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Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom today.
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The Kansas City Star discusses George Brett, Tom Watson, and John Dorsey’s sad relationship with ALS.
“You never want to see your parent like that at the end of their life. That’s the emotional part of it; you have that lasting picture in your head of how she was at the end, and that was just one part of her life.
Arrowhead Pride discusses Dwayne Bowe’s place in Chiefs history (so far).
In terms of his place in team history, Bowe has very few, if any, peers. Otis Taylor was a great receiver and generations of Chiefs fans will likely debate Bowe vs. Taylor for the team’s best wide receiver of all time.
Will Shields is hosting youth camp in Mississippi at the end of July.
Herbie Teope has a mailbag of questions to answer.
Two non-football stories:
– Many of the quotes from this article did not set well with fans of the U.S. national team.
– Sunday was an eventful one for the Royals ball boy.