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Despite the fact that a Jackson County official recently sounded the alarm regarding the...

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Despite the fact that a Jackson County official recently sounded the alarm regarding the possibility that budgetary problems in Kansas City could put the city in breach of its lease with the Chiefs, a source with knowledge of the situation has reminded us that the Hunt family has committed $125 million to Arrowhead Stadium renovations that are due to be completed in 2010. So, while the failure of Kansas City’s proposed budget to devote $2 million to the Truman Sports Complex might technically give the Chiefs the ability to declare the existence of a breach and leave for greener pastures, the pastures would have to be a lot greener to overcome the lost investment in the future of the place where the team has played since 1972.

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