The NFL salutes military service every year around Veterans Day and Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs recognized families whose loved ones lost their lives serving by wearing warm-ups with the names of service men and women. Corporal David Unger’s name was worn by wide receiver Chris Conley; coincidentally CPL Unger passed away on the 17th and Chris’s number is 17, making the surprise to his son, Gage even more significant.
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