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In 2007, Gonzalez continued his productivity in spite of the generally poor play of the Chiefs' offense.
Though the Chiefs finished at or near the bottom in most major offensive categories, Gonzalez led the Chiefs and all NFL tight ends in receptions (99) and receiving yards (1,172) while being named to his ninth straight Pro Bowl.
Starting late in 2006, Gonzalez began to close in on numerous team and league receiving records.
In 2006, Gonzalez broke wide receiver Otis Taylor's Chiefs team receiving yards and touchdowns mark, and also passed running back Priest Holmes for the team yards from scrimmage record.
From 2003 to 2006, Gonzalez was the most productive tight end in the NFL.