Reigning NFL champions Kansas City Chiefs are gearing up to defend their crown this season. Chiefs, who beat the 49ers in Super Bowl LIV last season, will be hoping that star quarterback Patrick Mahomes can repeat last year’s heroics.
On the occasion of independence day, Kansas City Chiefs compiled a video of top touchdowns from last season. Take a look at Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, and Sammy Watkins pull off some crazy plays on the field.
Kansas City Chiefs release Touchdown highlight reel on Independence Day
In case anybody runs out of fireworks today… pic.twitter.com/9JxZxyytBu
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) July 4, 2020
Former Chiefs offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz spoke about Patrick Mahomes’ importance in the Chiefs offensive line. Schwartz said “Any list of a positive quarterback traits that doesn’t include Patrick Mahomes is not accurate. He gives everything. I mean, catchable balls? He’s on the back of his foot, throwing the ball to Tyreek Hill — obviously the throw here to Sammy Watkins. There was a throw against Baltimore this year where he’s backing up and hits a guy.”
Schwartz revealed that Mahomes needs to be in top 10 NFL list along with the likes of Tom Brady and Russ Wilson. “Just from now until he retires. any list that there is — just like you put Wilson and Brady on every list you have — Mahomes is on every single one of them as well. I mean, this guy is unbelievable to watch him play. He can just fling it, man.
“Even last year — when his feet were messed up, his ankle was messed up and his knee — he still found a way to make it work. Obviously, in the playoffs, he was healthy and we see all the throws he made here. It’s incredible,” Schwartz added.
Chiefs’ star Frank Clark pays for the funeral of four-year-old LeGend Taliferro
RIP young LeGend Taliferro. Crazy In the midst of a movement we still manage to do foolish things. He was killed as he slept in his home due to gun violence. His mother, Charron Powell needs us. Let his name be heard. ♥️🙏🏿 pic.twitter.com/x7nuk4cD8D
— Frank Clark (@TheRealFrankC_) July 3, 2020
Defensive end Frank Clark offered to pay for the funeral of four-year-old LeGend Taliferro. LeGend was shot and killed earlier this week on Monday at Citadel Apartments in Kansas City. LeGend was sleeping when shots were fired onto his apartment which ultimately killed him. His funeral will be held on July 10, 2020. At the first Kansas City Chiefs game of the season against Houston Texans, Clark said he will play in LeGend’s name.