Kansas City Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz underwent back surgery on Wednesday and said that his “recovery process isn’t too long.”Schwartz posted pictures of himself in a hospital gown and face mask prior to the procedure on various social media accounts.”Injury update: I’m getting surgery today,” he wrote. “I was hoping to recover enough to get back for playoffs/Super Bowl but that didn’t happen. It’s time to address the issue. The recovery process isn’t too long, which is nice. Looking forward to a healthy 2021!”Schwartz, 31, had his streak of 134 consecutive regular-season starts end after leaving the Week 6 game against the Buffalo Bills with the back injury. It turned out to be season-ending even though Schwartz delayed surgery in case he could return for the postseason.Schwartz played his first four NFL seasons with the Cleveland Browns (2012-15) before joining Kansas City as a free agent.