Mitchell Schwartz made a living protecting Patrick Mahomes. Now, he shares the secrets behind Mahomes’ underhand shovel in the latest episode of the Grumpier OL Show.
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 possible game without 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 named Los Angeles City Lineman of the Year after his senior season, and was also an all-league pitcher on the baseball team.
Joe Thomas and Mitchell Schwartz break down Broncos lineman Garett Bolles’ diving (and failing) tackle attempt that ended in a viral moment.
Former NFL tackles Mitchell Schwartz and Joe Thomas explain why, for NFL players, international trips to play games in London and Mexico City aren’t so much chances to explore another country as they are just another road game, during this episode of The 33rd Team’s Grumpier OL Show.
DK Metcalf was carted to the locker room in the middle of the team’s game against the Lions for a bathroom break on Sunday. Analysts Joe Thomas and Mitchell Schwartz explain what happens for linemen when “duty” calls.
Joe Thomas and Mitchell Schwartz have a laugh at the Miami Dolphins’ butt punt from Sunday’s win over Buffalo, and some historic bloopers.
Joe Thomas and Mitchell Schwartz share insight and discuss what it’s like to play as a lineman in the NFL.
Justin Herbert proved his toughness in front of a national audience against the Kansas City Chiefs. Former Chief Mitchell Schwartz discusses how impressive it was for Herbert to show that while willing his team to a win. Schwartz also hasn’t forgotten how this was a talking point during the young quarterback’s draft process.
Following Thursday night’s AFC West showdown between Kansas City and the Los Angeles Chargers, analysts Mike Martz, Mitchell Schwartz and Rich Gannon provided their biggest takeaways from the Chiefs’ 27-24 win. A Pick-Six Changed the Tide “Both quarterback and wide receiver were at fault, but Herbert has to be able to see throws in that […]