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Pro Bowl Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry is fearless on the field. His elite coverage skills and football IQ have propelled him to be one of the top defensive backs in the NFL today. So what could possibly scare a man of this caliber?
You may be wondering why this is relevant considering he plays for a team called the ‘Chiefs’. Well, the team’s mascot is a pinto horse named War Paint that rides around the stadium whenever the Chiefs score a touchdown.
Trust us on this, you need to watch the whole video – it will guaranteed put a huge smile on your face. I wonder how much more stressed Berry would’ve been had he been drafted by the Broncos.
Since the NFL doesn’t allow embedding on blogs, you can see it here:
Horsin’ Around with Eric Berry
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