Patrick Mahomes Downplays Response To Jackson's Legal Mess

This week the Super Bowl baller played it safe and mostly stayed mum on the sordid deets of his brother's legal dilemma in the midst of an ongoing assault case involving forced kissing.

Here's the most important part of the conversation that most local news outlets politely ignored . . .

"It's kind of a personal thing that I just want to keep to myself," Patrick said of Jackson's arrest in a May 24 press conference. "At the end of the day, I come here to play football and take care of my family at the same time. So just keep it to myself and just go out there and play football when I'm in the building."

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Patrick Mahomes Calls Brother Jackson's Arrest a "Personal Thing" - E! Online

"Obviously, I'm on a bigger stage but at the same time, it's your family," the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback continued. "You have to come in here and do a job, and that's what I try to do everyday." Jackson's arrest stemmed from an incident on Feb.

Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes on brother's legal woes: 'It's kind of a personal thing'

Two-time Super Bowl champion Patrick Mahomes avoided directly addressing brother Jackson's legal issues. The older Mahomes brother and star Kansas City Chiefs quarterback said he does not want to share his thoughts on the matter publicly. "Honestly, it's kind of a personal thing that I just kind of gotta keep to myself," Mahomes said when speaking to reporters Wednesday at Chiefs OTAs.

Patrick Mahomes not getting into brother Jackson's sexual battery case: 'Personal thing'

Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes declined to address the legal troubles currently engulfing his younger brother, stating in part how he wants to keep his thoughts on the matter to himself.

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