Chiefs, 49ers remember Kobe Bryant at Super Bowl LIV Opening Night

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Chiefs, 49ers remember Kobe Bryant at Super Bowl LIV Opening Night
Chiefs, 49ers remember Kobe Bryant at Super Bowl LIV Opening Night

Preparing for the Super Bowl, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes says he was influenced by the late Kobe Bryant's work ethic. (Jan. 27) MIAMI -- Super Bowl Opening Night started with a moment of silence to honor Kobe Bryant. Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday morning in Calabasas, California. The biggest media night leading up to Super Bowl LIV had a somber mood that permeated throughout Marlins Park, the site of the opening night festivities. “There are not enough words in my vocabulary and my vernacular to describe what Kobe means to me. He's been a tremendous mentor and a tremendous person,” San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard

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