Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt (center) reacted to cheers from the crowd during an assembly Tuesday at Sunset Valley Elementary School in Lee’s Summit. Colquitt was on hand to present $10,000 in grants to Sunset Valley and Lee’s Summit elementary schools from the NFL’s Fuel Up to Play60 program.
Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt (center) reacted to cheers from the crowd during an assembly Tuesday at Sunset Valley Elementary School in Lee’s Summit. Colquitt was on hand to present $10,000 in grants to Sunset Valley and Lee’s Summit elementary schools from the NFL’s Fuel Up to Play60 program. Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt (center) reacted to cheers from the crowd during an assembly Tuesday at Sunset Valley Elementary School in Lee’s Summit. Colquitt was on hand to present $10,000 in grants to Sunset Valley and Lee’s Summit elementary schools from the NFL’s Fuel Up to Play60 program. Kansas City Chiefs

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