CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -Kansas City's Tony Gonzalez broke the NFL's career record for yards receiving by a tight end Sunday.
Gonzalez entered the Chiefs' game at Carolina 3 yards shy of Shannon Sharpe's 5-year-old record of 10,060 yards. He surpassed the mark on Kansas City's second offensive series by catching a 6-yard pass from Damon Huard late in the first quarter.
The 12th-year pro and nine-time Pro Bowler has at least one reception in 120 straight games.

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