Patrick Mahomes II was uninjured after being robbed Friday, according to the Smith County Sheriff's office in Texas.
"We believe this offense was a completely random act and the suspect had no idea who he was robbing," Sgt. Darrell Coslin said. "He wasn't being targeted or anything."
The Kansas City Chiefs selected Mahomes out of Texas Tech with the 10th pick in the NFL draft last month.
"[Mahomes] and some of his friends had been out to a baseball game earlier that evening here in Tyler [Texas]," Coslin said. "After the baseball game was over, he and his friends returned to one of the residences. They had pulled into the driveway and were exiting the vehicle when a suspect pulled in behind them and blocked them in. He exited his vehicle and approached them on foot, acting as if he was armed with a handgun.
"The suspect then demanded property from the four victims and after the robbery was complete he got in his vehicle and left the location. No one was injured. At that point in time we received a 911 call reporting the incident. We had a deputy respond to the location. After obtaining the suspect's vehicle information and the suspect's description, deputies were able to locate the suspect's vehicle a short distance away. The property from the victims was found in the suspect's vehicle so it was recovered."