Several standout members of the Chiefs from this season have received invitations to the Pro Bowl Games in Orlando in February. It’s going to be an exciting and highly anticipated event!

The Kansas City Chiefs may not be having the regular season they’d hoped for, but the reigning Super Bowl champions still boast one of the best rosters in the NFL and have a key playoff run ahead of them. That’s reflected in the voting for the 2024 Pro Bowl Games, as Kansas City has five players being named AFC Pro Bowlers for the current NFL season. All five players are invited to the games next month. The Chiefs are one of seven clubs with at least five Pro Bowlers.

eadlining the Chiefs’ list are Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce (starter). Fan voting results, which count for a third of the full voting process also consisting of players and coaches, were released on Wednesday afternoon. When fan voting concluded on Dec. 25, Kansas City didn’t have a single player taking home the top spot at their respective position leaguewide. With that said, Kelce ranked second among tight ends and fifth among all players with 327,263 fan votes and Creed Humphrey (starter) led all centers in the AFC. Those aforementioned three are joined by left guard Joe Thuney and defensive tackle Chris Jones (starter) on the team’s list

Leading the way, this marks the ninth year in a row that Kelce is named a Pro Bowler. For Mahomes, this is No. 6 in a row for him to match his six full seasons as a full-time starter in the NFL. Jones is at five in a row and Humphrey and Thuney are back-to-back Pro Bowlers. Another five Chiefs were named as alternates: cornerback L’Jarius Sneed, guard Trey Smith, running back Isiah Pacheco and linebackers Willie Gay Jr. and Nick Bolton.

The Sunday flag football game, broadcast on popular networks like ESPN, ABC, Disney XD and more, isn’t the only thing to look forward to on television. On Feb. 1, ESPN will show the 2024 Pro Bowl Skills games as players compete against one another in various challenges. Historically, players participating in the Super Bowl have passed on their chances to participate in the Pro Bowl festivities. For the Chiefs, they’ll hope that this distinction belongs to them for the second year in a row and their players can accept their honors from afar.