Mitchell Schwartz

All-Pro Offensive Tackle

Mitchell Schwartz is a former NFL offensive tackle who played nine seasons in the league (2012-2020). Schwartz was an All-Pro in 2018 and a Super Bowl LIV champion with the Kansas City Chiefs that same season.

Schwartz was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Schwartz played four seasons in Cleveland, starting every game and not missing a single snap.

In 2016, Schwartz signed a contract with the Kansas City Chiefs that made him one of the highest-paid right tackles in the league.

A true iron man at his position, Schwartz once had streaks of 120 consecutive games started and 7,894 consecutive snaps played.

Schwartz attended the University of California, Berkeley, where he started each of his 51 games from 2008-2011.

Schwartz hails from the state of California, where he attended Palisades Charter High School. He was selected Los Angeles City Lineman of the Year after his senior season. He also was an all-league pitcher on the baseball team.