The Chiefs received $125,000 from the Missouri National Guard in 2011 for a one-time advertising deal, but tributes to the military, such as displays including this flag presentation with soldiers from Fort Riley during a 2009 halftime show, are unpaid, according to the team.
The Chiefs received $125,000 from the Missouri National Guard in 2011 for a one-time advertising deal, but tributes to the military, such as displays including this flag presentation with soldiers from Fort Riley during a 2009 halftime show, are unpaid, according to the team. JOHN SLEEZER THE KANSAS CITY STAR
The Chiefs received $125,000 from the Missouri National Guard in 2011 for a one-time advertising deal, but tributes to the military, such as displays including this flag presentation with soldiers from Fort Riley during a 2009 halftime show, are unpaid, according to the team. JOHN SLEEZER THE KANSAS CITY STAR
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