Chiefs Hall of Fame of offensive lineman Will Shields (left) discussed his new nonprofit, The Will To Do It Foundation, with reporters, including Greg Echlin, during a news conference Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, at 68’s Inside Sports. Shields’ charity received a grant from Aetna and will sponsor 50 children for a weeklong camp this summer that teaches about a healthy lifestyle and fitness.
Chiefs Hall of Fame of offensive lineman Will Shields (left) discussed his new nonprofit, The Will To Do It Foundation, with reporters, including Greg Echlin, during a news conference Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, at 68’s Inside Sports. Shields’ charity received a grant from Aetna and will sponsor 50 children for a weeklong camp this summer that teaches about a healthy lifestyle and fitness. Tod Palmer tpalmer@kcstar.com
Chiefs Hall of Fame of offensive lineman Will Shields (left) discussed his new nonprofit, The Will To Do It Foundation, with reporters, including Greg Echlin, during a news conference Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, at 68’s Inside Sports. Shields’ charity received a grant from Aetna and will sponsor 50 children for a weeklong camp this summer that teaches about a healthy lifestyle and fitness. Tod Palmer tpalmer@kcstar.com

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