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By now, you likely know of Chiefs TE Tony Gonzalez saving a man's life (a Charger fan, oddly) in a California restaurant by performing the Heimlich. You may not remember that back in November 2000, Gonzalez ran into a camerman along the sidelines; the camerman had a seizure. When he was taken to the hospital, they discovered a brain tumor that might have killed him had it gone undetected. In a way, Gonzalez saved his life as well. In addition to his accomplishments on the field, he's always been a class act off it; it's time to celebrate him.

Since the best source for NFL player videos is NFL.Com, here's his video page from that site.
The dude isn't afraid to go across the middle.
Or make a Thanksgiving commercial for the NFL.
If you're interested in what Tony thinks is sexy, check this out.
If you're interested in a rather open interview with Maxim.Com, go here.
Damon Huard to Tony Gonzalez, Tecmo stylz.
Nice mix of Tony, Priest Holmes, and Larry Johnson. Man, the Chiefs should be better.
A 2007 Chiefs recap.
Man on the Street piece from the Chiefs training camp.
Tony Gonzalez's work with the United Way.
Tony teaches you how to make a vegan shake.
Brian Baldinger talking Chiefs on "The Chiefs Endzone Show."
Tony's Wiki.
His Football Reference page.
More info on his vegan lifestyle.
The Tony Gonzalez Foundation.
He was a judge on Oprah's Big Give.
USA Today currently has him as the second best TE in the NFL.
This extremely detailed piece from Pro Football Reference has him as the second best TE of all-time.
A look back at him setting the TD record for tight ends.
His profile from the Latino Legends in Sports site.
His Fantasy Football value explained.
How ridiculous is it that Gonzalez almost played at Cal with Jason Kidd?
No idea what this is, but it seems interesting.
Herm talks about this season and Tony's role.