The Kansas City Chiefs will be represented before the Super Bowl by Brian Waters when he accept the NFL’s Man of the Year Award and after when Len Dawson helps present the Lombardi Trophy. Today the Chiefs were represented by DaJuan Morgan at the Pre-Super Bowl Youth Fundamentals Skills Camp in Riviera Beach.
Parks and Recreation Director John L. Williams said, “This allows them to be able to see them up close and personal. They can ask questions and get some skills they wouldn’t normally get from high school or recreation coaches.”
“There’s so much negativity but just letting them see us and let them know we use to play here in these same parks and do the same things they did and we made it out and they can make it out to,” said Kansas City Chiefs’ safety, Dajuan Morgan.
The camp catered to kids between the ages of 7 and 18. It was held at the Dan Calloway Recreation Complex and organized by the city, area business owners and the South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee.
Throughout the year virtually every player top to bottom on the roster will help out both in the community they grew up in and greater Kansas City. Outside of a good final preseason game and some scattered bright spots throughout the season, Morgan had a lost year for the Chiefs yet still made an effort to help kids living in his home town.