Carol Berry (right) was emotional when her son, Chiefs safety Eric Berry, had a press conference when he returned to the team at training camp this year after being treated for Hodgkin lymphoma.
Carol Berry (right) was emotional when her son, Chiefs safety Eric Berry, had a press conference when he returned to the team at training camp this year after being treated for Hodgkin lymphoma. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
Carol Berry (right) was emotional when her son, Chiefs safety Eric Berry, had a press conference when he returned to the team at training camp this year after being treated for Hodgkin lymphoma. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com

A year later, Eric Berry’s mother rejoices in his recovery

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