Following a December 2014 diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma, Chiefs safety Eric Berry fast-tracked his chemotherapy treatments to beat the illness, return in time for the start of training camp and led the Chiefs to an 11-5 record and their first playoff win in 22 years. On Saturday, he was named the NFL’s comeback player of the year.
Following a December 2014 diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma, Chiefs safety Eric Berry fast-tracked his chemotherapy treatments to beat the illness, return in time for the start of training camp and led the Chiefs to an 11-5 record and their first playoff win in 22 years. On Saturday, he was named the NFL’s comeback player of the year. Alison Yin Invision/The Associated Press
Following a December 2014 diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma, Chiefs safety Eric Berry fast-tracked his chemotherapy treatments to beat the illness, return in time for the start of training camp and led the Chiefs to an 11-5 record and their first playoff win in 22 years. On Saturday, he was named the NFL’s comeback player of the year. Alison Yin Invision/The Associated Press