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Charges for DUI in Texas: Police Arrested NFL Star’s Father Patrick Mahomes Sr.

Pat Mahomes, Patrick Mahomes' father, arrested for 3rd DUI in Texas

Patrick Mahomes Sr. Charges for DUI in Texas

Patrick Mahomes Sr. Charges for DUI in Texas. (PHOTO: 103.5 KISS FM)

According to Today News, Pat Mahomes Sr. got into problems in Smith County, Texas. The Tyler Police Department charges for DUI in Texas on Saturday. This startling development highlights Mahomes Sr., the father of the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback. It illustrates that even close relatives of famous athletes may struggle. Mahomes family hasn’t commented on the incident.

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Dad Talks About Team Friends

Travis and Jason Kelce, who play for his son are family to Mahomes Sr. He recently talked about his bond with them on the news. There is no word on how his court problems will affect the Mahomes family’s bond with the Chiefs and their fans.

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Dad’s arrest makes the Super Bowl less fun.

Mahomes Sr. has cheered for his son at games, but his charges for DUI in Texas makes people worry about how it might affect the Chiefs’ plans for the Super Bowl. The sudden timing makes me wonder how it will affect the team’s focus and planning during this very important time.

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