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Joe Thuney Makes History with Fourth Super Bowl Ring

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Joe Thuney Makes History With Fourth Super Bowl Ring

Former NC State offensive guard Joe Thuney added another milestone to his impressive NFL career, securing his fourth Super Bowl ring despite the Kansas City Chiefs falling short in this year’s championship game.

Thuney’s achievement places him in esteemed company among legendary players enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame like Tom Brady, Joe Montana, Mel Blount, and others.

With this fourth ring, Thuney is now tied for the third-most Super Bowl rings in NFL history, standing as the active player with the most championship wins.

Thuney’s journey to this historic feat began when he started his career by blocking for Tom Brady, the quarterback with the most Super Bowl rings, first with the New England Patriots and then later for Patrick Mahomes with the Chiefs.

Expressing his gratitude for the opportunities he’s had, Thuney remarked, “I have to pinch myself. It’s remarkable. I can’t believe it. Just so fortunate to get drafted by the Patriots. Spent great years there. Signed with the Chiefs. What an organization as well. I gotta pinch myself. It’s just… It’s insane.”

Despite missing the Super Bowl due to injury, Thuney’s impact on the Chiefs’ success throughout the season was undeniable. He received First-Team All-Pro honors for the first time in his career, adding to his impressive list of accolades that includes Pro Bowl appearances and All-Rookie Team recognition.

Throughout his eight-year NFL career, Thuney has started in 129 games, reached the Super Bowl five times, and emerged victorious on four occasions, showcasing his consistency and excellence on the field.

As a former third-round pick out of NC State, where he played under coaches Dave Doeren and Matt Canada, Thuney has proven himself as one of the top left guards in the league, providing critical protection for elite quarterbacks like Brady and Mahomes.

At just 31 years old and with one year remaining on his contract with the Chiefs, Thuney’s future in the NFL looks promising as he continues to be a key figure in Kansas City’s quest for sustained success under head coach Andy Reid.

Rachel Adams

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