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.
Fallen soldier’s son receives thank you gift from NFL player
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