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Kansas City Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt gave praise to the Lord Sunday night after the franchise founded by his father secured its first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years.
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Following the Chiefs 35-24 victory against the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Conference Championship Sunday in Arrowhead Stadium, the 54-year-old Hunt was handed the trophy that bears his father’s name — the Lamar Hunt Trophy awarded annually to the AFC Champions.
During the presentation of the Lamar Hunt Trophy on CBS, Hunt was asked what the moment was like for him and the Chiefs organization to finally bring the Lamar Hunt Trophy back to Kansas City.
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“I’m almost speechless,” Hunt said. “First off, I want to congratulate [Coach] Andy [Reid], [Quarterback] Patrick [Mohomes] and all his teammates on an incredible performance today.”
He continued by thanking the Lord for “blessing us with this opportunity.”
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“The glory belongs to Him and this trophy belongs to the best fans in the National Football League,” Hunt said, followed by cheers from the crowd.
Hunt, who has acted as chairman of the team since 2005 and is co-owner along with his siblings, has been vocal about his encouragement of players developing spiritually as well as on the gridiron.
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In early October, Hunt spoke at Andrew Palau’s CityFest East Texas Men’s Luncheon in Tyler, Texas, the hometown of Chiefs quarterback, Mahomes.
According to The Tyler Morning Telegraph, Hunt said he found Christ at age 10, while at a Christian...
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