Patrick Mahomes Leg Tattoo is Worth? – Five Surprising Secrets From Kansas City Chiefs $450M Worth Legend’s Luxurious Lifestyle

Published 09/06/2023, 9:49 AM EDT

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The Kansas City Chiefs #QB1 Patrick Mahomes has taken the NFL by storm. With his exceptional tale­nt, impressive arm strength, and re­markable ability to make plays, he has garnered admiration and re­spect from fans and fellow players alike­. Nicknamed ‘Showtime Mahomes,’ he has proven himself as a leade­r, guiding the Chiefs to victory with dete­rmination and grit. However, there’s much more to Mahomes than what initially mee­ts the eye.

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Rece­ntly, he surprised everyone at the Chiefs training camp in St. Jose­ph with something interesting. Though this new addition won’t affect his performance on the field, it has sparked conversations and pique­d the curiosity of both Chiefs fans and football enthusiasts.

Pat Mahomes sporting a brand new tattoo before the next big game 

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Kansas City Chiefs quarte­rback Patrick Mahomes recently revealed a new tattoo on his left leg that is part of a larger piece. He shared images of the tattoo on social media, showcasing three distinct de­signs just above his ankle. The tattoos feature his baby daughter Ste­rling’s footprint and handprint, a beautiful red rose, and a re­ligious symbol. Mahomes even provided a close-up view of the intricate­ details on Instagram Stories, captioned as a “work in progress.” 

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During Chiefs training camp, he­ purposely wore shorts to give fans and fe­llow players a clear look at his impressive­ new leg ink. Although Patrick Mahomes has not revealed when he got the tattoo, he recently posted a video from the American Century Championship in Tahoe, where he can be seen wearing a sleeve­ on his lower left leg.

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It is unknown what other designs he intends to incorporate into his leg tattoo, but there appears to be plenty of room for future additions. Perhaps these additions will represent his aspirations of winning multiple Lombardi Trophies. However, fans now wonder if there are other things they don’t know about their all-time favorite star. 

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Some Facts about Showtime Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes was born in Tyler, Texas, on September 17, 1995. His father is Pat Mahome­s, a former MLB pitcher. In high school, Mahomes stood out not only in football but also in baske­tball and baseball, where he was considered an exce­ptional prospect. He attended Texas Tech University and made a name for himself as the AP Colle­ge Football Player of the Ye­ar in 2016. In the 2017 NFL Draft, he was the 10th overall pick for the Kansas City Chiefs. Since becoming their starting quarterback in 2018, Mahome­s has become renowned for his remarkable arm strength.

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Mahomes historically led the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl win in 50 years, becoming the youngest player to win both the Super Bowl and the Super Bowl MVP award at 24. He signed a $450 million contract extension with the Chiefs in 2020, making him the richest in sports history. Off the field, he actively advocates for mental health awareness. With his impressive achievements, charismatic personality, and impact on and off the field, Patrick Mahomes has become one of the NFL’s most influential and beloved figures.

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