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Chiefs stars Travis Kelce, Chris Jones earn NFLPA All-Pro honors

The Kansas City Chiefs’ players have started earning accolades for their performance in the 2023 regular season ahead of the team’s matchup against the Miami Dolphins in the AFC playoffs this weekend.

Star tight end Travis Kelce and sack-master Chris Jones were named to the NFLPA’s All-Pro team on Wednesday, marking an incredible accomplishment that is sure to put wind in their sails before the Chiefs’ elimination tilt on Saturday.

Kelce fell just short of eclipsing the 1,000-yard during the regular season, but was among the league’s best players at the tight end position, helping buoy the Chiefs’ offense through tough stretches in their 17-game schedule.

Jones, who missed Kansas City’s first game after holding out from training camp to re-negotiate a better contract, secured 10.5 sacks over the course of the season, cementing his spot as the Chiefs’ top pass rusher.

Both players have been foundational pieces to Kansas City’s budding dynasty and will have a chance to further add to their legacies on Saturday against the Dolphins.

Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire