It appears Eric Berry’s treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma continues to go well. Berry’s younger brother Evan — a sophomore defensive back for the Tennessee Volunteers — told the media Tuesday in Knoxville that his older brother, a safety for the Chiefs, was doing well as he undergoes treatment.
It appears Eric Berry’s treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma continues to go well. Berry’s younger brother Evan — a sophomore defensive back for the Tennessee Volunteers — told the media Tuesday in Knoxville that his older brother, a safety for the Chiefs, was doing well as he undergoes treatment. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
It appears Eric Berry’s treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma continues to go well. Berry’s younger brother Evan — a sophomore defensive back for the Tennessee Volunteers — told the media Tuesday in Knoxville that his older brother, a safety for the Chiefs, was doing well as he undergoes treatment. File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Battling cancer, Chiefs safety Eric Berry ‘doing really good,’ brother says

April 07, 2015 09:02 PM

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