The Kansas City Chiefs are again on top of the NFL world, with superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes and company winning another Super Bowl title under veteran head coach Andy Reid.
As a result of another title won by the Chiefs, the franchise has an opportunity to go to the White House and meet the president, which has not been the most popular thing to do for champions in professional sports over the past half-decade or so, nor was it possible the last time the Chiefs won it all.
Back in 2020, when the Chiefs got the best of the San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City couldn’t go to the White House because of the pandemic, but that won’t stop them this time around, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs are set to visit the White House on Monday. The Chiefs did not visit the White House after their Super Bowl LIV victory in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 4, 2023
After visiting Joe Biden and his staff in Washington D.C. on Monday, the Chiefs will get back to work to prepare for the 2023 NFL season and try to repeat as Super Bowl champions once again.
Although the Chiefs are considered to be a title contender with a legitimate shot of repeating as of right now, the team has lost some players in NFL free agency, especially in the receiving corps, with Mecole Hardman and JuJu Smith-Schuster choosing to leave Kansas City.
With Mahomes and fellow superstar Travis Kelce still arguably in the prime of their careers and Reid still calling the shots on the sideline, the Chiefs will remain relevant and a force to be reckoned with in the AFC and a title contender until it is proven otherwise.NEXT: The Chiefs Stand Alone With An Elite NFL Streak