Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Backs Eric Berry, Husain Abdullah and Jamell Flemming take part in "Look Good Feel Better" clinic for BCA month.
PLAY IT FORWARD is a rousing portrait of All-American NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez and his older brother Chris. Over the course of a year – as he approached the end of career – future Hall-of-Famer Tony puts his heart on the line to achieve the one dream that has always eluded him: Super Bowl glory. At the same time, Chris, whose own football aspirations were thwarted by an injury, works to realize his very different ambition of becoming a professional firefighter. Equally full of heart and tension, PLAY IT FORWARD is an uplifting look at these two brothers, driven both on and off the field. The film, which was screened as the Opening Gala film of the 2015 Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival earlier this year, is written and directed by Oscar® winner Andrea Nevins. The documentary was executive produced by Pro Football Hall of Famer, host and analyst Michael Strahan and Constance Schwartz, and produced by Cristan Reilly, for SMAC Entertainment and Rare Bird Films.
Chiefs K Cairo Santos had to overcome many obstacles when he moved to the United States at 15 years old. Santos' drive to overcome his hardships would help him after the death of his father and early struggles in the NFL.
The Chiefs entered week 7 of 2014 at 2-3 and in need of a must win to stay in the race for the AFC West. With seconds to go, Cairo Santos lined up for the biggest kick in his career.
K Cairo Santos was 2-4 from field goal range two weeks into the season. Santos' early struggles led to the Chiefs calling on one particular kicker.
K Cairo Santos was viewed as nothing more than healthy competition to K Ryan Succop when he entered training camp, but he showed the coaching staff that he could make his kicks and earned a spot on the 2014 Chiefs 53-man roster.
K Cairo Santos went 21-21 from field goal range his junior year at Tulane and earned the Groza Award for best kicker in the nation, but tragedy struck early in his senior season when he learned about the death of his father. Having overcome a new culture and language when he moved to the US at the age of 15, Santos had to fight yet again to overcome the tragic death of his father.
Voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus, Former Chiefs WR Danan Hughes, and Chiefs Reporters BJ Kissel and Pete Sweeney recap the Chiefs disappointing week 5 loss to the Chicago Bears.