Three Days of Chiefs: Monday Night Football Tour Driven by GMC and ESPN Monday Night Football Chalk Talk

I am kind of late with this, but it's something I promised Joel I'd post after the weekend. Better late than never as I always say!  

Those of you that have seen my limited number of posts know that my story writing skills are pretty remedial, I'd rather let pictures do the talking.  So, without further ado, here are some pictures from Saturday through Monday of your favorite Chiefs, past and present.


Saturday morning at Oak Park Mall began with Christian Okoye signing autographs.  I forgot my digital camera, so a phone pic will have to do.  Christian is a "gentle giant", he was willing to sign as many things as fans wanted and pose for photographs.


Steve Breaston had to cancel his autograph session.  He said that the practice schedule conflicted, so here's a pic of him tearing it up in Indianapolis.


Eric Berry was last on the slate for signing autographs on Saturday.  However, they weren't allowing any still photography because of his injury.  He did videotape some answers to tweeted questions for GMC, so I'm not sure what's up with that.  Anyway, this is what Eric looks like while signing autographs.  This was taken during the open practice at Arrowhead held for season ticket holders.


Dwayne Bowe got things started on Sunday.  I must say he was wearing a sweet ass shirt that I'd love to have.  It's a silhouette of none other but himself.  I believe the back had a small 82 and "Pro Bowl" on it.  Dwayne was also very accommodating to most fans requests.  He signed "The D. Bowe Show" for me.  He's a cool cat and quickly becoming one of my favorite Chiefs. 


Next up was Len Dawson.  He usually seems like a crab, at least when it comes to signing autographs, but he seemed to be in pretty good spirits on Sunday.  It's great to have an autograph from a Super Bowl winning quarterback and Hall of Fame player.


Now this young man definitely draws a crowd.  A lot of Chiefs faithful turned out to see Jamaal Charles.  He seemed to be in very good spirits and said the knee is doing great.  


This is Jamaal's blacked out Escalade in case you're wanting to stalk him or something.  


In case I've started to lose your attention, here's some eye candy for your viewing wait a second!


Here we go...eye candy for your viewing pleasure!


Prior to the start of Chalk Talk, I was able to get a shot of Kimble Anders.  Damn, I always loved those screen passes to Kimble!


Here's a shot of Nick Lowery prior to the start of the show.  The gentleman in the white shirt he's talking to is Ed Podolak.


Phylis Rivers made an appearance!


Kevin Kietzman of 810 WHB and Rachel Nichols of ESPN kicked off the show.


The hosts of Monday Night Football - Jon Gruden, Mike Tirico, and Ron Jaworski.


Chiefs greats - Priest Holmes, Dante Hall, and Donnie Edwards.


And I bid you farewell with a bit more eye candy.  - The End

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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