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Chiefs players Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes respond to the tragedy, calling it “heartbroken.”
The quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes, is “praying for Kansas City” following the team’s tragic Super Bowl parade celebration on Wednesday, which saw numerous shootings and at least one fatality.

Chief of the Kansas City Police Department Stacey Graves verified that three suspects are being held and that the incident may have injured up to 22 persons. Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas stated that every member of the Chiefs team, including coaches and personnel, is safe.

“This is absolutely a tragedy that we would have never expected in Kansas City,” Lucas said.

After winning MVP in Sunday’s Super Bowl 58, Mahomes tweeted a few images of hands in prayer. He is among the numerous NFL players who have expressed their sympathies on social media in the wake of the deadly tragedy.

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The wife of Patrick Mahomes, Brittany Mahomes, who attended the Super Bowl parade, called the shooting “horrible and traumatizing” in a lengthy statement that she shared on Insta Story.

“Taking someone’s life is never the solution. This is terrible, I’m praying for Kansas City and America as a whole,” she wrote. Extremely disappointed and embarrassed by this. It’s sad that Super Bowl victories will never be the same as a result. fatalities and injuries during an event that was meant to be a celebration. awful and extremely traumatic. Many prayers are being offered for the affected families.”

The league’s players and teams are responding to the parade shooting as follows:

The Chiefs of Kansas City
“The terrible act of violence that took place outside Union Station following today’s parade and rally deeply saddens us. All of Kansas City, as well as the victims’ families, are in our thoughts and prayers.

“We keep in close contact with both the Kansas City Police Department and the Mayor’s office.” We can now certify that every member of our staff, including coaches, players, and their families, is safe and present. We appreciate the help provided by the first responders and local law police who were on the site.”

TE Travis Kelce of the Chiefs
“I am deeply saddened by the tragedy that occurred today. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone who joined us in celebrating and was impacted. You are so important to me, KC.”

Chiefs OL Austin Reiter

“We are still struggling to make sense of the tragedy that happened today. Our hearts are with the victims and all those traumatized by this experience. Thank you to the police, first responders, and all those who worked together to get people out of harms way.”

Reiter was one of the Chiefs players who helped console kids at Wednesday’s mass shooting.

Chiefs LB Drue Tranquill

“Please join me in prayer for all the victims in this heinous act. Pray that doctors & first responders would have steady hands & that all would experience full healing.”

Chiefs S Justin Reid

“Praying for everyone in Kansas City at the parade.”

Chiefs RG Trey Smith

“My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by today’s incidents – a huge thank you to the first responders who ran towards the sound of danger. You’re the ones who should be celebrated today.”

Chiefs DE Charles Omenihu

“Prayers for those affected at today’s parade. A time of celebration ends in tragedy. When are we going to fix these gun laws ? How many more people have to die to say enough is enough ? It’s too easy for the wrong people to obtain guns in America and that’s a FACT.”

Chiefs’ WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

Valdes-Scantling offered support to children that were injured in the shooting. Lisa Augustine, spokesperson for Children’s Mercy Kansas City, said the hospital was treating 12 patients from the rally, including 11 children, some of whom suffered gunshot wounds.

“Any chance anyone can help me get in touch with these kids or families? First off I want to make sure they’re doing ok. But would love to help them out any way I can and get them some stuff from the team to help with the recovery.”

Chiefs CB Trent McDuffie

“Get the hate out y’all hearts!! Praying for the Kingdom.”

Chiefs OL Donovan Smith

“Praying for everyone today in Kansas City.”

Saints S Tyrann Mathieu

Mathieu played on the Chiefs from 2019-2021 and was part of Super Bowl-winning team in 2020.

“Praying for all those involved in KC at this moment! It is senseless and disgusting! Sending the most of Love to all the kids that were impacted today.”

Jets CB Sauce Gardner

“Prayers up for Kansas City and the rest of the world because so many things can be avoided everyday.”

Browns S Juan Thornhill

“Prayers for everyone in Kansas City. why turn something so positive into this.”


“We are deeply saddened by the senseless shooting that occurred today near the end of the rally in Kansas City for the Chiefs. Our thoughts are with the victims and everyone affected. We are grateful for the quick and thorough response of law enforcement and emergency personnel.”

The league added that all NFL Network and NFL Films personnel working on site at the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 58 celebration are safe.

Baltimore Ravens

“Our hearts are with Chiefs Kingdom following the tragic events and shocking violence that occurred during today’s parade in Kansas City. On a day meant for uniting people in joy and celebrating love, we send our full support to every citizen of the region and each member of the Chiefs organization who has been affected by this senseless tragedy.”

Las Vegas Raiders

“The Las Vegas Raiders’ thoughts are with the Kansas City Chiefs and their fans following the senseless violence at today’s parade. We extend our deepest condolences to all those affected by this tragedy.”

New England Patriots

“On a day that is meant to bring a city and a community together in triumph and celebration, we are deeply saddened and our hearts break for the victims, their families and the entirety of Chiefs Kingdom following the horrific tragedy and senseless violence that occurred at today’s victory parade. We will continue to hold the Chiefs, Kansas City and the entire region in our hearts during this time.”

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