Social Recap: Chiefs Celebrate Family, Fans and, well, the Chiefs

A roundup of the past few days in Chiefs social media

Thought Chris Conley was the only athlete in his family? His sister has been nominated for NCAA Division II Woman of the Year.

We're not crying, you're crying. Eric Berry's dad, James Berry, won a cooking competition—and he's not lying when he says every dish is made with love.  

The Mighty Mouse, who played for the Chiefs for two seasons in the late 90s, had us in all the feels while remembering the legacy of our founder, Lamar Hunt, on his birthday.

It's just training camp !! pic.twitter.com/SYmsJ5tZun — Allen Bailey (@AllenBailey57) August 1, 2017

Allen Bailey and Rakeem Nunez-Roches making sure they don't forget to get those laughing reps in during camp.

We picked up a new guy, well maybe not new for everyone. Roy Miller III and Derrick Johnson both went to the University of Texas AND helped each other through the rehab process for their Achilles injuries.

Alright, alright, alright. Chris Jones was graded the top AFC West interior defender by Pro Football Focus.

Watch out, fans aren't the only ones trying to get autographs at training camp.

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