Former Chiefs RT Andrew Wylie pens emotional goodbye to Kansas City

After spending six seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, Andrew Wylie is officially moving on to join the Washington Commanders under Eric Bieniemy.

A former undrafted free agent out of Eastern Michigan who landed with the Chiefs in 2017 after bouncing around several different practice squads, Wylie made a career, life and home in Kansas City. With a new chapter ahead of him, Wylie took to Instagram to pen a goodbye to the Chiefs Kingdom, his teammates, his coaches and the staff.

Check it out:

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.

To the fans, I can’t thank you enough for always showing up, being passionate, and cheering loud no matter what.

To my teammates, thank you for all the friendship, good times, and laughs. We did things that no one can ever take away from us!

To Coach Reid, Brett Veach, & Andy Heck, thank you for bringing in an undrafted rookie on his 4th practice squad of the year and coaching me up to play this game at the standard y’all set.

Some of the best times in my life have happened in this city and I am forever grateful. Until next time KC!

A quick scroll through the comment section will show just how beloved Wylie was by his teammates. Players such as Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, Trey Smith, Willie Gay Jr., Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Creed Humphrey, Jerick McKinnon and Jody Fortson have all already responded to wish him the best.

Godspeed No. 77.

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire