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The love poured in for Mitch Holthus after calling his 400th Chiefs game Monday night

Official voice of the Chiefs, Mitch Holthus, got to ring in his 400th game with a Chiefs win Monday night in Denver.

The “Voice of the Chiefs,” Mitch Holthus, who has been with the team’s network since 1994 and is famous in the city for his “TOUCHDOWN, KAN-SAS CITY!” call, called his 400th game on Monday night, as the Chiefs defeated the Broncos in a thrilling 27-23 comeback victory.

The beloved announcer undoubtedly received a lot of love and congratulations from former Chiefs players, fans and more following the night.

From former Chief Jamaal Charles:

And, of course, in Denver:

From old friend BJ Kissel of Chiefs dot com:

And from supporters all over Kansas City:

Congrats, Mitch.

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