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Chiefs Eric Berry's good deed doesn't go unnoticed

Chiefs general manager John Dorsey, left, and head coach Andy Reid flank Berry in March at Arrowhead Stadium.
Chiefs general manager John Dorsey, left, and head coach Andy Reid flank Berry in March at Arrowhead Stadium. David Eulitt

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry is getting social media love for what he’s doing in the off-season.

Rebecca Scott Mills posted on Facebook on Wednesday about spotting Berry while having dinner at a restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee, with her husband, Todd, a football fan.

As they were leaving, they saw him with carryout food. “What happened next brought tears to my eyes,” Mills wrote.

“He delivered the food to 3 homeless people on the streets” and then prayed with them, she continued.

Chiefs fans were quick to applaud his actions.

Berry, 28, signed a six-year extension with the Chiefs in February.

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry, flanked by his parents, spoke about his new six-year contract with the Chiefs on Tuesday and the reason he signed with the team that drafted him out of college in the first round.

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