Last NameSportCountryYear Inducted

Sport: Football
Inducted: 2024
Country: USA
Born: June 8, 1989 in California, USA

Mitchell Schwartz

Mitchell Schwartz was a four-time All-Pro offensive tackle in the National Football League, 2012-2020. Schwartz won numerous college football awards as a star tackle on the Cal Berkeley Golden Bears. Drafted by the Cleveland Browns, he was named to the NFL's All Rookie Team in 2012.

Moving on to the Kansas City Chiefs in 2016, Schwartz was named to All-Pro second teams in 2016, 2017 and 2019. In 2018, he was named first-team All-Pro. His 2019 Chiefs team won the Super Bowl over the San Francisco 49ers. Schwartz did not miss a snap for 121 consecutive games over eight seasons – at the time the longest iron-man streak among NFL players.

He was named to CBS Sports' NFL All-Decade Team of the 2010s.

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