Tight end Tony Gonzalez is a surefire, first-ballot Hall of Famer. No tight end in the history of the NFL has caught more passes (1,242) or tallied more receiving yards (14,268) than Gonzalez, who ranks second and seventh, respectively of all receivers

Tight end Tony Gonzalez is a surefire, first-ballot Hall of Famer. No tight end in the history of the NFL has caught more passes (1,242) or tallied more receiving yards (14,268) than Gonzalez, who ranks second and seventh, respectively of all receivers

The San Francisco 49ers defeated the Atlanta Falcons 28-24 and won the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, denying former Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez the only blank entry on his 16-year, Hall of Fame resume.

From the blog Shutdown Corner: It may get lost in the shuffle a bit if the Baltimore Ravens lose the AFC title game to the New England Patriots and Ray Lewis officially retires as well, but we may have just seen the final game

Tony Gonzalez, a special TE to Chiefs fans. January, 21, 2013. Jan 21. 2:20. PM ET. By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com. Recommend0 · Tweet0 · Comments0 · Email · Print · video. Sunday was an important day in Kansas City Chiefs' history even though it's been