Travis Kelce, Mitchell Schwartz Earn All-Pro Honors

Kansas City Chiefs' tight end Travis Kelce and offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz were named to the Associated Press All-Pro Second Team on Friday morning.

Kelce hauled in 83 catches – which led all tight ends - for 1,038 yards and a career-high eight touchdowns this season. He became just the fifth player in franchise history to post back-to-back seasons with over 1,000 yards receiving, and the first since Dwayne Bowe from 2010-11.

The fifth-year tight end also earned All-Pro honors last season, making the first team.

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Schwartz was honored for a second-straight season as well, sharing the honor with the Carolina Panthers' Daryl Williams.

Tailback Kareem Hunt, wide receiver Tyreek Hill and cornerback Marcus Peters also received votes.

The Chiefs will be back on the field this Saturday as the Chiefs kick off the postseason against the Tennessee Titans. 

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