Mitchell Schwartz

Kansas City Chiefs #71

  • Born: 06/08/89
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 6'5"
  • Weight: 320
  • Seasons: 2012

Chiefs’ initial 53-man roster for 2021 revealed after cuts

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We’ll probably see some more moves in the next few days, but this is the starting point for the 2021 Chiefs roster.

How much cap space do the Kansas City Chiefs have in 2021?

We break down the projected available cap space in 2021 for the Chiefs and notable contract situations.

How many offensive linemen from Super Bowl LV will be on next year’s Chiefs roster?

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Our first offseason mailbag edition of the Arrowhead Pride Laboratory is here.

So, your favorite team lost the Super Bowl. What now?

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Our first general outlook at the Kansas City Chiefs offseason to come.

Arrowheadlines: The day we learned Patrick Mahomes wasn’t invincible

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Chiefs headlines for Wednesday, February 10

LOOK: Mitch Schwartz posts end-of-season thoughts to official Instagram account

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View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mitchell Schwartz (@mitchschwartz71) After never missing a start in his nine-year career, Chiefs right tackle...

Vote: What should the Bills do at right tackle in 2021 offseason?

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Daryl Williams played 96 percent of the Buffalo Bills’ snaps on offense in 2020, but he only signed a one-year deal a year ago. Ty Nsekhe played just 5 percent of the team’s snaps as the backup...

Super Bowl 55 aftermath: Thoughts on Chiefs-Bucs, awards, more

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Nick Falato reviews the 2021 Super Bowl

Free agent right tackles the Bills could sign

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Could any of these players replace Daryl Williams or Ty Nsekhe?

Contract projection for Buffalo Bills free-agent tackle Daryl Williams

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Williams earned a big payday in 2020.

Buccaneers prove to the Steelers, and the rest of the NFL, the importance of an offensive line

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If the Super Bowl taught us anything, it is the importance of having an offensive line.

Chiefs set to play Super Bowl with insanely inexpensive offensive line

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It’s Super Bowl Sunday and fans of the Seattle Seahawks are left to watch the game and decide whether they want to root for Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs or Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay...