Video surfaced this week of Mahomes playing basketball, leading the Chiefs to issue the edict.
After a video of Patrick Mahomes playing basketball went viral, Chiefs fans were awed - and concerned - that he was playing a little too competitively.
Looking for ways to protect the young quarterback, Kansas City general manager Brett Veach said Thursday he had called Mahomes' agent to relay a message: Knock it off.
"The Kingdom can rest assure that we have that under control: no more basketball for Pat".
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"We were laughing but ... the problem with Pat is he does everything 100 miles per hour and is so dang competitive", Veach said.
Chiefs beat reporter Brooke Pryor tweeted that Veach added that the conversation he had with Mahomes was very lighthearted. He was just shooting around and all of a sudden it turns into a spin move and juking guys out.
That seems a little excessive, but when you're the 23-year-old MVP of the National Football League, it's reasonable for your franchise to be overprotective.
"You're breaking a lot of ankles out there, just make sure you're not breaking your own", Veach said.