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Chiefs quarterbacks visiting Kansas City firefighters today

The Kansas City Chiefs will be following up on Sunday’s remembrance of 9/11 by visiting a local firehouse. Specifically, the Chiefs quarterbacks will be visiting a firehouse in Kansas City, according to a Chiefs press release.

During this talk of the Chiefs national anthem demonstration and Marcus Peters raising his fist, I realized that a lot of people didn’t know that a different Chiefs position group does a community event every Tuesday, their day off. They are out in the community already, in addition to the things they said they wanted to do with community leaders after this demonstration. So I’m going to try to highlight some of those things more often.

This visit comes on the heels of Sunday when the Chiefs honored first responders and other law enforcement officers during pregame and halftime at the game.

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