Clark Hunt, the Chiefs’ chairman, and Dorsey, the team’s general manager, flew into Atlanta on Monday to visit safety Eric Berry, 26, who is battling Hodgkin lymphoma. “We spent two hours together over his parents’ house, hung out with the whole family — mom, dad, brothers,” Dorsey said. “He was laughing, he was in good spirits.”
Clark Hunt, the Chiefs’ chairman, and Dorsey, the team’s general manager, flew into Atlanta on Monday to visit safety Eric Berry, 26, who is battling Hodgkin lymphoma. “We spent two hours together over his parents’ house, hung out with the whole family — mom, dad, brothers,” Dorsey said. “He was laughing, he was in good spirits.” File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Clark Hunt, the Chiefs’ chairman, and Dorsey, the team’s general manager, flew into Atlanta on Monday to visit safety Eric Berry, 26, who is battling Hodgkin lymphoma. “We spent two hours together over his parents’ house, hung out with the whole family — mom, dad, brothers,” Dorsey said. “He was laughing, he was in good spirits.” File photo by David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Chiefs’ Clark Hunt, John Dorsey visit Eric Berry, say he’s in good spirits amid cancer battle

January 21, 2015 06:40 PM

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