Tony Gonzalez overcame many struggles. Thankfully, quarterback Warren Moon entered his life just in time to improve it.
Tony Gonzalez shared a prestigious award with Tiger Woods. But which California high school standout is more legendary?
While Tony Gonzalez is mostly associated with the Chiefs, his trade to the Falcons meant he spent the end of his career in Atlanta.
Tony Gonzalez’s NFL career began slowly. He says the key to his turnaround was leading the NFL in dropped passes.
Former tight end Tony Gonzalez may even be healthier now than he was in his NFL days thanks to one incredible health habit.
Tony Gonzalez was an incredible tight end in the NFL. But to get there, he borrowed his drive from his brother Chris Gonzalez.
Although the tight end is proud of his mixed heritage, many wrongfully classify Tony Gonzalez as a Mexican superstar.
Hall-of-Fame tight end and current football analyst Tony Gonzalez recalls the bully he never confronted in his younger days.
Tony Gonzalez thought he’d go pro on the hardwood before finding the gridiron. The two-sport athlete even played with Stephon Marbury.
Former Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez overcame depression and a loss of confidence early in his career.
Tony Gonzalez changed the tight end position in the NFL. He was a first ballot Hall-of-Famer. Has all this success led to a lot of wealth?
The NFL has a rich, albeit limited history of Hispanic players rising through the ranks to become some of the best to ever play football.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2019 includes many NFL players from the past 25 years. These are the most legendary ones.
Fourteen-time Pro Bowl Tight End Tony Gonzalez recently retired from the NFL to join CBS’s The NFL Today. He replaces Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe.