Super Bowl LVIII hero Mecole Hardman talks about the Chiefs’ success while working with Raising Cane’s

The Kansas City Chiefs secured their third Super Bowl title in five years with Sunday’s victory over the San Francisco 49ers. It was their third title for some players while being with the team throughout the incredible five-year span.

Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman is one of the players who has contributed to those three titles and also caught the game-winning touchdown on Sunday. Hardman was back in Kansas City on Tuesday back at work but in a different way as he filled in working for Raising Cane’s, known for its crave-able Chicken Finger meals.

Chiefs Wire’s Ed Easton Jr. sat down with Hardman moments before his shift at the restaurant to get his thoughts on the Super Bowl victory and his life after the big touchdown catch.

“Yeah, I’m working the drive-thru, I believe, but I’m trying to see how it goes,” said Hardman as he entered Raising Cane’s. “I haven’t got the full details about what to do, but hopefully, I’ll be kind of good at it.”

Hardman’s heroics in the Super Bowl have pushed him further into the limelight, as he described the 48 hours since the game.

“No sleep, it’s been wild,” said Hardman with a smile. “Doing all the media, I was in Las Vegas, and then go pack your hotel room up there, flying to LA to do Jimmy Kimmel Live and coming back late last night to be here at Raising Cane’s.”

“It’s amazing a lot of guys play in this league and don’t ever get a chance to go to the Super Bowl. Let alone win it three times,” Hardman explained. “So you have to be grateful every time you get a chance to play in a Super Bowl and take advantage of that opportunity. So, I’m grateful to be with this organization for them to get me three rings, so it’s been amazing.”

Hardman’s versatility was one of the many intangibles that made him such an essential acquisition for the Chiefs at the trade deadline. He showed some of that by working briefly at the Raising Cane’s restaurant, but it’s safe to say he’s far from done with his day job on the football field.

Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire