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Social Recap: What Were the Chiefs Up To During the Bye?

The Chiefs used social media during their weeklong vacation

As the fifth week of the NFL season concludes, so does the Kansas City Chiefs bye week.

Here's what some of your favorite Chiefs were up to during their week off:

A man of many talents, offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif added another bullet point to his ever-expanding résumé in the form of Cirque du Soleil.

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif au Cirque du Soleil. Quand un colosse essaie de faire de la dentelle. Images exclusives aux #TJ 18h. #LDT

— Diane Sauvé (@DSauve_rc) October 7, 2016

Offensive lineman Mitchell Schwartz and fiancé visited our neighbors up north in Canada…

We're both "falling" for Canada...I'll let myself out 🍁🍂

A post shared by Mitchell Schwartz (@m_schwartz72) on

...while quarterback Tyler Bray and his wife escaped to NYC for the bye.

Great bye week trip with @jennifer_bray9 in New York.

A post shared by Tyler Bray (@tylerbray_9) on

Maybe a future in television? Linebacker Derrick Johnson also visited New York, in studio with former teammate Tony Gonzales and the rest of the NFL on CBS team.

Meanwhile, wide receiver Albert Wilson "hung loose" with some yoga in Maui.

Travis Kelce not only celebrated his 27th birthday over the bye. He also reflected on his football journey in his debut article for the Players' Tribune, titled "What You Don't Know About: Being A Tight End."

The definition of "no days off," linebacker Tamba Hali practiced his footwork with local Kansas City high school students.

Even K.C. Wolf got some bye week action, jersey swapping with Burnie of the Miami Heat during their preseason matchup against the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Sprint Center.

As bye week came to an end, cornerback Ron Parker was happy to be back in Kansas City.

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