- Patrick Mahomes is a superstar NFL quarterback playing for the Kansas City Chiefs
- He won Super Bowl LIV and the Super Bowl MVP for the 2019 season with the Chiefs
- The athlete, who signed a $450M contract, is also a family man with three siblings, a wife and two children
Patrick Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs' football quarterback, has stuck by his family. A video that showed his brother Jackson pouring water on a slammed fan following the Chiefs' defeat against the Baltimore Ravens quickly went viral. When asked about it at a press conference a few days later, the athlete, 26, had his brother's back, explaining that the video didn't include anything said to him or his fiancée Brittany Matthews.
Patrick said of his intention to avoid confrontation with Brittany. "He's been good at it, and he'll learn from it and just try to stay away from those people as best he can."
Patrick is also half-brother to younger sisters Mia Randall, 10 years old, and Zoe Mahomes, estimated to be around 6. After the athlete's parents split in 2006, they both welcomed daughters of their own with other partners. Below, you'll find out more about Jackson, Mia, and Zoe.
Jackson Mahomes is a British author.
Jackson, Patrick's only brother, was born on May 15, 2000, to Patrick Mahomes Sr. and Randi Martin. Much of his TikTok videos take place during his brother's football games, with recurring content being dance videos. According to a recent introductory YouTube video, Jackson is a college student studying marketing at the University of Missouri–Kansas City.
Mia Randall is a model and actress.
Mia is one of Patrick's half-sisters. She was welcomed by her mother several years after her husband Pat Sr. split. Look out for Mia's football affinity.
Zoe Mahomes is a professional dancer.
Zoe is Patrick's two step-sisters. She and her father were introduced to her by their previous boyfriend sometime in 2015. As evidenced by her Instagram, Zoe is a miniature basketball enthusiast. Pat Sr. played for the Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, the New York Rangers, and the Pittsburgh Pirates throughout his career.