At halftime of what will likely be the final game of his 17-year career on Sunday, 13-time Pro Bowl tight end Tony Gonzalez was honored with a special half-Chiefs, half-Falcons helmet signed by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
— Jay Adams (@FalconsJAdams) December 27, 2013
Gonzalez played in Kansas City for 12 years before getting traded to Atlanta in 2009. He recorded 916 of his 1,325 career catches (2nd all-time) with the Chiefs and 409 more during his five-year tenure with the Falcons. The only player with more career receptions is Jerry Rice.
He caught four passes in for 56 yards in his last game.