Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife, Brittany, welcomed their first child in February 2021. They are currently expecting their second child. In the meantime, Sterling, their firstborn, has already starred in a commercial with her father.
The commercial featured clips of the star's playing career, dating back to high school. It also had overlapped images of him and other athletes wearing Oakley sunglasses, the company for whom the commercial is for.
This is likely the first of many commercials that will involve the Chiefs quarterback and his family.
In the video linked in the tweet below, Mahomes addressed his daughter.
"To my number one pick, welcome to life. You're already perfect and here's some advice. Stay focused, stay hungry, be loyal and lead. When the team feels like family, that's all that you'll need. There's only one you. You'll shine bright as a star. Just lead with your heart and be who you are."
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has one of the most lucrative sports contracts of all time. His contract runs for 10 years and is worth $450 million. The quarterback carries a net worth of over $40 million after just four years as a starter.
Another big reason for his net worth is his long list of endorsements. These include BioSteel, Adidas, Oakley, Head & Shoulders, State Farm, Bose, DirecTV, Essentia Water and Electronic Arts.
Is Patrick Mahomes capable of winning another MVP award?
The Chiefs star won MVP in 2018 and Super Bowl MVP in 2019. He finished third in MVP voting last season and is widely considered the best quarterback currently playing.
A single MVP doesn't exactly back that argument up, especially when Aaron Rodgers has won the last two awards. Mahomes is incredible, but to go down as one of the all-time greats, he might need a few more awards on his mantle.
That will have to begin this year, though he's not favored. Josh Allen is the current favorite to take home the award:
- Josh Allen +700
- Patrick Mahomes +800
- Tom Brady +900
- Aaron Rodgers +1000
- Justin Herbert +1000
- Joe Burrow +1300
- Russell Wilson +1600
- Matthew Stafford +1600
- Dak Prescott +1600
- Lamar Jackson +2000
- Kyler Murray +2200
- Deshaun Watson +2500
- Jalen Hurts +3000
The Chiefs leader is just behind him, though, despite the loss of his favorite wide receiver. Vegas doesn't seem all too concerned with the loss of Tyreek Hill for the Chiefs.