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August 21, 2014 5:59 PM

Chiefs’ KC Wolf mascot reaches settlement after zip-line accident

Dan Meers, who performs as the Chiefs’ mascot, KC Wolf, reached a confidential settlement in a lawsuit regarding severe injuries he sustained last November while rehearsing a pre-game, zip-line routine at Arrowhead Stadium. The amount of the settlement and identity of the party are part of the confidentiality agreement, said Meers’ attorney, Tim Dollar, who emphasized the party was not the Chiefs.

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