- Seventh-year offensive lineman enters his second season with the Chiefs in 2022.
- Became the first player in NFL history to start in the Super Bowl in each of his first three seasons in the NFL, starting at left guard in Super Bowls LI, LII and LIII for the New England Patriots.
- Started every game in his first season with the Chiefs and only allowed 1.0 sacks.
- Originally entered the NFL as a third-round pick (78th overall) by the Patriots in the 2016 NFL Draft.
- Named second-team AP All-Pro following the 2019 season.
- Named to the PFWA All-Rookie Team following the 2016 season.
- Selected to the New England Patriots 2010s All-Decade Team at guard.
Signed by Kansas City (3/17/21) ... Re-Signed by New England (3/19/20) ... Originally entered the NFL as a third-round pick (78th overall) by the New England Patriots in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Joe Thuney: "They have one of the best defenses" | Super Bowl LVII Press Conference
OL Joe Thuney speaks to the media ahead of Super Bowl 57 against the Philadelphia Eagles
Joe Thuney: "You just keep building and building." | Press Conference 7/28
OL Joe Thuney speaks with the media at Chiefs Training Camp
Joe Thuney Catches Ball in Mid-Air After Strip-Sack on Patrick Mahomes
Kansas City Chiefs offensive guard Joe Thuney catches a fumble from quarterback Patrick Mahomes to avoid a turnover.
Joe Thuney: "There's always stuff to improve on" | Press Conference 10/8
OL Joe Thuney speaks to the media
Joe Thuney: "Any time you get a bunch of reps together, it helps with communication" | Press Conference 8/23
OL Joe Thuney speaks to the media ahead of the Chiefs preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings
Joe Thuney Mic'd Up: "Will there be a golf cart?" | Chiefs Training Camp 2021
OL Joe Thuney had the mic on during practice at Chiefs Training Camp in St. Joseph, Missouri.
Joe Thuney: "It's great to be a part of this group" | Camp Press Conference 7/28
OL Joe Thuney speaks to the media at Chiefs 2021 Training Camp.
Joe Thuney: "The locker room is a hard working group" | Press Conference 6/10
G Joe Thuney speaks with the media following OTA workouts.
Joe Thuney and Kyle Long Become Kansas City Chiefs
Offensive linemen Joe Thuney and Kyle Long both signed with the Chiefs in the 2021 free agency period.
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Offensive Line Career
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