New Orleans native Tyrann Mathieu is coming off of a magical season winning a super bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs in his seventh season. Mathieu was looked at as the heart & soul of that Chiefs defense finishing the year with 75 tackles, 2 sacks, and 4 INTs.
The St. Augustine alum was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the third round of the 2013 draft where he spent five seasons. He then spent one year with the Houston Texans in 2018 before signing with the Chiefs last off-season.
Mathieu, nicknamed “The Honey Badger” and “The Landlord” has been a fan favorite everywhere he has been, large part because of the adversity he has had to overcome & his infectious personality.
Mathieu & his longtime coach/mentor Del-Lee Collins took the time out to do a zoom interview with G-Sportz to discuss winning the super bowl, overcoming adversity, being overlooked coming out of high school & much more.
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