Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes landed a spot on Justin Timberlake’s new album at the American Century Championship on Sunday.
NFL training camp is mere weeks away, which means that players are spending time working out individually or enjoying a bit of vacation. For Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, he is enjoying some golf at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship. For the tournament, Mahomes is teamed up with Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and music star Justin Timberlake.
On the final day of the event, Timberlake was interviewed by NBC Sports, where he mentioned that he is going to finish up his latest record that is “about 80-percent done.” Mahomes, who was standing next to Timberlake, asked if he could get a feature on the album, to which Timberlake said “let’s go.”
Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes lands a feature on Justin Timberlake’s latest album
If Timberlake is serious, he can guarantee that there will be a ton of records sold in the Kansas City area.
As for their showings in the golf tournament, Timberlake finished with a 30th-place tie alongside Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr and Fox News anchor Bret Baier after shooting 25 through three rounds, while Mahomes tied for 50th-place alongside Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly after shooting 15 through three rounds.
Former NBA player Vinny Del Negro won the 2021 American Century Championship after defeating former Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz in a playoff.
The Chiefs used the offseason to provide better protection at the line of scrimmage for Mahomes, who was pressured relentlessly by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their Super Bowl 55 loss. That should make Mahomes a happy man, as he is coming off a 2020 regular-season where he threw for 4,740 yards, 38 touchdowns and six interceptions while completing 66.3-percent of his passes.
Mahomes already landed a spot on the cover of EA Sports’ Madden NFL 22 video game, and now he seems to be getting featured on Timberlake’s latest album. What an offseason for the Chiefs signal caller.