Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 7/3

KANSAS CITY MO - SEPTEMBER 13: Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders perform during the game against the San Diego Chargers on September 13 2010 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Good morning. Today's Kansas City Chiefs news has the Chiefs' Cheerleaders headed overseas, Ryan Succop getting hitched, and a look back at Star-Spangled Fails. Enjoy.

While overseas, the cheerleaders will visit hospitals, MWR Centers and multiple locations on bases for meet and greets during the day. The squad will perform a variety show for troops each evening and military personnel will get a chance to meet the women after each show.

In addition, the Chiefs have donated team t-shirts and hats for the cheerleaders to distribute to the men and women of our armed forces throughout the tour.

Chiefs Cheerleaders Head to Kuwait and Iraq for 12-Day Military Base Tour from The Mothership

The answer: the NFL and the Pro Football Hall of Fame should create an honor modeled after what baseball did for Buck. Build a life-sized statue and feature it prominently. Put all 1,200 names with the statue, paying special care to those who died in combat.

Use the draw of Tillman’s story to honor his memory and the sacrifices of so many others who choose to serve our country — football players or not.

Create an award named in Tillman’s honor for those in and around football who show extraordinary courage and sacrifice. Be picky, but every few years, honor a remarkable individual who otherwise might go unrecognized.

Pat Tillman Deserves A Special Tribute From The NFL from KC Star

As the lockout continues, we are taking a very personal look at some of the little known players on the roster that might be able to step up and provide help on the field during the 2011 season. We’ve featured WR Jerheme Urban, DT Anthony Toribio and OT Bobby Greenwood. This week its G Darryl Harris, one of the many SEC players that dot the Chiefs roster.

Player Profile - G Darryl Harris from Bob Gretz

Before the 2011 lockout, it was Brees' presence on the roster that convinced veteran defensive tackle Shaun Rogers, who was released by the Cleveland Browns, to select the Saints over the Kansas City Chiefs.

One person close to Rogers said that without Brees on the roster, Rogers would have signed elsewhere.

Most Influential Saints Player from The Daily Comet

Country act Eli Young Band angered fans at a Kansas City Chiefs game when lead singer Mike Eli forgot the words and had to stop to collect himself mid-song. He started over, but could barely be heard on top of the boos.

Biggest National Anthem Fails EVER from WTAM

Paige Marchant Cooper and Ryan Barrow Succop were united in marriage July 2, 2011 at Easley Presbyterian Church in Easley, South Carolina. The six o'clock ceremony was officiated by The Reverend Doctor William Seel and The Reverend Adrian Despres. A reception followed at the Poinsett Club in Greenville, South Carolina.

Paige Cooper & Ryan Succop from The Greenville News

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