Damien Williams Super Bowl LIV
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The Kansas City Chiefs were busy Wednesday celebrating their Super Bowl LIV win over the San Francisco 49ers with what seemed to be an epic parade. Meanwhile, the 49ers were closing up shop at their facility in Santa Clara after melting down towards the end of said game.

This did not stop San Francisco running back Raheem Mostert from doing something really cool for Chiefs running back Damien Williams. The two exchanged jerseys after Sunday’s Super Bowl in Miami. Instead of holding on to Williams’ jersey, Mostert has decided to give it back to the running back.

That’s certainly not something you see every day. And it’s one cool gesture from Mostert.

Both were undrafted free agents coming out of college and spent time together with the Miami Dolphins back in 2015. Each one excelled big time during the playoffs.

Mostert put up a record-setting performance in San Francisco’s NFC Championship Game win over the Green Bay Packers. Meanwhile, Williams was a major stud in the Chiefs’ Super Bowl LIV victory.

Respect!

Vincent Frank
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