Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has checked off some major milestones for his Hall of Fame resume heading into the 2020 NFL season. However, it appears there are some that feel there is nothing more to be done should he decide to hang his cleats up today.

Former Chiefs running back Spencer Ware is among those that are adamant that Patrick Mahomes would be enshrined in Canton should he suddenly opt to retire, via TMZ:

“I think so. I mean, breaking records and then having MVP and then also going to the big show and then finishing, and it was the way that he did it,” Ware told TMZ Sports. “He showed that he can come back. He showed that he can make adjustments during the game, and that’s a mature move right there. He played grown-man ball.”

It is easy to see why Ware would be on the side of Patrick Mahomes establishing himself as an immediate Hall of Famer. After all, he got to witness his emergence firsthand as a rookie taking notes to an NFL MVP and Super Bowl champion during his time in Kansas City from 2015-19.

There is no question that Patrick Mahomes has already met many of the requirements that come with being inducted. This could raise the question regarding whether or not it would be a first-ballot bid.

While there are still some that feel it is still far too early too decide, Chiefs’ fans can take solace in the fact that his historic 10-year contract extension ensures he has ample time to make his case.

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