Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes Honored by Century-Old Brand & Hall of Fame QB

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes II is in the news again with yet another accolade to be proud of.

His charity foundation, “15 and the Mahomies,” shared the superstar’s latest honor on Twitter. “Congratulations to @PatrickMahomes on being named to the 2023 #TIME100 List – @TIME’s list of the 100 Most Influential People in the world,” they stated. “What he has accomplished on the field is historic and what he continues to do off the field will change lives forever.”

They are referring to the famed top-100 influential person’s list from the century-old TIME Magazine, of course, where Mahomes was included in the “Titan’s” section. His entry bio page was even written by Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning.

“Patrick Mahomes once served as a counselor at the Manning Passing Academy, a summer football camp for high school players that my dad founded in 1996,” Manning began. “You can learn a lot about a person by the way they treat eighth-graders and ninth-graders during those hot days in Louisiana. Patrick was great with the kids. I remember his arm strength back then. It jumped out at you.”

Continuing: “This February, at just 27, Patrick won his second Super Bowl MVP award. That arm strength still jumps out at you today. But I hope they know he’s also an incredibly hard worker. He appreciates the cerebral part of the game. And he understands his platform, as the MVP quarterback of the Super Bowl–winning team.”


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