Chiefs Links: WRs Help Local Students “Catch” Healthy Habits

The Kansas City Chiefs wide receivers were recently making a difference as part of the “Chiefs Community Caring Team.” During a stop at Frank Rushton Elementary in Kansas City, Kansas, the WRs spoke about the benefits of eating right and getting at least 60 minutes of activity a day. Following that, the seven Red and Gold WRs led the students in an obstacle course to support the school’s participation in the “Chiefs Play 60 Challenge.”

“This was a lot of fun,” noted WR Lance Long. “The kids took this obstacle course very seriously. It was great to see them all enjoying themselves while they were exercising. I think the funny part is that a lot of them didn’t even realize being active could be so much fun.”


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