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Eric Berry is so freakin’ inspiring in this postgame TV interview

Eric Berry is the best thing to happen to the Chiefs in a long time. Every time you hear him talk he says something more inspiring. The latest example came in his postgame interview with NBC. Berry appeared to get a little choked up talking about the kids that are in the hospital tonight because he was there two years ago.

Michele Tafoya: “Christmas means a lot more to you these days than it did a few years ago. Two years ago you spent Christmas in the ER. You were battling cancer back then and now things are much much different. We saw you kneeling in the end zone before the game reflecting.”

Eric Berry: “I always do that before the game just to give thanks man because at the end of the day it’s a great opportunity to be out here. I don’t ever want to forget that. For all the kids and everyone that’s in the hospital tonight, I want to do it for ya’ll, man. I know that feeling. I know how it is. I wanted to give everything I had today and ball out.”

Can we keep him forever?

Posted by Arrowhead Pride: For Kansas City Chiefs Fans on Sunday, December 25, 2016

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