He's one of the best right tackles in the National Football League, and now he's a member of the Kansas City Chiefs.
But before he signed with the team, Mitch Schwartz, who spent the previous four seasons with the Cleveland Browns, already knew a little bit about what makes this place special.
• His brother, Geoff, who is also an offensive lineman, spent the 2013 season with the Chiefs.
• He has played at Arrowhead Stadium twice in his career (2013, 2015).
• In 2012, his rookie season, Schwartz's offensive coordinator with the Browns was Brad Childress, who is now the co-offensive coordinator here in Kansas City.
Not long after he signed his contract with the Chiefs, Schwartz sat down for a one-on-one interview to talk a little bit about what helped him make the decision to continue his career in Kansas City.
He talks barbecue, Andy Reid's offense and his first impression of the tailgates at Arrowhead Stadium as a member of the Browns back in 2013.