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Arrowhead Pride 7 hours ago
We need to recognize Sean Smith's hat

We need to recognize Sean Smith's hat

The biggest difference between me and Sean Smith? Besides the whole 6'3, 218 pound and all-world athleticism thing? First, I'd be more of a safety in the league. Second, Sean Smith can pull off a hat like this and I can not. That Sean Smith hat was something today pic.twitter.com/b2OKZpSwVb — Alex Gold (@AlexGold) July 31, 2015 A closer look. Yes, that says SMITH on it in gold. #Chiefs @SeanSMITH24 wears baseball cap with mirrored lettering on veteran check-in day at training camp. #kcstar pic.twitter.com/Eh7mi89bcS — David Eulitt (@davidphotokc) July 31, 2015 If you have been...
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Chiefs' Sean Smith on suspension: 'You do the crime, you do the time'

Credit Kansas City Chiefs CB Sean Smith for taking responsibility for the actions that led to his suspension.. Asked on Thursday if thre three-game suspension in response to his 2014 DUI is fair, Smith said, "Yeah, I guess. You do the crime, you do the time." Driving...

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Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 30, 2015

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Denver Post Jul 29, 2015

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Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 29, 2015

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry returned to the Kansas City Chiefs’ practice field Wednesday, just eight months after a cancer diagnosis threatened to derail his career. Berry walked down the long hill from the locker room to the practice fields at Missouri Western State University, wearing his familiar No. 29 and with his helmet in hand. He stretched with rookies and select veterans, then joined them when the workout began. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 28, 2015

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Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 28, 2015

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Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 27, 2015

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Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 25, 2015

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Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 24, 2015

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Times-Picayune Jul 24, 2015
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Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 22, 2015

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Topeka Capital-Journal Jul 15, 2015

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