Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes wants an invite to next year’s Tight End University summit

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Kansas City Chiefs tight ends Travis Kelce and Blake Bell are in Nashville, Tennesee with for the inaugural Tight End University summit.

The three-day summit runs from Wednesday, June 23 through Friday, June 25th. The first of its kind, the summit is an opportunity that will allow the leagues best at the tight end position to collaborate, mingle, exchange ideas and more. They’ll get a chance to hit the field, do some film work and even run a charity camp for the Boys & Girls Club. A total of 49 tight ends make up the inaugural Tight End University class.

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While Kelce and Bell are in attendance, there’s one Chiefs player on the outside looking in who wished he’d received an invite. No, we’re not talking about Nick Keizer or rookie TE Noah Gray, we’re talking about Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes. The superstar QB took to Twitter to let everyone know that he wants an invite to next year’s event.

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Mahomes probably won’t bring much to the table as a receiving tight end, as his career there has been pretty abysmal.

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He does know a thing or two about throwing passes to the best tight end in football, though. Since 2018, Mahomes and Kelce have combined for 305 receptions for just under 4,000 yards and 26 touchdowns. That’s more than any tight end-quarterback combination during that span. That experience with Kelce certainly could prove beneficial to a group of players that aspire to have that type of success.

Thankfully for Mahomes, he knows one of the co-organizers of the event pretty well. If he truly wants to be a part of the second Tight End University class, Kelce should be able to make that happen.

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