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  • Eric Berry talks next season, Pro Bowl and Sophie Schneider

    Chiefs safety Eric Berry wants to be in Kansas City next season, won't play in the Pro Bowl and went to Mission Trail Middle School in Olathe to greet NFL Play 60 Super Kid Sophie Schneider, a seventh-grader.

Chiefs safety Eric Berry wants to be in Kansas City next season, won't play in the Pro Bowl and went to Mission Trail Middle School in Olathe to greet NFL Play 60 Super Kid Sophie Schneider, a seventh-grader. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Chiefs safety Eric Berry wants to be in Kansas City next season, won't play in the Pro Bowl and went to Mission Trail Middle School in Olathe to greet NFL Play 60 Super Kid Sophie Schneider, a seventh-grader. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

Chiefs safety Eric Berry says he hopes to stay in Kansas City

January 25, 2017 7:00 PM