Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce headlines KC’s trio of first-team All-Pros

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce capped a record-setting 2020 regular season with high-shelf recognition. Kelce, whose 1,416 yards receiving established a single-season yardage record for a tight end in NFL history, on Friday garnered unanimous first-team All-Pro honors, as selected by The Associated Press. The Chiefs tight end is one of two players to receive a unanimous vote, joining Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald. Friday’s recognition marks the third time in Kelce’s eight-year career that he’s achieved All-Pro status (2016, 2018). In addition to his 1,416 yar…

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