KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Tony Gonzalez wants to know why Kansas City coaches refused to throw a short pass his way in the final minutes Sunday, leaving him 3 yards short of the career tight end receiving record.
Gonzalez did have a 10-yard touchdown catch in Sunday's 33-19 victory over the Denver Broncos. But he wanted to set the receiving record in front of family members and Chiefs fans at Arrowhead Stadium.
Gonzalez says he's disappointed that ``for whatever reason my number wasn't called at times.''

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