Photo of Patrick Mahomes’ Christmas Gift to Chiefs O-Line Goes Viral [LOOK]

Patrick Mahomes, Trey Smith

Getty Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes II celebrates with right guard Trey Smith in 2021.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes II revealed what fellow superstar Travis Kelce got him and his teammates for Christmas during an interview with Carrington Harrison this week.

Mahomes also noted that he got his offensive linemen “custom-fitted golf clubs” as a show of appreciation for the holidays. Last night on December 21, a photo of this expensive-looking present surfaced on Twitter via ESPN NFL reporter Jeff Darlington.

LOOK: Photo of Patrick Mahomes’ Christmas Gift to O-Line

Darlington shared the picture, voicing: “Pretty solid move by Patrick Mahomes, gifting all of his guys new sets of sticks!”

The tweet currently has nearly six thousand likes (and counting).

During the Audacy 610 Sports Radio (Kansas City) chat with Harrison on “The Drive,” Mahomes joked that “hopefully, [the O-line] can pick up their [golf] game” with the help of these new clubs and play a couple of rounds with him next year.

In case you were unaware, Mahomes is quite the golfer as well. He came up just short in the 2022 edition of Capital One’s “The Match,” partnered with Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen against NFL legends Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers, but the Chiefs signal-caller carried his pairing to the finish line.

Back to the Christmas gift — a custom-set of TaylorMade’s would be a dream present for most men, let alone athletes. It’s hard to figure out the exact cost of an entire pre-designed set because it depends on various factors, but it’s safe to say each one would normally run you over $1,500 per player (at least).

Of course, it’s very possible that Mahomes and TaylorMade Golf came to some sort of agreement to lessen the price.

Patrick Mahomes Shares NFL Honor With Josh Allen

Speaking of Mahomes and Allen, The Athletic named their NFL Persons of the Year and the pair of quarterbacks shared in the honor.

“The takeover has occurred. The summit is complete. The torch passed,” writer Mike Jones explained. “The face of America’s most popular professional sports league has changed.”

He continued: “It’s their league now. That has become abundantly clear this season as Mahomes, 27, and Allen, 26, both assumed even heavier loads of responsibility for their franchises — again and again, answering the call. Meanwhile, with an assist from Father Time, Mahomes and Allen have knocked Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers from their long-held perches. The kids have strengthened their stranglehold on the league while leaving each living legend to grasp for fading shreds of glory.”

Chiefs Kingdom may not love the idea of Mahomes and Allen holding this title together, but it’s another prestigious award for “PM15” nonetheless. Pro Bowler, All-Pro, Super Bowl champion, NFL MVP, Associated Press Offensive Player of the Year, Super Bowl MVP, 2022 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee, and now this. Quite frankly, there’s not much left for the KC superstar to accomplish besides more of each — like Brady with rings or Rodgers with MVPs.

After an injury to Hurts, Mahomes is once again the frontrunner for the MVP award in 2022. It would be his second time winning the league’s most coveted individual honor. The Chiefs are also a Super Bowl contender this season, as they are most seasons, and a strong playoff run would certainly bolster the young man’s all-time NFL legacy.

“Because of their impact on the game, both now and potentially in the future, Mahomes and Allen have been named The Athletic’s 2022 NFL Persons of the Year,” Jones concluded.