March, DeMarcus Robinson and his wife welcomed their first daughter, Thunder, to the world.

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