Kansas City Chiefs stars Patrick Mahomes and Tyrann Mathieu are starting a voter registration program.
The country appears ready for real change. Patrick Mahomes and Tyrann Mathieu are trying to be leaders in their own way.
Mahomes and Mathieu, two stars of the Kansas City Chiefs, were involved in the NFL player’s powerful 70-second video last week, demanding the league help foster change while acknowledging black lives mattering.
Patrick Mahomes and Tyrann Mathieu are starting voter registration program
On Wednesday, head coach Andy Reid held a press conference with local reporters and spoke about his full support towards both players. He also said the duo is working on a voting registration program. Both Mahomes and Mathieu have the backing of team owner Clark Hunt as well, who according to Reid, personally called both men to compliment them after seeing their involvement in the aforementioned video.
The details of the program Mahomes and Mathieu are working on is unclear. However, it’s evident the Super Bowl MVP and All-Pro safety aren’t stopping with their work towards social justice and progress in the short term. It’s also clear the Chiefs are putting their support being them.
While the details are important, step back to think about the work being done by Mahomes and Mathieu. Both are millionaires with Mahomes about to generationally wealthy if he isn’t already from endorsements. Neither guy needs to be at the forefront. Yet both are, working diligently alongside so many other NFL stars to work for a better tomorrow.
Good on both Mahomes and Mathieu for using their platforms to improve society.