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    Missouri Governor Eric Greitens visited the Kansas City Chiefs training camp on Friday and spoke to the team after practice. Greitens boldly predicted a Chiefs Super Bowl win following the practice.

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens visited the Kansas City Chiefs training camp on Friday and spoke to the team after practice. Greitens boldly predicted a Chiefs Super Bowl win following the practice. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Missouri Governor Eric Greitens visited the Kansas City Chiefs training camp on Friday and spoke to the team after practice. Greitens boldly predicted a Chiefs Super Bowl win following the practice. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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