“All Love Patty!!”: Patrick Mahomes Joins Hundreds in Happy Farewell for Outgoing Chiefs’ Tackle



The Kansas City Chiefs had all the luck to succeed. The franchise thrived while under pressure and defeated a superior opponent to become world champions. But as the 2023 offseason came, the Chiefs lost some key members. Eric Bieniemy headed off to the Washington Commanders. Andrew Wylie is also making his way to D. C. The athlete’s emotional goodbye brought several responses, including Patrick Mahomes.

Andrew Wylie opened his career as an undrafted agent out of East Michigan. He spent six seasons with the KC Chiefs after hopping around on several teams’ practice squads. Wylie flourished while competing for Kansas City. But he is heading to Washington to embrace his second chapter in life.

Patrick Mahomes and company drop well wishes for departing franchise tackle

After signing a three-year deal worth up to $24 million with the Commanders, the former Chiefs RT wrote an emotional goodbye to the franchise and its fans. He mentioned, “No words can express how much this city has meant to me. It truly has been home for me and my family the past 6 years.”


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The Instagram comments got loaded with thoughtful comments from the Chiefs Kingdom and franchise athletes.  Patrick Mahomes commented, “Love ya my brotha!! 💪🏽,” to which Wylie responded, “all love Patty!”  Travis Kelce said, “Love ya brotha!! Cherish all the years together man!! 🔥🔥🔥 too many memories!!”

Moreover, Eric Stonestreet said, “I’ll fedex you Harold’s anytime. ❤️”  Former Chiefs star Tyrann Mathieu commented, “Great run big guy!! ❤️”  Clyde Edwards-Helaire also said, “I’ll remember that last convo forever! Love You Wylie! 🤍”

Recently retired QB Chad Henne also commented, “Congrats buddy! Appreciate you. I’ll be cheering for ya! 👏👏”   Trey Smith, Willie Gay Jr., Creed Humphrey, and Jerick McKinnon also kept their good wishes for the athlete.
Will Andrew Wylie thrive in Washington after concrete Chiefs run?

Free agent Tackle Andrew Wylie is ultimately receiving his wish for a multi-year deal. The Washington Commanders are seeking to reclaim their days of glory and are making an overhaul to do so. The franchise already has Eric Bieniemy as offensive coordinator and would see a reunion among them.

Wylie’s tackling skills and dynamics are heavily effective. while with KC, he had 71 regular-season games with 59 starts. The athlete’s 2022-23 season was nothing less than flourishing, which led to the Chiefs’ SB LVII win.

The athlete would now take his skills to the Commanders. But will he help reclaim their long-lost glory? It is subject to witness.


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