KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The results of the 2021 NFL All-Pro team voting are in, and six Kansas City Chiefs are mentioned.
Voting is conducted by a panel of 50 members of the media.
Below are the selected Chiefs and the number of votes they were awarded:
- Tight end Travis Kelce, 9
- Left tackle Orlando Brown Jr., 1
- Left guard Joe Thuney, 6
- Center Creed Humphrey, 10
- Defensive tackle Chris Jones, 10
- Safety Tyrann Mathieu, 1
According to KSHB 41 Sports Anchor Hayley Lewis, that puts Travis Kelce on the first team.
Six #Chiefs receive All-Pro votes: The results of The Associated Press 2021 NFL All-Pro balloting as selected by a national panel of 50 media members:
-TE Travis Kecle (first team)
-C Creed Humphrey
-LT Orlando Brown
-LG Joe Thuney
-DT Chris Jones
-S Tyrann Mathieu
— Hayley Lewis 👑 (@HayleyLewisKSHB) January 14, 2022
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