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Patrick Mahomes' brother, Jackson, apologizes for TikTok dance on Sean Taylor's number

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Jackson Mahomes, the younger brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, apologized for a TikTok video he posted on Sunday showing him dancing on Sean Taylor's retired number.

During their game against the Chiefs at FedEx Field, the Washington Football Team retired No. 21 in honor of Sean Taylor, the No. 5 overall pick in the 2004 NFL draft and a two-time Pro Bowl safety who was murdered in 2007 at the age of 24. Part of the team's celebration of Taylor included the No. 21 painted on the sideline of the field.

Jackson Mahomes, who has more than 990,000 followers on TikTok, typically posts videos on the social media app of him dancing at Chief games. In a now deleted video, the social media influencer posted a video of himself performing a dance while standing on the painted No. 21. The video has been viewed more than 1 million times in recordings of it on Twitter.

Since then, numerous people on TikTok and Twitter have called out Mahomes for his "disrespectful" behavior.

On Sunday night, Mahomes tweeted out an apology for the video, saying that he was directed to stand in the area and he, "meant absolutely no disrespect to him or his family." Other Twitter posts showed multiple people standing in the area alongside Mahomes.

This isn't the first time the younger brother of the Super Bowl 54 MVP has come under fire this season.

After the Chiefs' 36-35 road loss to the Baltimore Ravens, Mahomes was seen pouring bottles of water on Ravens fans. He responded to the video by saying, "they were thirsty."

Patrick Mahomes responded to that incident by saying video didn't show what was said to his brother and his fiancée, Brittany Matthews, but it was, "something that we don’t want to necessarily do."

Follow Jordan Mendoza on Twitter: @jordan_mendoza5.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Jackson Mahomes apologizes for TikTok dance on Sean Taylor number