The baller seems to be getting his confidence back after a tough start to this season.
However, Kansas City Chiefs fans notoriously disregard most progressive causes so this might be yet another overreach . . . Here's the word . . .
“Obviously, it’s terrible that he was in jail for that long being an innocent man," Mahomes said.
Mahomes also said that he hopes Strickland's case sets a new precedent moving forward.
"I’m glad that he’s out now and hopefully his release can be a thing that doesn’t let people get in that same situation that he was in and lose a big part of their life,” he said.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes spoke on Kevin Strickland's release from prison Wednesday afternoon. Strickland spent spending 43 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted by a jury for 1978 triple murder. "Obviously, it's terrible that he was in jail for that long being an innocent man," Mahomes said.