Found June 06, 2013 on Fox Sports Kansas City:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. So he runs. He runs for Joe, wherever the hell he is. Probably under that same tree, in Washington Park, casting aspersions at the skies above. Or inside the gazebo, if it looks like rain. "Every time I get to Cincinnati, I've got to make sure I stop by the park and see if I can catch Joe there," Mardy Gilyard chuckles. "He might be out running his 'errands,' or so he calls it." And the new Kansas City Chiefs receiver shakes his head and laughs. He usually does when he thinks about Joe and his ahem errands. "Joe actually went to UC." Gilyard continues, referring to their shared alma mater, the University of Cincinnati. "And he is, I want to say, a biomechanical engineer. He was a rebel to society. He didnt want to abide by (any) rules. He lives on his own terms. And that was one of the most remarkable conversations, and one of the most remarkable people, I have ever run across." Gilyard doesn't judge. ...
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