The conversation shifted towards ongoing conversations of how the Chiefs plan to address a potential demonstration to raise awareness of social injustice and police brutality.
“I’m going to continue that fight and I’m not worried about people and how they’re going to do negative stuff back to me,” said Mahomes. “I’m worried about doing what’s right for humanity and making sure that all people feel equal.”
“This is a time to be sensitive, it’s a time to listen, it’s a time to understand and I recognize that around the league there may be some kneeling that goes on with the national anthem, and I just think the country is in a really different place at this point,”said Chiefs Owner Clark Hunt.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs raised the 2019 World Championship Flag during practice on Saturday, August 29. As the crowd cheered and took pictures while CEO Clark Hunt and Lamar Hunt Jr. raised the flag, Chiefs players watched on and prepared for their season opener against Houston.