A Chiefs division rival will be a central figure at the 47th annual NFL 101 Awards.
Oakland Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack was chosen AFC defensive player of the year, and coach Jack Del Rio was picked as AFC coach of the year.
The Dallas Cowboys also scored big with rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott selected as NFC offensive player of the year and Jason Garrett as the top NFC coach.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was chosen AFC offensive player of the year for the fifth time, and Giants safety Landon Collins was NFC defensive player of the year.
The 101 Awards annually honors outstanding achievements in the NFL and winners are based on the votes of 101 national media members. It is the longest-running annual salute to professional football.
In addition to the national winners, two Chiefs will be honored. Those winners weren’t announced on Wednesday.
The awards program will take place Feb. 26 at Westin Crown Center.