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The Chiefs turned to the primetime lights of Monday Night Football for the first time in nearly three seasons eager to prove their 6-0 start to the 2003 campaign was no fluke. In addition to the proving ground that the MNF spotlight provided, Kansas City also had an opportunity to flush the season of the defending AFC Champion.

At 46, Hunt will be the second youngest owner in the room. There are owners with socks that are older than Lamar Hunt’s progeny. While he’s been going to these types of meetings for years with his father and everybody in the room knows him and his family, Hunt does not represent any particular constituency in the league.

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Pocket Mobility: “He is not overly nimble, but he does move well in the pocket. Moving in the pocket is more important than being able to scramble, I think he can throw on the run and he rolls out both to the left and to the right. He sees the field well and he is good at avoiding the rush.”

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