Prior to the start of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bill Thorpe 87 year-old, who is one of the two remaining sons of famed Olympian Jim Thorpe participated in a drum ceremony as did Chief Moses Starr Jr. during American Indian Heritage Month. The Chiefs won the game 23-13, Sunday October 25, 2015 at Arrowhead Stadium.
Prior to the start of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bill Thorpe 87 year-old, who is one of the two remaining sons of famed Olympian Jim Thorpe participated in a drum ceremony as did Chief Moses Starr Jr. during American Indian Heritage Month. The Chiefs won the game 23-13, Sunday October 25, 2015 at Arrowhead Stadium. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Prior to the start of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bill Thorpe 87 year-old, who is one of the two remaining sons of famed Olympian Jim Thorpe participated in a drum ceremony as did Chief Moses Starr Jr. during American Indian Heritage Month. The Chiefs won the game 23-13, Sunday October 25, 2015 at Arrowhead Stadium. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com