Kansas City Chiefs Coach Reid Comments On Deadly Mass Shooting

Better than most . . . Kansas City Coach Reid navigated this culture war minefield effectively and seems just about as helpless and unable to find viable solutions as anybody else . . . Here's the crux of his statement for those who haven't seen it yet:

“It’s the youth,” the Kansas City Chiefs coach told USA TODAY Sports before shuttling to another session at the Indiana Convention Center. “We’ve got to do whatever we can to help our youth.”

Like so many, Reid was jolted by the senseless tragedy that occurred at the end of the Chiefs' Super Bowl celebration at Kansas City’s Union Station nearly two weeks ago, when Lisa Lopez-Galvan, 43, a wife and mother of two, was killed by gunfire and 22 others were injured in the shooting.

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