6 Chiefs Players Selected to AP All-Pro Team, None on First Team

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Tight end Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs

The Associated Press has released their NFL All-Pro voting for the 2021-22 season, and six Kansas City Chiefs players made the list.

The Chiefs players selected to the All-Pro team, along with the amount of votes for them, were 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), and safety Tyrann Mathieu (1).

None of those players were named first team All-Pro, however.

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While it is fabulous that those Kansas City players earned All-Pro honors for their efforts this season, it’s a bit problematic that none of them earned first-team honors. Not to mention that players like wide receiver Tyreek Hill — who had 111 catches on the season — were completely snubbed.

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