Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Chris Conley is doing one last thing before he heads to St. Joseph for training camp, which begins Thursday of next week for veterans.
“The platform I’ve been given to play the game of football, I thoroughly believe is to love others and point them toward Christ,” Conley said, per KMBC. “I’ve received a lot of love from a lot of people over the four years that I have been here, and I kind of wanted to use that in a project and show the world how you can change the circumstances around you by simply loving your neighbor.”
Conley is encouraging all Kansas Citians to come out to be extras on his official Twitter account.
Need extras this Saturday in Kansas City from 6am to 12pm for a short film. If you are interested contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details. I’m excited to share this project with you.— Chris Conley (@_flight17_) July 16, 2018
Of course, Love Color isn’t the first movie Conley has made in his lifetime.
While he attended Georgia back in 2014, Conley filmed and directed the Star Wars-inspired film, Retribution.
If you head out to be an extra on Conley’s film, tweet us your pictures and videos @ArrowheadPride.