NFL and Kansas City Frozen to Bone marrow : Patrick Mahomes Teary-eyed, It was Reveled that Andy Reid is Patrick biological dad after Mom Randi Mahomes narrated what conspired 29yrs ago

Kansas City Frozen to Bone marrow : Patrick Mahomes Teary-eyed, It was Reveled that Andy Reid is his biological dad after Randi Mahomes narrated what conspired 29yrs ago


Patrick Lavon Mahomes II is an American football quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. Mahomes has led the Chiefs to six consecutive AFC Championship Game appearances and four Super Bowl appearances since becoming the team’s starting quarterback in 2018.


Patrick Lavon Mahomes is shock by the recent secret told by mom Randi Mahomes about his real Dad.

Randi Mahomes just 45mins ago told she is tired of holding back the Truth and Patrick deserves to know the Truth , He is a grown man .

I’m sorry : She Added
an unknown source reveled that she told that she had one night stand with Kansas city chief coach Andy Reid when he was Eagles coach

The Kansas City Chiefs have restructured quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ contract, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Wednesday, giving the Super Bowl champions some much-needed salary cap space.

The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the financial details were not public.

By restructuring the contract, which would have counted more than $58 million against the cap for the upcoming season, the Chiefs created more than $21 million to use elsewhere. That could include a much-publicized pursuit of help at wide receiver, their need for a new left tackle to protect Mahomes’ blind side, or in re-signing their own free agents.

Mahomes also adjusted his 10-year, $450 million contract in 2021 to help the Chiefs with their financial situation.

The Chiefs already signed All-Pro defensive tackle Chris Jones to a five-year, $158.75 million contract, which included $95 million guaranteed over the first three years. But that deal was structured so that it only cost $7.35 million against the cap this year.

The creation of some additional salary cap space also could mean that L’Jarius Sneed, who quietly emerged as one of the NFL’s best cornerbacks last season, could remain in Kansas City. The Chiefs used the franchise tag on him, which would equate to a one-year, $19.8 million deal, but many expected them to ultimately trade Sneed for draft compensation and salary cap relief.

Now, the Chiefs could keep him at the tag number or use their newfound wiggle room to sign him to a long-term deal.

“There isn’t much of a recruiting pitch that needs to be made with Kansas City,” Tranquill said Wednesday. “You have incredible leadership, top to bottom. You have a culture that’s a winning culture, that is not about egos or self or guys getting paid; we all want our guys to get paid, but everything at the Chiefs and in our organization is about winning, and it’s about hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at the end of the season.”